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Accor Super Sale now on – up to 40% off hotels and free breakfast

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Accor has launched its latest Accor Super Sale, featuring discounts at 2,700 Novotel, Sofitel, Ibis, Mercure, M Gallery etc hotels worldwide

Currently the sale rates are only available to Le Club AccorHotels members.

From next week non members can also take advantage of cheaper room rates and free breakfast. However I’d recommend non members to just sign up for Le Club anyway …. you can read more about Le Club AccorHotels here.

Sofitel Heathrow Accor

Until 1st June you can save up to 30% on most Accor brands and will get free breakfast.

LeClub AccorHotels members can get up to 10% additionally off the sale rate.

The offer is valid for stays between 6th July 2018 and 2nd September 2018.  The ultra low-budget (below ibis Budget in the Accor quality order) Formule 1 properties are excluded.

The Super Sale booking page is here.

Accor Live Limitless update – December 2023:

Earn bonus Accor points: Accor is not currently running a global promotion

New to Accor Live Limitless?  Read our review of Accor Live Limitless here and our article on points expiry rules here. Our analysis of what Accor Live Limitless points are worth is here.

Want to earn more hotel points?  Click here to see our complete list of promotions from Accor and the other major hotel chains or use the ‘Hotel Offers’ link in the menu bar at the top of the page.

Comments (77)

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  • rams1981 says:

    Be a shame when the credit card loop hole is closed. Cash in whilst you can. Not sure I’ll jse the prepaid cards after that!

  • Zoe says:

    OT following up from my comment yesterday, managed to retrieve my husband’s bag. Then had a fantastic day in Oslo, went up to see the view from the ski jump, took a ferry to a beautiful island then back for a meal overlooking the water. Passed on wine as cheapest bottle was £50! Will definitely come back to Oslo. Now waiting to board the flight to Doha.

    • Lyn says:

      Very to hear you managed to get the bag and were able to enjoy your day in Oslo! It is a lovely city. Bon Voyage to Australia.

    • Peter K says:

      Glad it all got sorted. Bet he checks and double checks the bag he retrieves from the carousel next time! 😀

    • Ian says:

      Did they manage to track down the poor chap whose bag he took??

  • Roger1* says:

    For some reason my Revolut top-up of £10 became £10.13 when charged to Curve (but still £10 credit in the Revolut a/c).

    Not sure if this is the same syndrome or something else, but for 13p it’s hardly WWIII so I’m letting things lie.

    • Nick M says:

      They may still apply charges to topping up with a corporate card?

    • Zana says:

      Revolut treats Curve as a commercial card and therefore levies a charge for top ups. Top ups for personal visa & MC are free.

    • Tracy says:

      I did this with both mine and my husbands curve cards. Both new style debit curve cards. Mine cost £10, his cost £10.13………..

  • Nick M says:

    It looks like Hilton Barclaycard are also amending their T&C – from end of July if my memory is correct

    • Harrier25 says:

      Barclaycard’s change to their T&C’s is regarding the purchasing of Crypto currencies.

    • Tobeman says:

      Did we get sent revised T&Cs? I don’t recall seeing one but might have disregarded it. Anyone got a link to them to view online?

      • Harrier25 says:

        Barclaycard sent out an email a few weeks back but unless you buy bitcoin etc with your Hilton Honors Barclaycard then it’s business as usual!

  • Michael C says:

    Accor not working for me on either browser …sure this isn’t the first time, either.

    • Tony says:

      Using an incognito mode will get you in quicker (ctrl + shift + N)

  • TripRep says:

    Do we have a list of Cards that are not charging a top up for Revolut?

    ps Rob – nice 35k Avios competition for Tuesday, looking forward to it.

  • Din says:

    RE: Curve card. When do they charge the 2% cash advance fee if you take out more than £200 from ATM (This is based on a credit card but in the UK) also when does it charge. I can’t see it anywhere on my cc or curve app

    • Rob says:

      They don’t actually seem to impose the charge ….

      • Din says:

        After requesting a higher limit, thought about testing it out at the ATM and it worked but dont really want to be charged a fee, complimentary airmiles are fine though

        • MarkH says:

          When is the 2% meant to be charged?

          I requested my limits be raised after a few weeks and now have ATM limits of £1000 daily & £20k monthly. I’ve been regularly taking out about £300 each week for the last 4/5 weeks and not been charged any additional fees…

          • Rob says:

            I don’t think anyone has ever been charged it, but the rules are the rules and you can’t argue if they do.

            What Curve IS doing (and always has done) is closing people down if cash withdrawals are too high a % of their overall spending. I would be more concerned about that.

        • Genghis says:

          Cash withdrawals should be <20% of purchases. I got shut down for a while…

        • MarkH says:

          I’ve been careful to make sure the % cash withdrawals is kept low so all good from that perspective at least

  • Oliver says:

    When I try to add curve to revolut app it says this type of card is not supported ?

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