Radisson Rewards is sending a number of “elevated” credit card offers out to targeted members, and a reader forwarded me the landing page to an insanely lucrative offer for the Radisson Rewards™ Premier Visa Signature® Card. The highest “elevated offer” for this card is 120,000 bonus points (enough for 11 free nights) after you spend $3,000 on your card within the first 90 days. Though this offer is “targeted”, it appears to work for anyone applying through the link (for now, at least).
Keep in mind that the standard public sign-up bonus for this card is 85,000 bonus points, so this would be an opportune time to apply for the card if it’s been on your radar.
In addition to the 40,000 points that cardmembers can earn (that can be used globally) each anniversary just for being a cardmember and paying the $75 annual fee, another generous feature of the card is that cardmembers can earn a free night certificate that can be used at any Radisson Hotel Group property in the United States for each $10,000 charged annually, up to a maximum of three award nights for $30,000 charged to the card.
Last year, Radisson announced plans for a complete brand refresh, and the perhaps one of the most exciting takeaways are the plans for a significant expansion of the Radisson Blu properties in America (I absolutely love the Radisson Blu Aqua in Chicago).
This news is particularly alluring because it will hopefully provide fantastic redemption opportunities with the free-night certificates that can be earned with the Radisson Rewards™ Premier Visa Signature® Card.
Other card benefits include an automatic upgrade to Radisson Rewards Gold status for as long as you’re a cardmember, 10 points per $1 spent in eligible net purchases at the Radisson Family of Hotels, and 5 points per $1 spent in eligible net purchases everywhere else
There are no affiliate links in this post – I’m just passing along a great offer that I don’t think will last very long. As many people have been saying goodbye to the IHG Credit Card, the US Bank-issued Radisson Rewards™ Premier Visa Signature® Card is a good co-branded hotel option as the Radisson Blu footprint expands in the United States.
What are your thoughts about the Radisson Rewards™ Premier Visa Signature® Card? Are you going to apply with the new offer?
This is a great offer but just so everyone know, Radisson has announced that it will combine the Radisson and Jin Jiang (the company that bought them) rewards programs later this year. What is going to happen and if this is good or bad news is unknown since there really isn’t much information out there about the Jin Jiang loyalty program.