13 Ibis Budget Hotels Join Accor Live Limitless with a quadruple points offer

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When Accor Live Limitless (ALL) first launched Ibis Budget hotels chose not to participate in the program. This wasn’t just something in Australia, it was a worldwide exclusion.

While they have had promotions with Accor Plus, they have never really participated in ALL. You have not been able to earn points or use your membership benefits.

Now, ALL are welcoming 13 Ibis Budget hotels to the program. As is often the case, there is a quadruple points offer for new hotels to ALL. Not only does this include the 13 Ibis Budget hotels, but there is also a range of hotels from around the world.

Ibis Budget Hotels joining ALL

The following Ibis Budget Hotels are joining ALL:

  • Brisbane Airport,
  • Campbelltown,
  • Canberra,
  • Casula Liverpool,
  • Coffs Harbour,
  • Dandenong,
  • Dubbo,
  • Enfield,
  • Fawkner,
  • Newcastle,
  • St Peters,
  • Sydney Olympic Park,
  • Wentworthville

Earn Rate at Ibis Budget

At this point, ALL have not updated their website to indicate the earning rate at Ibis Budget hotels. However, according to the terms and conditions they are included with Adagia Access and Greet. So if you thought Mantra or Art Series was bad, the earn rate here is half of that.

Ibis Budget Earn Rate

Ibis Budget Earn Rate

 

Quadruple Points

As is often the case, ALL is running a quadruple points promotion for new hotels. This time around the promotion includes these 13 hotels, as well as others.

This reflects quadruple points on the base earning, which as outlined above is not that great.

To be eligible for the quadruple points promotion, you will need to

  • Register for the promotion
  • Book your stay before 21 May 2021
  • Stay at one of our hotels before 05 July 2021

Thoughts

It is an interesting development in bringing Ibis Budget into the ALL fold. While the earn rate is not the best, the qualifying nights may be useful to help build status.

 

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Mark is the founder of FlyStayPoints, and caught the travel bug early in life. He discovered the benefits of travel loyalty programs in 2001, and is always learning how they can make travel better. While work takes him between Perth and Melbourne, he is always plotting his next adventure.