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‘Low cost but super stylish’ hotel chain citizenM has been running an exclusive offer all month for HfP readers.

You can trial their new subscription offering, mycitizenM+, and the guaranteed benefits that come with it, FREE for three months.

You can sign up here but you need to be quick – the offer ends this Monday, 31st October.

citizenM London Victoria

The burgeoning hotel chain now has 28 properties, with recently opened hotels in London Victoria (see our review here), Miami and Seattle and more to come in 2023. We’ve also reviewed citizenM Tower of London and a reader reviewed citizenM New York Times Square as part of our ‘My Favourite Hotel’ series. Sinead also visited citizenM Shoreditch in East London for today’s hotel review.

citizenM already has a free loyalty programme, mycitizenM, but you don’t earn points. Instead members get access to a range of offers including a best price guarantee and refer-a-friend benefits.

However, citizenM has recently introduced a subscription element to the programme called mycitizenM+. Subscribers get a number of additional guaranteed benefits which we will look at below.

The mycitizenM+ subscription costs £9 per month. However, citizenM is offering Head for Points readers an exclusive 3-month free trial of the service when you use the code HEADFORPOINTS3 by 31st October 2022.

What benefits will I get from mycitizenM+?

mycitizenM+ members get attractive benefits which are genuinely useful:

  • an extra 10% off, always
  • guaranteed room (48 hours notice required)
  • free late check out & a premium view
  • ‘first in queue’ chat service
CitizenM New York Times Square
citizenM New York Times Square

If you use citizenM hotels regularly, these benefits make the subscription well worth considering.

Late check-out usually costs £29 to non mycitizenM+ members. 10% off a room costing £269 (the starting price for citizenM Tower of London) saves you £26.90. This means that in just one stay you could recoup the cost of five months membership.

Your guaranteed late check out is until 2pm, so if you have a late flight back, or are on a weekend break, you can have a leisurely morning at the hotel without the pressure of checking out before noon.

How to unlock the offer

Head to the citizenM site using this bespoke link and click the ‘start for free’ link.

If you are not a member of mycitizenM, you will be prompted to enrol to enable this offer. It’s a very quick process and there’s even a handy ‘passwordless sign in’ which I find very useful.

Once enrolled, you should be automatically directed to the mycitizenM+ purchase page. After completing the contact details section, there’s a promotion code section. Ensure you use the code HEADFORPOINTS3 and you will see the membership cost go from £9/€10 to £0.

You do need to enter your credit card details, so please note that after the free three months, you will be charged. You can cancel your membership at any time via your profile section on the website.

Please note the offer is only available to new mycitizenM+ subscribers.

As a reminder, you will need to use this specific link to get the offer, along with the code HEADFORPOINTS3 by Monday night.

Thanks very much to citizenM for making this offer available to Head for Points readers.

Hotel offers update – May 2024:

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

Want to buy hotel points?

  • IHG One Rewards is offering an 80% bonus when you buy points by 8th June 2024. Click here.
  • World of Hyatt is offering a 20% bonus when you buy points by 1st July 2024. Click here.

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