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Category: Club Carlson

Apr 08

Club Carlson offers a great bonus…and then shoots a credit card perk

I was very excited to see Club Carlson bring back its triple point promotion for stays through June 28.  I’ve always liked Club Carlson; its brands, such as Radisson, are not as well-known as the Hiltons of the world, but they’ve always been good to their customers and offered great promotions.  In fact, CC was …

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Mar 09

1,000 free Club Carlson points

And we’re back!  After a few days out of the office, I’m going to ease back into things… Club Carlson, the owner of several hotel brands, including Radisson, is offering 1,000 free points just for following them on twitter.  If you do not have a twitter or Facebook account, you should.  It’s quick, it’s free …

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Jan 14

And we’re back! First quarter hotel promotions…

It’s official, I’ve entered the 21st century. Verizon is offering free Wi-Fi on my flight and, for the first time, I’m typing at 30,000 feet. It’s actually Jet Blue’s Fly-Fi product which is supposed to be pretty good, although it’s been in and out for me. Then again, I can’t complain about free. So, after …

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Oct 09

Club Carlson, and the case of the non-participating hotels

Among the hotel programs, Club Carlson ranks as one of the underrated ones, possibly because of a name that makes it sound like a golf course.  Still, it has what I consider to be the best hotel rewards perk, brands you’ve at least heard of (including Radisson and Country Inn & Suites) and a nice …

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Sep 18

A few airline promotions: American, United

Here’s a few of the better promos that are currently on the market.  You may or may not benefit, but it’s worth registering, just in case. Club Carlson isn’t my primary hotel program, but I do consider it to be one of, if not the, most generous.  There is a very easy promotion going on now. …

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Aug 12

Club Carlson and how to get the best hotel perk out there*

*some restrictions apply Club Carlson is your average hotel program.  Earn points based on spend, get free nights.  Stay more free nights, get elite status.  Etc.  You may not have heard the name “Club Carlson,” but you’ve heard of its brands, which include Radisson, Park Plaza (not that Park Plaza), Park Inn, Country Inn and …

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