3,000 bonus Club Carlson points if you book with their app

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Club Carlson, the Radisson / Park Inn / Park Plaza group, has launched a generous promotion to encourage you to book with their mobile app.

Until November 15th, you will earn 3,000 bonus Club Carlson points for every stay booked via their app.

You can earn the bonus an unlimited number of times.

Carlson book with app promo

I tend to value Club Carlson points at 0.4p – 0.5p each, based on redeeming 50,000 points for a £200 – £250 five-star hotel.  This means that the bonus points are worth £12 – £15 per stay which is an excellent return, especially on cheap Park Inn stays.

Note that November 16th, just one day after the last day to book to earn the bonus points, is the last day to stay.

Full details can be found on the Club Carlson website here.

(Want to earn more hotel points?  To see our complete list of promotions from the major chains, click here to visit our ‘Hotel Promos’ page or use the link in the menu bar at the top of the page.)

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  1. Very good point, but unless your booking was very pricey this is probably a better deal

  2. OT but i wondered whether you had seen the bonus avios available on rocketmiles bookings at the moment – they emailed me about this last night so just thought i’d share: https://www.avios.com/gb/en_gb/collect/rocketmiles

  3. The app only gives me a limited choice of rooms and rates, whereas on their website I see more options. Could this be a deliberate ploy?

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