4x ALL points at new Accor hotels including Novotel Perth Murray Street

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Accor Live Limitless (ALL) have regular promotions offering quadruple points (4x) for new hotels in the Accor network.

This time around there are two hotels from Australia. Firstly, there is the recently opened Novotel Perth Murray Street. In addition, other Australian options include the Sebel Moonee Ponds and Mantra Mackay.

On top of the Australian hotels, there is a range of hotels in a number of international destinations.

4x Points Offer Details

  • Promotion: Book a stay one of the selected new hotels and earn 4 times the Rewards points.
  • Registration: Required, please visit the promotion page
  • Reservation Dates: Book by 19 April 2020
  • Stay Dates: stay between 2 March and 31 May, 2020

Promotion Value

As with all promotions, it is worth asking whether it is worthwhile participating in the promotion. Of course, if you had planned to stay in the hotel anyway, it is a no brainer.

But what if you have a choice from a range of options? Let’s look at some basic maths to see how the offer stacks up.

For starters, Le Club AccorHotels offers a return of 5% of your spend in most hotels. In some cases, such as the Ibis and Ibis Styles hotels, this reduces to 2.5%. This does not include any elite bonus that you may be entitled to.

As a result, under the quadruple points promotion, you could be getting points worth 20% of your spend in the hotel.  this will effectively become a 20% return on your spend. If you have an elite membership, then the return will be even higher.

Under the quadruple points promotion, this will effectively become a 20% return on your spend. If you have an elite membership, then the return will be even higher.

That is not a bad return on your spend. As such, it may be an offer worth serious consideration.

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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.