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There is much about Leaders Club, the Leading Hotels of the World loyalty scheme that has gone down hill lately. Namely there is no longer a guaranteed upgrade for leaders Club Unlimited members and that the Leaders Club award nights seem to be offering less and less availability.

Having said all this, when Leaders Club occasionally offers Triple stay credits it is worth having a scout around to see if you can make use of this offer.

Triple stay credits means you earn 3 credits towards a free night for your stay. You need 5 credits for a free night (or 4 if you upgrade to Leaders Club Unlimited) so if you choose to book a single night at a cheaper LHW hotel you will receive 3/5ths of a night free at a potentially more expensive hotel. Triple stay credit offers are only available a few times a year, so it is worth making a booking if you are planning a trip away.

Crucially for this offer there seems to be no limitations on which hotel you plan to book with as long as you choose a rate that is not connected to any other promotion AND you have received the promotional email (otherwise you are not eligible – sorry).

And so to what Leaders Club say about this offer – “For a very limited time, you will also earn 3 stay credits toward the 5 you need generate a free night when you make a new booking and stay by July 31, 2015*.”

Notable Terms and Conditions: This offer is only applicable for one new stay booked by the recipient of this email between March 30 and April 13, 2015. No bookings made prior to March 30 or after April 13, 2015 may be amended to become eligible. The check-out date of the stay must be July 31, 2015 or earlier. A qualifying booking will result in three stay credits being attributed to a Leaders Club account. Only one booking per member is eligible for this bonus stay credit offer, and this offer may not be combined with any other promotion.

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