Club Carlson Radisson RED Triple Gold Points November 1 – February 28, 2017

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Club Carlson has launched a new triple Gold Points offer for stays at Radisson RED hotels from November 1 to February 28, 2017.


You usually earn 20 Gold Points per USD at affiliated properties that triples to 60 during this promotional period.

You can access and register for this offer on Club Carlson’s website here.

READ MORE: Club Carlson Rate & Bonus Points And Miles Promotions

Note that there are only three Radisson RED properties open during the promotional period.


Seems that Radisson RED tries to be something along the line of Indigo from IHG or Aloft from SPG. Need to check out the brand when I am at any of the three cities where they have this brand up and running.

Here are the terms and conditions of this offer:

You must be a Club CarlsonSM member to participate in the “Triple Points with RED” promotion (“Promotion”). Promotion is valid for Eligible Stays, as defined in the Club Carlson Terms and Conditions, booked at any Radisson RED hotel between October 10, 2016 and December 31, 2016 and completed between November 1, 2016 and February 28, 2017 (“Promotion Period”). To earn 40 bonus Gold Points per US. Dollar spent on Eligible Stays in addition to the 20 standard Gold Points per U.S. Dollar spent on Eligible Stays (“Triple Points”), you must register online for the Promotion at and provide your Club Carlson member number at the time of reservation or at check-in. Once registered, you will earn Triple Points on Eligible Stays at Radisson RED hotels worldwide during the Promotion Period. Stays or nights paid for by redeeming points or by using Points + Cash are not eligible for this Promotion. You only need to register once, but you must register before checkout of the Eligible Stay to earn Triple Points for that stay.

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