1,000 Bonus Miles from PointsHound for 3-Night Stay

PointsHound is offering new and existing customers an extra 1,000 airline miles or points when they book a three-night stay by April 1. They want customers to try out their premium concierge service — I’ve written about it before — which helps create a smoother check-in experience by confirming your loyalty program account number, room preferences, arrival time, and any other pertinent details.

PointsHound concierge promo

The great thing about PointsHound is it’s so easy to earn extra airline miles on hotels you would reserve anyway.

  • Thousands of properties around the world, just like you would find on Expedia or Orbitz
  • A low price guarantee on standard rates so you know you’re getting a good deal
  • Special “Double Up” rates that are guaranteed to earn you elite qualifying stay credit and elite benefits at your favorite chains
  • Access to some promotional rates, like AAA, through the Double Up program
  • More miles for frequent customers — the more you book the more you earn on each stay!

PointsHound allows you to earn miles or points with American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines, and even Bitcoin — among others. I’ve written about it more than once, so I’ll let you check out those reviews for more details on how it works.

The current promotion is good for new and existing customers, but if you still need to sign up, you can use my referral link — we’ll each earn some extra miles and you’ll get an automatic boost to Level 2 for more miles with every reservation.

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Scott created Travel Codex after learning how to travel better on a budget during grad school. He now flies over 150,000 miles every year.
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  • MDR

    Do you know (or can you find out) whether this offer good on existing reservations booked before the promo announcement?

    • Scottrick

      I don’t believe it is, but you can check if it’s possible to cancel and rebook your stay.

  • Ren

    Tom, agree, but i would go way far, Delta mies program don’t belong to any of those charts, its JOKE!
    Since I fly mostly international, I was forced to stop using Delta on
    my trips, and also going to cancel my credit cards linked to Delta.
    TRY to book at any time of the year, months in advance to your trip, get a single ticket using miles for a International flight, with a regular
    premium on coach or business, like you can do any day on AA or United, its impossible, DELTA PROGRAM IS A JOKE.