You can get free Club Carlson Gold elite status and 3,000 American Airlines bonus miles.…
You can get free Club Carlson Gold status through Feburary 28, 2014.
(Via Loyalty Lobby)
Note: Targeted offer so you may or may not get the free upgrade. But it never hurts to try.
2 Ways to Get Free Club Carlson Gold Status
- Join the Club Carlson program between July 8-18, 2013 and you’ll get gold status through February 28, 2014.
- Stay four times between July 29 to December 15, 2013 and you get gold status through February 28, 2015.
But what there’s more!
You get 1,000 miles when you stay at any Carlson Rezidor hotel between July 29 through September 30, 2013
What’s the catch?
And this might be targeted to select Delta SkyMiles members.
What’s so good about Club Carlson Gold?
- 2,000 bonus points when you book online
- Complimentary room upgrades (subject to availability)
- 50% bonus Gold points on every stay
- Early checkin and late checkout upon request (subject to availability)
Summary of the fine print:
- Offer valid for invited Delta SkyMiles Silver, Gold, Platinum, or Diamond who do not have a current or past Club Carlson℠ account.
- Offer valid is non-transferable.
- Offer valid only for individual accounts.
- Must join Club Carlson between July 8-18, 2013 to receive complimentary Club Carlson Gold Elite status, using targeted email address.
- Delta SkyMiles number must be provided on enrollment.
- Bonus SkyMiles will be posted within 4-6 weeks after promotion ends.
- It may take up to 2 weeks for Gold Elite status to be reflected.
I already have Club Carlson Gold status through the Club Carlson credit card. But if I didn’t and wasn’t already a Club Carlson member, I’d enroll since it never hurts.
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