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Having just joined PC Rewards (due in no small part to Dave Noble), thought I should put a list of current promotions for this frequent guest program:

30,000 Points or 10,000 Miles . Register to earn 3,000 bonus points or 1,000 bonus miles* every 3rd qualifying night—even if you don’t stay consecutive nights.
WHEN: January 16–April 30, 2006.
WHERE: Any InterContinental®, Crowne Plaza®, Hotel Indigo™, Holiday Inn®, Holiday Inn Express®, Express by Holiday Inn™, Staybridge Suites® or Candlewood Suites® hotel worldwide. #

Stay 5, Get 10,000. Stay More, Earn More Bonus Promotion: Stay 5 nights at any InterContinental Hotels Group property worldwide, January 1 - March 31, 2006 and earn 10,000 bonus points (can't find the link to this one at the moment)

250 Bonus PC points. To help ensure that we offer you the best possible hotel loyalty program, we kindly request you share your opinions with us. Please complete your contact information, and this short survey and we'll give you 250 BONUS PRIORITY CLUB POINTS to thank you for your feedback.

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SPECIAL PROMOTIONS

Need more Points or Gold Elite status? Buy Gold Elite status, Purchase or Transfer Points to meet your goal. Until 3/15/06, purchase up to 20,000 POINTS toward your next reward.

Purchase Points
Transfer points
Purchase Gold Elite status (of course, there is always status matches)

# Terms and Conditions:
Must be a Priority Club® Rewards member and must register member number in advance to participate in this promotion. Bonus points or miles will be awarded on every third qualifying night at InterContinental, Crowne Plaza, Hotel Indigo, Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Express by Holiday Inn, Staybridge Suites and Candlewood Suites hotels worldwide between 1/16/06 and 4/30/06. Most business and leisure rates are qualifying. Maximum bonus award is 30,000 points or 10,000 miles. You must be a miles collector with a preferred alliance in order to collect miles. Only one room per member will be awarded the applicable bonus points or miles. No retroactive points or miles will be awarded for nights stayed prior to registration. Subject to standard Priority Club program terms and conditions.

Earn 100 AIR MILES®† reward miles every third qualifying night up to 1,000 AIR MILES®† reward miles. You must be a Canadian AIR MILES®† reward miles collector with a preferred alliance to the AIR MILES®† Rewards Program in order to collect AIR MILES®† reward miles.

*Frequency/partner credits may be issued in currencies other than miles. Members who have Southwest Airlines as their earning alliance will earn 1 credit for every 3rd qualifying night up to 10 credits. Air New Zealand members earn 10 Airpoints Dollars for every 3rd qualifying night up to a maximum of 100 Airpoints Dollars. Visit www.priorityclub.com for details on earning structure.

®† Trademarks of AIR MILES® International Trading B.V. used under license by Loyalty Management Group Canada Inc. and InterContinental Hotels Group.
 

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Does anyone know if there is any similar programme for Starwood hotels?
 

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Lindsay Wilson said:
SPECIAL PROMOTIONS

Need more Points or Gold Elite status? Buy Gold Elite status, Purchase or Transfer Points to meet your goal. Until 3/15/06, purchase up to 20,000 POINTS toward your next reward....

Purchase Gold Elite status (of course, there is always status matches)
IIRC and one purchases the Ambassador status (for IC hotels) then this is thrown in "free".
 

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Johan said:
Does anyone know if there is any similar programme for Starwood hotels?
Apart from the "normal" Starwood Preferred loyalty guest program, not to my knowledge, though I'm happy to be corrected.
 

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Johan said:
Answering my own question after doing some research, Starwood has the Privilege Program.

http://privilege.starwood.com/
Well done Johan, and thanks for posting the link. This Starwood program looks pretty comprehensive in the Asia Pacific region covering Aust, China, Korea, Malaysai, Thailand, Fiji etc...

I believe the Hilton one only covers Oz :( .
 

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BlacKnox said:
Johan said:
Answering my own question after doing some research, Starwood has the Privilege Program.

http://privilege.starwood.com/
Well done Johan, and thanks for posting the link. This Starwood program looks pretty comprehensive in the Asia Pacific region covering Aust, China, Korea, Malaysai, Thailand, Fiji etc...

I believe the Hilton one only covers Oz :( .
+ AKL.

Note that Starwood's are dissapearing from Oz/Nz at an alarming rate.
 

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BlacKnox said:
Johan said:
Answering my own question after doing some research, Starwood has the Privilege Program.

http://privilege.starwood.com/
Well done Johan, and thanks for posting the link. This Starwood program looks pretty comprehensive in the Asia Pacific region covering Aust, China, Korea, Malaysai, Thailand, Fiji etc...

