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Club Carlson is offering an extremely lucrative promotion at the moment. Club Carlson members can earn 7,500 bonus AAdvantage miles after two stays at Radisson hotels between September 15 and December 15, 2014. Registration is required by October 15, 2014.
Bonus miles should post four to six weeks after December 15, 2014, and you can only earn the bonus once per AAdvantage membership number (so presumably you can only earn it once per Club Carlson number as well, since you can only register one AAdvantage number per Club Carlson account).
In order to qualify you have to book an “eligible stay,” which is a stay of at least one night at a rate that’s eligible for Gold Points accrual (that means award stays don’t qualify).
Now, the promotion page does reference “participating properties,” though Mommy Points Tweeted Club Carlson, and they confirmed that all Radisson properties are “participating:”
This is a heck of a promotion, especially given how good Club Carlson’s earnings rates are to begin with. Best I can tell this bonus is in addition to any other points you’d earn. You don’t even have to earn miles for your stay — as long as you register for the promotion with your AAdvantage number you’ll qualify.
So you should be able to combine this with the promotion for triple Club Carlson points on weekdays, as well as 3,000 bonus Club Carlson points for making reservations through the mobile app.
Theoretically if you make two stays at a property that’s participating in the triple points promotion and have the Club Carlson Premier Rewards Visa Signature® Card, you’re earning 77 Gold Points per dollar spent at Club Carlson properties, plus 3,000 bonus points per stay booked through their app, plus 7,500 AAdvantage miles. They’re basically paying you to stay at one of their hotels!
Now I can’t guarantee these offers can all be combined, though I don’t see anything in the terms and conditions suggesting they wouldn’t be.
(Tip of the hat to Mommy Points)