Buy Choice Points With 30% Discount (0.69cpp)

Choice Privileges has launched a new promotion that’s offering a 30% discount when buying 5,000+ points. This reduces the cost to 0.69cpp when buying 10,000+ points which can provide great value given the right redemption.

Choice Privileges 30% Off

The Deal

Key Terms

  • Transactions must be completed between 9:00 a.m. EST January 10, 2020 and 11:59 p.m. EST February 4, 2020 to be eligible for this discount on points.
  • Must be a Choice Privileges Rewards Program member; Points will be posted to your Choice Privileges account within 24 hours after your transaction is complete.
  • Purchased points do not count toward Elite Status or Lifetime Elite Gold Status.
  • Transactions are final and non-refundable.
  • Offer may not be valid for all members.

Quick Thoughts

Choice ran a 40% bonus promotion a couple of months ago, but this offer is slightly better as the cost is 0.69cpp rather than 0.71cpp with that bonus promotion.

You’ll get the 30% discount when buying anything from 5,000 points for $38.50 up to 120,000 points for $831.60, with 1,000 point increments available in between. You have to buy 10,000+ points to get the 0.69cpp cost though, as buying 5,000-9,000 points costs 0.77cpp even with the 30% discount.

We’ve provided our affiliate link above, but you can also earn up to 2.5% cashback when clicking through to from a shopping portal. That reduces the net cost to 0.676cpp, so it’s marginally better.

Greg has shared before why it can be worth having a small stash of Choice points on hand (see: On my mind (Choice Privileges edition)), so this is a way to pick them up at a lower cost than normal.

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I would peg the average value of a Choice point at about half a cent, so it’s not worth stockpiling at this price level. That said, the Choice program is poorly run, and there are some properties where — if you didn’t buy points with the Daily Getaways promo — you could get good value at .69 cents. I don’t think it’s cheap enough to just hold onto them at this price.