Club Carlson is offering triple points on hotel stays and food and beverages charged to your room beginning on or after January 8 and completed by March 15. Registration required in advance of eligible stays in order to earn the bonus points.

Once you’ve earned your points they can be leveraged with the ‘two for the price of one award nights’ benefit that comes with Club Carlson credit cards.

  1. Gary Steiger said,

    Radisson Blu, Radisson®, Country Inns & Suites By CarlsonSM, Park Inn by Radisson and Park Plaza® hotels only.

  2. Carl P said,

    Thanks for the heads up! Just registered and redid reservation for next week (to be on the safe side). I stay around DC area at least once aa week and room (Double-points rate) at Country Inn is about $100. Between regular pooints, double-points, new bonus, Concierge level bonus, and CC Visa 10X I get 13,450 points for the stay. Company pays and I usually get upgraded to a suite. Nice!

    I’m not Hilton acclimated and the Country Inn is fine with me for staying a business night.

  3. Carl P said,

    That includes 3,000 internet reservation bonus.

  4. Ryan H said,

    Whew, just in time! Got a stay at a Radisson coming up tomorrow night! Thanks for the tip!

  5. Alan said,

    Wish we had those cards over here -amazing value!

  6. TrvlGuru said,

    Thanks for this. I just received the credit card and was upgraded to Gold. There is a somewhat secret offer (4 for 2 and 2 for 1 weekends) on paid stays in Europe when you are a Gold member. Their offers are pretty incredible. Wish they had more properties.

  7. Heather @ pass the dressing said,

    Man, I still haven’t received ANY word on the Club Carlson Biz card an applied probably two weeks ago.

  8. Allison S. said,

    Thanks. Trying out the Radisson Blu in Chicago next month.

  9. Ken said,

    Was approved for my Carlson Business card on the 21st, still waiting for that sucker to show up here. You could rack up a bunch of points if you put the hotel spend on a Carlson card plus this bonus here.

  10. Neil said,

    Hi TrvlGuru,
    I am kinda confused about the secret offer you posted (4 for 2 and 2 for 1 weekends) Is this only for someone with a the CC credit card or is this a standard benefit for all Gold Member?

    Thanks in advance!

  11. Alan said,

    Thankfully it’s for all Gold/Concierge members, as remember those of us outside the USA can’t get the credit card! It’s an offer that has been around for a year or two now I believe.

  12. TrvlGuru said,

    @Neil, it is standard for all Gold members. Check out: http://www.clubcarlson.com/4for2

  13. Carl P said,

    Heather – I’d call.

    How can I check the status of my application?
    Please call 800-947-1444 and choose option 1 for the status of an application. For your security, you will be required to enter your social security number to locate the application. Additional verification item(s) may be needed to validate.

  14. DJP_707 said,

    Looks like a pretty good deal for gold members, A $100 night booked online gets you 9000 points even if you don’t have the credit card.

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