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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 – June 2022:

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

New to Accor Live Limitless?  Read our overview 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.

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Comments (77)

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  • Alistair says:

    More like “may” get free breakfast: “Breakfast may be included in some hotels”

    I’m seeing it included at some Novotel but not Mercure

    • Daisy says:

      I’m looking at the Pullman in Miami and no free breakfast there either.

  • Edward Noel says:

    Does anyone know how credit card transfers to Starling are treated? That’s if you can make them! Thanks.

    • Edward Noel says:

      Sorry, I mean credit card payments, really.

    • Rob says:

      I believe it is debit card only, because it is a ‘proper’ current account (in the same that you can’t pay into a HSBC current account with a credit card).

  • Neil says:

    Random question I appreciate And maybe it’s the sub but ….

    On the Amex refer a friend, can you refer yourself to another card, so long as it’s not the same family? …say amex plat to amex SPG???

  • Andrew says:

    It wouldn’t surprise me if card companies started applying such fees to curve either with the excuse that a curve transaction could be a cash withdrawal. If you think about it credit cards have absolutely no reason to play nice with curve but very good reasons to make their life as difficult as possible.

    • Memesweeper says:

      Amex already have pulled out on allowing Curve top ups. I guess others may follow. But for Visa/MC based card issuers they get the fees if you use Curve regardless, and loose a potential section 75 liability. Win win!

      • Guesswho2000 says:

        You don’t ‘topup’ with curve, it recharges transactions directly to the card. And Amex pulled out about two years ago, mostly due to teething problems and Amex having to deal with complaints due to double charging, etc. (From myself included) creating a customer service headache.

        I see little reason for others to treat Curve as cash, as Curve themselves have T&Cs against cash recycling and the majority of transactions are therefore purchases, but you never know. As you rightly state, it’s a win for the card co., as they get the normal transaction fees, and have no S75 liability.

  • Andrew says:

    If other car issuers start including “loan repayments” it’ll be a bit disappointing.

    It’s quite a handy little points or cash option on my Audi Finance. They allow users to log-in and make their monthly repayment instead of the DD being taken.

  • David says:

    For the Accors Super Sale, is it me or is the website’s calendar can only go up to 2nd September, which for Asia Pacific properties, it should go beyond that… up to June 2019? Anyone has any luck to book beyond September on this promotion?

  • Dave says:

    Just had every tesco transaction via curve since June 1 hit with a fee..

  • Mark says:

    Ditto Dave, “Just had every tesco transaction via curve since June 1 hit with a fee..” marked as Cash Advance Fee on my a/c even for restaurants etc..from recent holiday.

    Spoke to Tesco and they cant / wont do anything.

    Ended up using Go Back In Time feature on Curve to allocated to a different card.

    • Sharon says:

      Mark, we’re your cash fees then refunded Tesco bank?

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