Get 6,000 Bonus Le Club Accor Points After 3 Stays With Latest Promotion

Sep 3, 2019

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Accor has launched a new promotion, offering members the opportunity to earn bonus points on stays through the beginning of next year. With the ‘Boost Your Points Balance‘ promo, Le Club Accor members can earn a maximum of 6,000 bonus points for completing three stays.

The promotion earning breaks down as follows:

  • 500 points on your first stay (minimum two nights)
  • 2,500 points on your second stay (minimum two nights)
  • 3,000 points on your third stay (minimum two nights)

In order to start earning bonus points for each of your stays, you must first register for the promotion and then book your stays by 27 September 2019. In order to earn the points, you’ll need to complete your stays between 13 September 2019 and 19 January 2020.

According to the terms and conditions of the offer, you can earn a maximum of 6,000 bonus points over the course of the three stays (minimum of six nights). Only cash stays at participating hotels are eligible, and stays must be booked directly via AccorHotels or through a ‘traditional travel agency whose booking system is automatically connected to the AccorHotels booking office’. You must enter your loyalty programme number, and points will be credited within 10 days of checking out.

You can register for this promotion here.

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