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Get 500 bonus Accor Live Limitless hotel points, worth €10, on your January and February stays

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UPDATE – DECEMBER 2022:  This article is now out of date, but don’t worry.  We produce a monthly summary of the top hotel bonus point offers – please click HERE or use the ‘Hotel Offers’ menu above.

Accor Live Limitless is offering 500 bonus points on your next stay at a participating hotel in Europe. This would include the Fairmont, Raffles, Swissotel, Sofitel, Pullman, MGallery, Novotel, Novotel Suites, Mercure, Adagio, Ibis, Ibis Styles, Adagio Access, Mama Shelter, Mantis, Mövenpick and SLS brands. Ibis Budget is not included.

Accor points are worth 2 Eurocents towards a future stay, so this is effectively worth €10.  Our article on what we think Accor Live Limitless points are worth is here.

On low cost stays, this represents a good return on your spending. You can register here.

Accor Live Limitless offering 500 bonus points on your next stay

You can also transfer your points at 1:1 into Iberia Plus Avios, and from there you can use ‘Combine My Avios’ to move them to British Airways Executive Club.  Do NOT transfer your points directly into British Airways Executive Club as the rate is a weaker 2:1. You need to have 3,000 points in your Accor account to set up Iberia conversions, however.

How do you earn 500 bonus points?

As usual with Accor, it is a bit more complex than absolutely necessary.

Here are the rules for the offer:

  • You MUST register in advance of booking via this link here – existing bookings do not count
  • The offer is valid for stays in Albania, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Moldova, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Ukraine and the United Kingdom. France is not included.
  • There is NO minimum stay required
  • You must book by 31st January
  • You must stay between 27th December 2021 and 28th February 2022
  • You can earn the bonus multiple times during the offer period

The full terms and conditions can be found on this page of the Accor website.

Conclusion

Accor points have a fixed value of 2 Eurocents off a future stay, so the bonus is worth a guaranteed €10. The only way to do better than this is to redeem for an Accor Experiences package where you can get tickets to an event for an attractive points price.

For cheap one night stays, a €10 bonus on top of your base points is a good return. If you’re booking into The Savoy for a week, it is less attractive ….

Remember to click here to register.


Accor Live Limitless update – December 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.

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 (6)

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  • Ianmac says:

    I had to try and register 3 times before it actually worked … patience and determination in equal measure with Accor I.T.

  • Keith says:

    Have given up. Typical wowful Accor website nonsense. Will just stop somewhere else better.

  • TJomes says:

    Registered easily with one click. Worth noting that a stay wholly or partly paid with ALL points won’t qualify for the promotion.

  • Alex Sm says:

    Why does Accor have different conversion rates for Iberia and BA? Because of Brexit or just because all things Accor are always a bit head over heels?

    • Pete says:

      It’s just because. Nothing to do with Brexit. The conversion rates have been like that for as long as I can remember

    • Rob says:

      Dates back to before Iberia and BA merged.

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