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[Update: Now 3] FYI: Radisson has no Manhattan hotels…for now

Update 12/26/19: There are now a few properties bookable in Manahttan as of 1/1/20. See this post for more. The Radisson Rewards credit card carries what I have said is an interesting big spend benefit: get a free night certificate valid for US properties with each $10K you spend on the card during your cardmember year (awarded after anniversary, up to $30K in purchases). One easy way for me to justify the spend has been…

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(EXPIRED) Nice new 100K offer on Radisson Rewards Premier

The US Bank Radisson Rewards Premier Visa Signature card is now offering an increased welcome offer of up to 100,000 Radisson Rewards points — that’s 50K after first purchase and another 50K after making $2,500 in purchases in the first 3 months. That’s not a huge increase as it’s only 15K more than the standard offer, though I personally think this is one of the more underrated cards on the market, particularly for family travel. The Offer…

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Radisson to lose Martinique on Broadway?

Radisson Rewards only has a few top-tier properties in the US. One of the benefits of the Radisson Rewards credit cards (formerly the Club Carlson Rewards credit cards) is that you can get a free night at any property in the US for each $10K you spend in a cardmember year (up to $30K). Within the US, there are only 4 top-tier properties, and it looks like they are losing one later this year. The Radisson Martinique…

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New big spend bonus: more free annual nights with Radisson Visa cards

Club Carlson announced today that they have re-branded to become Radisson Rewards. There were some negative changes in terms of points earnings for mid-tier members (more on that below), but one interesting change came to the former Club Carlson Visa cards (now apparently the Radisson Rewards Visas): all Radisson Rewards Visa cardholders can now earn up to 3 free nights annually based on spend. That’s in addition to the points earned based on spend. With the Premier version of the…

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