Promo: Choice Hotels Triple Bonus Points For Mid-Week Stays

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Choice Hotels is running a promotion where members can earn triple bonus points for mid-week stays between now and February 18, 2015 up to a maximum of 30,000 bonus points.

Called “Triple Your Trip”, the stay must include a Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday night. You need to register before staying, and book via their website, mobile app or over the phone to receive the bonus points.

Make sure your account is set to earning Choice Privileges points.

Here’s a link to register.

Terms & Conditions:

Registration required at ChoiceHotels.com before the qualifying stay. Members must book trips via ChoiceHotels.com, the Choice Hotels® mobile app, or 800.4CHOICE at qualifying rates. Corporate travelers may book through a travel agent or corporate online booking system. Choice Privileges member number must be provided upon check-in. Between 12/29/14 and 2/18/15, members will be awarded triple bonus points for every qualifying stay that includes a Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday night, up to 30,000 bonus points. A stay includes all consecutive nights at the same hotel regardless of check-ins or check-outs. 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) or Canada 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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