I believe the Hilton one only covers Oz :( .
Has anyone gone through the process toi find out how much this program costs. Based on the others I know of (Hilton, ICH group, Hyatt. Accor), I would guess around the $250 mark, but it seems you need to speak to a sales consultant to find out.

Also, anyone know what the premium level after three years membership brings?
 

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Excellent tip Lindsay Wilson. I have just been booked into the Sydney Intercontinental as the Hilton was full. I've never stayed there, but our company TA gave a glowing recommendation.

I've joined Priorty Club this afternoon. I have to say that it looks like a great program, even from my very brief browse of the site.
 

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oz_mark, Platinum Privilege this used to be $225 (when I was a member about 5 years ago). I gave it up during a lull in my travel. Last I heard it was $275 (last year??). With the dearth of SPG hotels now in Aust/Pacific, it makes it a harder proposition to extract the same amount of value than say PC (or Hilton's, now that they are reducing benefits).

Damien, you wouldn't happen to have any Elite status with other frequent gueat programs?? If so, then a status match is in order - before you stay at IC Sydney. For example, Hilton Gold will get you matched to PC Platinum (highest tier).... but SPG Gold will only get you PC Gold :?. To obtain status match, photocopy/download the latest statement (showing status) and ring PC Rewards on 02 9935 8362 - ask for status match details and their agent code/ID (a 4 digit number). Then fax said statement to +63 2857 8787 (quoting agent ID). I got email confirmation that Status Match for me was processed within 24 hours. Checked my account online, sure enough it was there. The only problem then is that your existing booking won't pick up your status (you'll need to either cancel and re-book or ring PC Rewards and get them to take out your PC number, then put back in). I used the first method, I presume the second would work...
 

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Lindsay Wilson said:
Damien, you wouldn't happen to have any Elite status with other frequent gueat programs?? If so, then a status match is in order - before you stay at IC Sydney. For example, Hilton Gold will get you matched to PC Platinum (highest tier).... but SPG Gold will only get you PC Gold :?. To obtain status match, photocopy/download the latest statement (showing status) and ring PC Rewards on 02 9935 8362 - ask for status match details and their agent code/ID (a 4 digit number). Then fax said statement to +63 2857 8787 (quoting agent ID). I got email confirmation that Status Match for me was processed within 24 hours. Checked my account online, sure enough it was there. The only problem then is that your existing booking won't pick up your status (you'll need to either cancel and re-book or ring PC Rewards and get them to take out your PC number, then put back in). I used the first method, I presume the second would work...
Thank you Lindsay! :D

I have Hilton Gold status. I'll look for my last statement tonight and call them tomorrow.
 

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BlacKnox said:
IIRC and one purchases the Ambassador status (for IC hotels) then this is thrown in "free".
True; but Ambassador is only worthwhile for those staying at ICs

The 20k purchase nicely counts towards your annual qualification requirements , so giving gold for > year and counts towards the points needed to attain platinum plus gives enough points for a stay at an HI ( with 5k left over) or Crowne Plaza making an effective reduction of AUD120-200 from the AUD266 cost.

Found it a worthwhile a purchase for the assistance in renewing platinum for next year

Dave
 

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Lindsay Wilson said:
For example, Hilton Gold will get you matched to PC Platinum (highest tier).... but SPG Gold will only get you PC Gold :?. ...
Hmmm, this is interesting. Technically then, if I status matched HH Gold to PC Platinum, then I would be eligible for a room upgrade on check-in for the HKT Holiday Inn :idea: 1THB promotion? Not trying to be greedy - just thinking theoretically...
 

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Stayed at a Holiday Inn the week before last for 3 nites. Checked my UA MP account today and I got 794 miles credited to the account for the stay plus the 1000 bonus miles.

I've got another 3-nite stay in HK next week at the Holiday Inn Express so I'm look forward to a further 1000 bonus miles dropping into my UA MP account plus whatever I get in the way of regular miles.
 

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cssaus said:
Stayed at a Holiday Inn the week before last for 3 nites. Checked my UA MP account today and I got 794 miles credited to the account for the stay plus the 1000 bonus miles.

I've got another 3-nite stay in HK next week at the Holiday Inn Express so I'm look forward to a further 1000 bonus miles dropping into my UA MP account plus whatever I get in the way of regular miles.
The really good thing about this promotion is that the 3 nights don't even have to be consecutive. It's ideal for those of us who do a lot of 1 or 2 night stays. :D
 
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