Radisson Hotels’ free-to-join loyalty program, Radisson Rewards, provides competitive earnings rates for hotel stays (with Radisson or its partners) and other purchases. Cardholders may enjoy points-for-stay benefits like free in-hotel internet and breakfast as well as using their points to buy gift cards or prepaid cards – however this redemption option typically does not offer as great an experience as redeeming for an award night.
Radisson Rewards cardholders can redeem points not only for free nights, but also car rentals and meeting and event bookings – typically the best value due to being so flexible. Furthermore, some airlines allow users to transfer points, although their value depends on your travel goals and which airline it comes from.
Consider both your travel habits and annual fees before signing up for a Radisson Rewards credit card. A card with lower annual fees may prove more worthwhile, especially if it offers greater earnings potential than its Radisson Rewards Visa counterpart in total spending. If unsure, look for one offering strong earning rates as well as a generous anniversary points bonus that provides value beyond twice its annual fee; then take advantage of all other opportunities for earning and redeeming Radisson Rewards points.