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Until 21st October (this Friday), Radisson is offering discounts on winter city breaks, ski trips, and beach holidays in their Winter Sale.

The Winter Sale offers Radisson Rewards members a discount of up to 25%. This applies to stays between 1st November 2022 and 15th January 2023.

As well as the sale discount, Radisson Rewards members will get a bonus 1,500 points per night.

The sale covers hotels across Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and Africa. Non-members only get 10% off, so do ensure you have logged in as a Radisson Rewards member. You can find out more on the Radisson Hotels website here.

Earn bonus Radisson Rewards points too!

There are actually THREE Radisson promotions running at the moment which could stack with your sale booking.

As I mentioned above, you will earn 1,500 Radisson Rewards points when you book a participating hotel by 21st October and stay by 15th January 2023 with Radisson’s Winter Sale promotion.

If you download the Radisson Rewards app, you will get a bonus 3,000 points when you make your first app bookingYou can see more details of this offer here. A two night minimum stay is required.

In addition, if you book a newly opened Radisson hotel, you’ll get an additional 2,000 bonus points. A two night minimum stay is required and you can see the list of eligible hotels here. Included on the list at the moment are the new Radisson RED at the O2, Radisson RED London Gatwick Airport and the Radisson Collection Hotel, Bilbao.

Stack these three offers and you could get 8,000 bonus points for a two night stay plus the standard per night earn rate of the hotel you book.

Under the new reward structure unveiled this week, 1 Radisson Rewards point is worth around 0.2p off a future stay. There is no longer a reward chart – you can choose any cash rate and discount it, in part or in full, by using some or all of your points.

Why not take a spa break in Ireland?

Radisson has three highly-rated spa hotels in Ireland in some beautiful locations. If you fancy an escape to the Emerald Isle, the savings made with 25% off could be put to good use on spa treatments.

Here are some examples:

Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Sligo

With stunning views of Sligo Bay and surrounded by mountains, the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa in Sligo is a beautiful place to unwind. The 4* hotel has a luxurious spa, along with plenty of golf courses, walks and beaches nearby.

Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Limerick

Just 10kms from Shannon airport, Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Limerick has some great attractions on its doorstep including the beautifully wild Aran Islands and medieval King John’s Castle.

Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Cork

Cork is Ireland’s second largest city and is a buzzing place filled with great restaurants, shopping and of course, pubs. Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Cork is a pretty hotel just 15 minutes’ drive from Cork city centre, with a relaxing spa and a championship golf course close by.

How to join Radisson Rewards

To get the maximum sale discount and to take advantage of the bonus points offers above, you will need to be a member of the Radisson Rewards loyalty programme.

It is free to join Radisson Rewards – follow this link to the member sign-up page. You can learn more about Radisson Rewards in our review of the scheme here.

Radisson Rewards has unveiled a major refresh this week as you can read here. There are new status levels, new benefits and a controversial move to ‘dynamic pricing’ for redemptions. Once you have completed five nights or three stays you move up to ‘Premium’ status which allows you to activate ‘Discount Booster’ and receive additional savings on future stays in return for earning a lower rate of points.

Don’t forget the Winter Sale ends on Friday (21st October). You can find out more and book here on this special sale page of the Radisson Hotels website.

Comments (50)

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  • Alan says:

    Haha well that was a nice way for Radisson to burn some cash, they won’t be getting much uptake after the devaluation 😂 Last time round I found were way cheaper than booking direct anyway!

  • Freddy says:

    Best sponsored ad in a long time

    • The Savage Squirrel says:

      Yes, love it “How about we spend money targetting the exact group of customers (points conscious/savvy HfP readers) that we will just have pissed off the most. That’ll work well” 😀 😀

      • Chas says:

        Exactly. It makes me think that the marketing team really do believe the hype that they must have been fed internally, that this is a massive improvement for their members. Perhaps even their VP / Director of Loyalty believes it too…

  • Dace says:

    Yeah, I am ok thanks.

  • Vit says:

    I’m here for the comments. 😅🍿

  • ScrewRadisson says:

    Frankly, f**k Radisson.

    Trying to buy some good publicity so you won’t go as hard on them as you, and everyone, should after their despicable behaviour of devaluing loyal customers’ hard earned points so brutally and without any notice.

    I genuinely hope Radisson go completely bankrupt over the next few years and disappear from the British high street for ever.

    In fact, give Liz Truss the top job at Radisson.

    • Harrier25 says:

      Well they won’t be missed when Hilton and IHG out number their properties by 1,000,000 to 1!

  • Sussex bantam says:

    I’m only here for the comments…

  • Hostime says:

    I initially had a very negative reaction to the headline of this article, but after reading it is a sponsored post, I’m delighted Head for Points is taking their money after wisely warning us days in advance that Radisson has sought to screw us all over. Two can play at that game…

  • David says:

    What a joke. Never staying in a radisson hotel again.
    Zero notice devaluations are not loyalty.

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