Earn Double Choice Privileges Points When Using Their Mobile App

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Between November 20 and December 17, 2014 Choice Privileges is offering double points when members make bookings via their mobile app, up to 30,000 during the promotion. Stays must be completed by December 17, 2014, and registration is required in order to receive the bonus points.

At most Choice Hotel brands you earn 10 points per US dollar spent, (5 points per US dollar at Rodeway Inn, Econolodge, Mainstay Suites and Suburban). During the promotion you can potentially earn up to 20 points per US dollar spent. With redemptions starting at 6,000 points and no hoops to jump through to earn the bonus points I’d sign up even if I didn’t have any upcoming stays planned at this time.

Click here to register.

Note that the terms say you must have an address in the US in order to be eligible for the promotion.

Here’s a link to download Choice Hotels mobile app.

Terms & Conditions:

Registration required to participate in this promotion. Members must book qualifying stays via the Choice Hotels mobile app at point-eligible rates to earn double points. You must arrive for your qualifying stay between 11/20/14 and 12/17/14. Choice Privileges® member number must be provided upon check-in at the hotel. Members can earn up to 30,000 bonus points with this promotion. Trips at vacation rental property locations do not qualify for promotional bonus points. To be eligible to earn the bonus, members must set their earning preference to Choice Privileges points in their online account. Any change made to earning preference will remain in effect after the promotion has ended. Allow 72 hours from check-out for points to post. You must maintain an address in the U.S. (including U.S. territories) to be eligible for this promotion. For Choice Privileges program details, eligible rates, eligible countries and point redemption rules, visit choiceprivileges.com. Hotels are independently owned and operated.

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