If you ever miss out on a Marriott Homes & Villas promotion, don't worry as another promotion is almost certainly around the corner. To prove that point, just days after the last promotion ended, the Homes and Villas team has just launched a new deal in which select bookings will (again) earn double Bonvoy points.
Resort fee, destination fee, amenity fee. These are all names given to the same kind of rip-off fees that more and more hotels are now charging and unfortunately, thanks to the fact that federal laws are often written with lobbyists and major party donors in mind, the fact that these fees are being charged isn't always made obvious by those charging them.
Flying Blue, the loyalty program for Air France and KLM, has had a partnership with Accor's ALL program for some time and in the past few hours, that partnership has got a little bit more interesting as the ratio in which Accor points transfer across to Flying Blue was improved significantly.
With less than a month to go in 2022 and with a lot of people almost certainly now having more than enough enough elite night credits in their Bonvoy account to trigger Marriott's Annual Choice Benefits, it's time to take a look at what Marriott is offering Bonvoy members when they credit 50 and 75 nights to their accounts in 2022.
Apparently, it's a day for Hyatt promotions because as well as the promotion that has just launched for Hyatt House/Hyatt Place stays, Hyatt has also published a limited promotion for stays at select Park Hyatt properties.
Over the past couple of years, one of the many bonuses of holding a Hyatt co-branded credit card has been Hyatt's bonus points promotions targeted at card holders only. Well, it has been a while since we last saw such a promotion, but starting early next year, a new one will go live.
As we enter the last couple of days of the registration period for a promotion that gives AAdvantage elite flyers free World of Hyatt status (see here), a new promotion seems to be appearing in select American Airlines accounts that's offering World of Hyatt elites free (but temporary) American Airlines elite status.
Since the end of August, Hyatt has been running a pretty good promotion for American Airlines flyers in which it's offering automatic (limited-time) elite status in the World of Hyatt program and a chance for flyers then to boost that status through stays. The promotion still has over 3 months to run, but registration closes in just 2 days' time.
As promised last week, IHG has added to its existing Cyber sale (see here) and opened up two new offers for members of the IHG One Rewards program. Both offers are only around for a limited time (one of them ends tomorrow) but both will have uses in their own ways.
Today has seen Accor ALL launch a new Black Friday promotion in which it's offering double or triple points on stays in 34 European countries, 1 principality, and 2 further countries (outside of what it generally recognized to be "Europe"). The sooner you book the better the deal gets as the triple points promo ends in just 5 days' time while the double points promo will run through the first week in January.