3,000 Bonus Club Carlson Points for 3-Night Stays in Brazil

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Club Carlson is offering 3,000 bonus points for consecutive nights of 3 or more when staying at any Carlson Rezidor property in Brazil. Stays must be completed by October 31, 2014.

Here’s a booking link.

Use promotional code SCORE when booking.

When testing random dates of October 8 -12, 2014 at the Radisson Barra in Rio de Janeiro I was glad to see that the cancellation policy on the promotion allowed full refund up until the day before check-in.

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When searching other dates it was easy to find the blackout dates, since I could just click on the calendar to see the full schedule.

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Terms & Conditions:

The Score a Bonus in Brazil promotion (the “Promotion”) is subject to availability and blackout dates. To earn the Promotion’s 3,000 bonus Gold Points (“Bonus Points”), your stay must be booked using the promotion code SCORE, and must contain at least three consecutive nights at the same hotel. You must be a Club Carlson member to earn the Bonus Points. Please allow up to 14 days after departure for the Bonus Points to post to your account. The Promotion is valid at participating hotels in Brazil for stays beginning on or after September 1, 2014 and completed by October 31, 2014.

The Promotion is subject to all Club Carlson program terms and conditions. To the fullest extent permissible by law, Club Carlson reserves the right to add, modify, or discontinue the Promotion without notice. Void where prohibited by law. By participating in this Promotion, you agree and consent to these terms and conditions and the Club Carlson terms and conditions.

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