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Earn 30,000 Bonus Points After a 4-Night Ritz-Carlton Stay

Earn 30,000 Bonus Points After a 4-Night Ritz-Carlton Stay

Ritz-Carlton is a notable laggard in the promotion space, perhaps operating on the assumption that its brand needs no extra incentive, or that that promotions are inherently undignified.

That doesn’t mean you can’t get more for your travel dollar when staying at Ritz-Carltons, however. While they rarely offer bonuses through their own program, Ritz-Carlton Rewards, they regularly participate in bonus-points and free-night promotions, as a partner in Marriott’s Rewards program.

The last promotion targeting members of the company’s own Ritz-Carlton Rewards program was last summer. It was worth waiting for: 30,000 bonus points after a four-night stay.

Apparently having decided to leave well enough alone, Ritz-Carlton is reprising that offer for stays this summer and into the fall.

Offers Details

Ritz-Carlton Rewards members who complete a stay of four or more nights at a participating Ritz-Carlton between July 15 and October 15 will earn 30,000 bonus points.

Non-participating hotels: Ritz-Carlton Millennia, Singapore; Ritz-Carlton Montreal; Ritz-Carlton Phulay Bay.

To participate, you must have been a member of the Ritz-Carlton Rewards program as of June 14, 2012. Or, if you’re a new member, you may not have been a member of the Marriott Rewards program.

Registration is required, by September 15.

Deal or No Deal

What can you do with 30,000 points in Ritz-Carlton’s program? That’s enough for a free night at a Tier 1 Ritz-Carlton hotel (nine in the U.S., 11 outside the U.S.), or for one or more free nights at Marriott hotels, depending on the category of hotel.

To put the bonus in perspective, if you earned the bonus points by staying at a Tier 1 Ritz and redeemed them for a free night at a Tier 1 Ritz, in effect you’d be getting five nights for the price of four, a 20 percent discount.

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