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AMEX Gift Card for Hotel Stays

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AMEX Gift Card for Hotel Stays

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Expiry:
March 1, 2023
Retailer:
Tourism Richmond, BC
Receive an AMEX gift card valued between $75-125 for a one night stay when booking with the website, and for additional $50 for every night thereafter (max 3 nights)

Stay must be between January 11 – March 12, 2023. Booking must be made by March 1, 2023. Guests will receive one AMEX gift offer per booking (not per night).

"You may choose to use your gift card towards your hotel room expense upon check-in. If you do not choose to use your gift card towards your hotel room expense, you must pay for your hotel room(s) in full prior to receiving your gift card. Please note ID must match hotel booking."

T&C: https://www.visitrichmondbc.com/hotel-o ... onditions/
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soymilkslam wrote: Please hold off on booking right now. The booking site is experiencing a technical issue. The offer rates are not yet active.

I will update this post once the issue is resolved.
You work for them ...?
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cahk wrote: You work for them ...?
I help manage the hotel bookings for this particular offer. This is my personal account - I am not here in any official capacity. However, I will stay around to help answer questions.

For any inquiries containing any personal data (booking cancellations, date changes) please reach Tourism Richmond team through the contact form https://www.visitrichmondbc.com/contact-us/
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Mar 6, 2019
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When does this become active? i was actually looking for some rooms at RR Richmond but it doesn't seem as the AMEX promo is being applied or mentioned anywhere when booking.
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Nice, I'll bookmark this deal. Might visit Vancouver from the Island to take my kid to the Zoo and wife to iKea sometime in march if we get a nice sunny weekend.
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yesdeals wrote: When does this become active? i was actually looking for some rooms at RR Richmond but it doesn't seem as the AMEX promo is being applied or mentioned anywhere when booking.
Please check back here tonight. The programming team is working on it. I will update post #2 once the offer is live
Last edited by soymilkslam on Jan 11th, 2023 5:03 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Don’t bring her to the check in counter if you know what I mean.
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Sep 14, 2010
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Whitby
awww, planning to go there in April and May....
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Aug 2, 2010
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Dang I booked already, will have to cancel and rebook I guess.
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chongb wrote: Don’t bring her to the check in counter if you know what I mean.
I mean... which App do you use? Winking Face
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I grew up here, this town has its charm that I couldn't imagine living anywhere else in Vancouver.

If you need some local directions, I can definitely offer some suggestions.
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They got one of these for Whistler by any chance? Im going for a boarding trip in two weeks.

Also anyone reading these that knows any discounts/tips? thank you in advance
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mark_98 wrote: They got one of these for Whistler by any chance? Im going for a boarding trip in two weeks.

Also anyone reading these that knows any discounts/tips? thank you in advance
Whistler is a tourist spot, winter is the peak time and hotel alone is like $250-$300 a night on avg; they rarely have huge discounts. I can only think of Costco may carry some prepaid tickets but that's hugely YMMV because it's not always available.
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mark_98 wrote: They got one of these for Whistler by any chance? Im going for a boarding trip in two weeks.

Also anyone reading these that knows any discounts/tips? thank you in advance
Take the Skylynx to Whistler direct from YVR airport!
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panditji wrote: Nice, I'll bookmark this deal. Might visit Vancouver from the Island to take my kid to the Zoo and wife to iKea sometime in march if we get a nice sunny weekend.
Ironically...Ikea is also a zoo...
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If im reading this correctly, does this mean i need to make a separate booking each night, for a max of 3 nights?

Might give it a try for a short trip to BC.
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yesdeals wrote: might as well visit costco too for the trifecta lol
Places I would avoid on the weekend:

- Costco
- Ikea
- Hazelbridge/No.3/Cambie/Alderbridge area

In terms of eateries, there are a few spots in various food court are exceedingly good and reasonably priced.
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dubjk wrote: If im reading this correctly, does this mean i need to make a separate booking each night, for a max of 3 nights?

Might give it a try for a short trip to BC.
No, you can make up to three separate bookings each with up to three nights.

If you make multiple single night bookings that are consecutive, they will be treated as a single multi night booking for the purpose of calculating your eligible gift cards. Plus you will be flagged as reaching the maximum three booking limit for this offer.

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