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Get a Free Radisson Night After One Stay

Club Carlson, the loyalty program for Regent, Radisson, Radisson Blu, Radisson Edwardian, Park Plaza, Country Inns & Suites, and Park Inn hotels, has launched some especially noteworthy promotions lately, most recently a 50,000-point bonus for Radisson stays that ended in July.

This new Radisson-focused offer maintains that momentum.

Offer Details

Between October 1 and December 31, Club Carlson members will earn a free night after one paid stay at any Radisson Blu or Radisson hotel in the U.S., Canada, or the Caribbean.

Registration is required, and the qualifying stay must be booked at www.radisson.com or www.clubcarlson.com by October 31.

The free night may be used any time before December 31, 2013, at any Radisson or Radisson Blu hotel in the U.S., Canada, or the Caribbean.

The catch: The offer is limited to the first 50,000 people who register and book an eligible stay.

This offer may be combined with another Club Carlson promotion that awards bonus points for stays at Radisson and other Club Carlson brands.

Deal or No Deal

If the free night is earned for a one-night stay, this is truly a buy-one-get-one-free offer.

And aside from the 50,000-participant limit, the promotion is refreshingly free of onerous terms and conditions.

The worst feature of this offer is that it may only be earned once per member. If you foresee making a Radisson stay (or a stay that could be at a Radisson) before the end of the year, by all means register and book now, while you still can.

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  • Nick Knight

    To Notes, If you stay at a Radisson BLu you get 500 Ba Avios, per night bonus until 30 Nov.

    Radisson’s in the USA are not even nearly as nice as those outside North America.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/2K2ASDHMPUB7G6KLIYVGJW4III Mitch

    Regarding the Club Carlson free night after one paid night offer, there are a few catches for corporate business travelers. Your newletter says tht “aside from the 50,000-participant limit, the promotion is refreshingly free of onerous terms and conditions”. Well, you must book through Radisson’s website, which violates many company’s travel policies and also book using the promo rate (typically higher than a corporate or AAA rate). Didn’t really see this fine print until I had already made a stay. I am planning to stay with more business-oriented program with Hilton and Marriott that provide better customer service and fewer restrictions and rules. New Club Carlson card is now in my trash bin.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/2K2ASDHMPUB7G6KLIYVGJW4III Mitch

    Regarding the Club Carlson free night after one paid night offer, there are a few catches for corporate business travelers. Your newletter says tht “aside from the 50,000-participant limit, the promotion is refreshingly free of onerous terms and conditions”. Well, you must book through Radisson’s website, which violates many company’s travel policies and also book using the promo rate (typically higher than a corporate or AAA rate). Didn’t really see this fine print until I had already made a stay. I am planning to stay with more business-oriented program with Hilton and Marriott that provide better customer service and fewer restrictions and rules. New Club Carlson card is now in my trash bin.

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