A boutique hotel network is now offering more ways to earn more points for some of their highly desired stays which are normally either historic or in a great location. The Stash Hotel Rewards Visa Card is a great option for this one-of-a-kind hotels network. They designed this card with unique benefits focused on traveler satisfaction being the only hotel loyalty credit card where you can earn double points on stays at any hotel including major chains.
You’ll earn 10,000 bonus points towards free stays at one-of-a-kind hotels when you make $1,500 in purchases on your Stash Visa Card within 90 days of opening your account. Here are some added benefits after the bonus:
- Earn at run-of-the-mill, redeem at one-of-a-kind.
- Earn 2 Stash points per $1 spent at any non-Stash hotel, including chain hotels. (We know you can’t always stay at our partner hotels, but every hotel stay gets you closer to your dream trip.)
- Earn 3 Stash points for every $1 spent when you stay at a Stash Partner Hotel. That’s in addition to the 5 points per $1 you already earn on nights as a Stash member.
- Earn 2 Stash points per $1 spent on dining & gas.
- Earn 1 Stash point per $1 spent on all other purchases.
- No foreign transaction fees.
Get 10% of your points back when you redeem3
No loyalty-program “gotchas!”
- No blackout dates
Your Stash Points that never expire and you can Redeem points for any room with no blackout dates. You can find out more about this program at stashrewards.com.
Some Examples of Stash Partner Hotels:
23,478 points for one night at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center in Austin, TX. Keep in mind Austin is one of the most expensive downtown areas to book a hotel in the U.S.
9,936 points for one night at The Dunes on the Waterfront. These are unique Picturesque Waterfront Cottages
with green shutters fronts onto a tidal river and one of Maine’s best beaches.
13,112 points for one night at a romantic classic inn in the center of South Woodstock in Vermont which comes with a hearty breakfast. Note each room comes with fireplaces of their own at Kedron Valley Inn.
25,536 points for a room that is at least normally $252 a night at the Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood, CA.
9k to 17k points for one night at Bourbon Orleans Hotel which is one block from Jackson Square. A boutique 218-room hotel that has been part of French Quarter history for almost 200 years. The Orleans Ballroom held masquerades and carnival balls in the 1820s.
For those of you who have a credit card from almost every bank or too many at some banks this also works out to be one to have for the first year free at least. It is issued by Synchrony Bank so you do not have to worry about dealing with trying to move credit limits around on a Chase Bank, American Express or Barclay card.