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Citi prestige 4th night no longer stackable with other promos

Citi prestige 4th night no longer stackable with other promos

  1. Anonymous

    Hi,

    Today I wanted to use the Citi Prestige 4th night free for a booking to be combined using SPG third night free promo code, which I have done 3 times in the past two years. However, today I was informed that the 4th night free is no longer stackable with any other promo codes as they have changed the booking agent to Citi from CWT. They said CWT has allowed this in the past but the Citi concerige does not allow combining discount codes.

    Is this true and in line with what you and others have experienced lately?

    If this is true, this benefit is no longer as lucrative as before…

    Thanks!!

  2. Gaurav

    Yes it is true. In the past the card would rebate the specific cost of the fourth night which did not affect the pricing on the other nights. It now rebates the average rate of the stay.

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