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Free Travel Club Membership: Plus, Earn 4-KrisFlyer Miles for Every $1USD Spent


Do you like to save money on hotels? Want to earn KrisFlyer miles too?

Now you can get both, with a Free 1-year Club 1 Hotels membership plus earn 4-KrisFlyer Miles for every $1USD spent on any new hotel booking, car rental, and/or cruise bookings made in the month of September. Use coupon code (OZ4) at checkout.

Club 1 Hotels is a global luxury hotel travel club that offers wholesale rates that are up to 60% Off with Guaranteed Savings* at over 1 million hotels when you book more than 5-days before arrival plus exclusive discounts on flights, car rentals, golf tee-times, and cruises. ๐Ÿ›Œโœˆ๐Ÿš˜๐Ÿ›ณ

FREE 1-Year Club 1 Hotels Membership includes:
โ€‹โœ”๏ธGuaranteed Savings on every booking at over 1 Million hotels & resorts worldwide for bookings made more than 5-days before arrival
โ€‹โœ”๏ธExclusive Discounts on flights, car rentals, cruise lines,โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹ golf tee-times and more
โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โœ”๏ธNo Blackout Dates
โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โœ”๏ธLargest selection of room types
โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โœ”๏ธEarn 4-KrisFlyer Miles for every $1USD spent on hotel bookings, car rentals, and/or cruise booking made during Sep 2019

๐Ÿ‘No credit card required to join

See what people are saying about Club 1 Hotels and view their rate comparisons here:

*OZ4 coupon code is not valid with any other offer or Best Rate Guarantee Policy and applies only to new bookings and is not retroactive
*Guarantee Savings policy is on every hotel booking made outside of 5-days of arrival for the same room-type
*See website for the full terms and conditions of the Best Rate Guarantee policy
*1-year membership does not auto-renew or auto-bill
*4-KrisFlyer offer expires September 30th, 2019

Tip: When comparing hotel rates please use the rates at "checkout" and confirm it's a "refundable" or a "non-refundable room"
โ€‹โ€‹Please note: Club 1 Hotels is a US-based company and that all hotel prices are offered in USD and billed in USD with taxes and recovery fees added separately to the hotel price at the time of checkoutโ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹.๐Ÿ‘

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  • +4

    People can check out some pros and cons here https://www.pointhacks.com.au/wholesale-hotel-prices-club1ho...

  • +8

    I'm a pretty frequent traveller who stays around 90 days every year in 4- and 5-star hotels all over the world. I've also been a (free) Club 1 Hotel member for over 3 years now but I've never managed to find a rate through them that was actually the cheapest even though I search them (along with a whole host of other sites) at almost every destination. Not to say their rates are bad — they're often cheaper than are available on public facing sites — but usually I can get a cheaper rate with a coupon elsewhere (e.g. 16-20% off at Cheaptickets), stacking coupons and cashback and secret deals (e.g. Agoda), claiming a Best Rate Guarantee at a major chain, booking directly with the hotel, though other private booking sites (e.g. LMTClub) etc.

    The one and only time I placed a booking through Club 1 Hotels, it was cancelled with an apology email saying that the room I had booked was "unavailable" — something that hardly inspires confidence.

    YMMV. :)

    • +1

      Staying that many days a year I wouldn't have thought you would be interested in this because you don't earn points or get status credits with this. I suppose it depends where you are and what groups you have status with.

      • +5

        I mostly gave up chasing hotel status and points a few years ago, because of successive devaluations making them less lucrative, poor recognition of even top tier status, and because I'm really bored of chain hotels in general and their "sameness". There's also something liberating about being free to select the most beautiful/characterful/well designed/best located/best value hotel (or Airbnb) for any given place rather than feeling compelled to stay in a chain just because I have status.

        That said, redeeming points can still make lots of sense at certain times and I still have enough freebie statuses (e.g. Hilton Gold trhough a credit card, corporate status with Mariott Bonvoy etc.) that staying at a chain isn't always bad. :)

        • +2

          I hear ya :)
          Some places I always like to go back to, like Pan Pacific in Singapore and many Shangri-La properties.

        • +1

          You can stay at the New York Palace, The Dedica Anthology in Budapest using Marriott points. It is an amazing place. Also the Ritz Carlton there where I stayed in the Club but do not recommend.