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    RockWell is offline Member
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    Default Who has the best POINTS system?

    I have been travelling more and more and I am really in the dark about which points I should accumulate. The chains all have their own point systems but are there any really good ones that will let you use it at several locations? I generally stay at cheaper hotels ($100-$160/night before tax).

    Right now I am just staying at places that I can get Areoplan miles (Air Canada) and I rent cars from their proffered vendors as well.

    What are you guys doing?

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    If you are staying at hotels in that range, sign up for the Hilton Honors card. They have a wide variety of hotels under the chain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raskal83 View Post
    If you are staying at hotels in that range, sign up for the Hilton Honors card. They have a wide variety of hotels under the chain.
    Another problem that I run to is that I visit a lot of smaller cities in Canada like Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, and Fredricton. Of course, when I travel to LA, DC and NYC I have no problems.

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    I am platinum with SPG and Marriott. I like SPG better because even the real expensive hotels are only like 10,000 points. I also like the promotions SPG runs vs Marriott. Most of the marriott promotions are only adding more points. When you live in a hotel 4-5 days a week the last thing you want to do is stay there on the weekends. SPG last year did every two stays you got a $100 amazon gift card. They also do the free weekend night promo the past three years.

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    I say Marriott. But my opinion is biased because I work for them.

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    I have Marriott, Priority, Hyatt GP, HHonors, and Accor Club and I'd have to say that I enjoy Hilton's points program the best... I'm WAS platinum with Hyatt and currently Platinum with Priority, but being a Diamond HHonors is just amazing as far as extra perks go...

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