Registration Now Open for Sheraton’s Free Weekend Promo

Jul 9, 2015

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As previously mentioned, you can now earn a free Sheraton weekend night for every five Sheraton nights you stay from now through September 30. Registration is now open for this offer, meaning you’ll be able to earn up to three free weekend nights good at any Sheraton property.

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Here’s how this promotion works:

  • Stay any five nights at Sheraton through September 30, 2015. The nights don’t need to be consecutive. Just add them up. For every five, you get a free weekend night — up to three.
  • Redeem your Free Weekend Night Awards for any Friday, Saturday or Sunday nights through December 13, 2015, at any Sheraton hotel or resort (all hotel categories are included).
  • You can combine your free weekend nights or redeem them separately.
  • There are no blackout dates on the free weekend nights — a standard room is available, it’s yours.
One option would be to redeem at the Sheraton Macao Hotel.
One option would be to redeem at the Sheraton Macao Hotel.

There are a few high-end Sheraton properties that might make the most sense for redeeming your free nights, such as the Sheraton New York Times Square HotelSheraton Kauai ResortSheraton Macao HotelSheraton Steamboat ResortSheraton Barra Rio de Janeiro HotelSheraton Maui Resort & Spa and the Sheraton Iguazú Resort & Spa.

For example, taking a look at the Sheraton New York around Thanksgiving, the cheapest rate available during that time period was $399 a night, making this a decent option for a free night redemption.

Will you be taking advantage of Sheraton Free Weekends? Feel free to comment below.

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