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ALL, the loyalty program for Accor Hotels around the world (Fairmont, Sofitel, Novotel, Ibis, etc…), has launched a new promotion in which it’s attempting to tempt customers back into its properties with the promise of an increasing number of bonus points the more they stay.
Accor ALL Fall Promotion
- Open to ALL members only (join for free here)
- Registration is required (here)
- 500 bonus points on your first stay of 2 nights or more
- 2,500 bonus points on your second stay of 2 nights or more
- 3,000 bonus points on your third stay of 2 nights or more
- All stays must be booked by 9 October 2020
- All stays must be completed by 15 December 2020
The key thing to remember is that three stays each of 2 nights or more are required to earn the full 6,000 bonus points that are on offer.
Accor’s points are worth €20 per 1,000 points meaning that your first stay isn’t exactly a big earner, but the end of the second stay an ALL member will have earned €60 to put towards a future stay and by the end of the third stay the total rebate earned will have reached €120. That’s not bad…especially if you’re booking some of the cheaper stays that are currently on offer.
This promotion can be stacked with any other ongoing promotions that you can find and it’s always worth keeping an eye on the shopping portals and cash back sites to see if any good additional offers appear. As things stand I can’t find any offers worth mentioning on the various US sites (although this can change from day to day) but the UK’s TopCashBack site is currently offering up to 10% back on Accor stays…and that’s definitely worth having.
It’s also worth checking to see if the American Express Fine Hotels & Resorts program has any good deals at the higher-end Accor properties as although this isn’t a direct booking channel, bookings through Amex FHR have, in the past, earned me bonus points as if I’d booked directly with Accor.
Accor has announced its fall promotion for 2020 and in it it’s offering members of its loyalty program up to 6,000 points across 3 stays taken by 15 December 2020. This isn’t necessarily a promotion that’s generous enough to induce any new trips, but if you were thinking of booking a few stays the rebate on offer here isn’t bad at all.