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St. Regis 4th night offer stackable with Citi Prestige

St. Regis 4th night offer stackable with Citi Prestige

  1. Anonymous

    Currently, St. Regis is offering a deal where the 4th night is free at any of their properties. Anyone know if this would be stackable if booked with the Citi 4th night free perk? This would essentially bring down the cost of a 4 night stay by 50% (or more).

  2. David W

    In this case, it wouldnt be since your 4th night is free (and should show up as a zero rate for that night). CitiPrestige’s current policy is that specifically, the 4th night rate (plus taxes) are refunded. Had the St Regis promotion been 3rd night free, it would have been stackable with the Citi Prestige’s 4th night free.

    Should you book this later in the year once the new policy takes affect, (refunding average nightly rate for 4 night stays) this is potentially stackable.

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