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Promo Advance Notice : Earn Sheraton Free Weekend Nights - 9Jul-30Sep 15

Promo Advance Notice : Earn Sheraton Free Weekend Nights - 9Jul-30Sep 15

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Old Jun 18, 15, 11:38 pm   -   Wikipost
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Earn a free Sheraton weekend night for every five Sheraton nights you stay from July 9th Sept 30th 2015.

You can earn up to 3 free nights that can be combined, and can be used at any Sheraton hotel or resort (all Categories 1-7) through December 13th 2015.

Promo details :
http://www.spgpromos.com/sheraton/?E...inkId=14962599

T&Cs, including the list of excluded properties :
http://www.spgpromos.com/sheraton/te...reeWeekends_CS

List of ALL Sheraton properties :
http://www.starwoodhotels.com/prefer...brandFilter=SI

Registration starts July 9.
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Old Jun 19, 15, 3:37 am
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Originally Posted by Oxon Flyer View Post
I think we need some clarification. The wording of the promo and T&Cs is rather confusing and contradictory :

Earning :


Redeeming :


Note the absence of the word "participating", which always features when there's a list of non-participating properties.

It's not clear to me whether the list of non-participating properties refers to earning, or redeeming, or both.
Hi Oxon Flyer,

All properties that fall under the Sheraton brand are indeed included for earning and redemption for this promotion. However, Luxury Collection properties with Sheraton in their name are not included in this promotion.

Hope this information helps.

Best Regards,

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Old Jun 19, 15, 7:37 am
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So, I've got a booking 7/5 - 7/11. I'm curious to know what part of that stay, if any, counts towards that. Not clear in the T&C.
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Old Jun 19, 15, 8:37 am
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Thanks for the clarification Christina. ^

I've added the link which displays the full list of all Sheraton properties to the Wiki at the head of the thread.
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Old Jun 19, 15, 9:09 am
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Originally Posted by jb3t View Post
So, I've got a booking 7/5 - 7/11. I'm curious to know what part of that stay, if any, counts towards that. Not clear in the T&C.
Saw this in the T&C.

Bookings made prior to the promotion period are eligible, but only eligible stays consumed during the promotion period will earn the promotional Award.

Still not clear though, let's wait for the FAQ when registration opens.
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Old Jun 22, 15, 3:42 pm
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Originally Posted by jb3t View Post
So, I've got a booking 7/5 - 7/11. I'm curious to know what part of that stay, if any, counts towards that. Not clear in the T&C.
Only the nights that fall within the promotion dates are going to count. So, in this scenario 7/9 and 7/10 would earn 2 qualifying Sheraton nights, assuming that all other tenets of the offer are met.

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Old Jun 23, 15, 12:43 am
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Originally Posted by SportsTech View Post
It DOES include at least one Sheraton-branded genuinely luxury hotel - the Cervo in Costa Smeralda - but most of the Starwood Luxury Collection hotels are not branded "Sheraton".

Not true. ITC Maurya Sheraton (where President Obama stays) in New Delhi is a luxury collection hotel and ITC Mughal Sheraton in Agra where the Taj is a luxury collection resort.
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Old Jun 23, 15, 10:31 am
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Originally Posted by Montreal View Post
Not true. ITC Maurya Sheraton (where President Obama stays) in New Delhi is a luxury collection hotel and ITC Mughal Sheraton in Agra where the Taj is a luxury collection resort.
To be more precise, only 4 of the 111 hotels listed as Luxury Collection properties in the global brand directory are identified as Sheraton. Most people would agree that's "most".

FYI, the ITC Luxury Collection hotels in India are not branded Sheraton any more, they dropped that branding a while ago. There IS a Sheraton New Delhi and it is operated by ITC but it is not part of the Luxury Collection as of this posting. The ITC Maurya and Agra are not Sheratons now, just Luxury Collection.

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Old Jun 30, 15, 7:24 pm
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If I book 3 rooms would all three count towards Sheraton promo?

Read through Terms and doesn't seem to mention anything about multiple nights booked one way or the other.
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Old Jul 1, 15, 1:18 am
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Originally Posted by jredmond02 View Post
If I book 3 rooms would all three count towards Sheraton promo?

Read through Terms and doesn't seem to mention anything about multiple nights booked one way or the other.
Hi jredmond02,

If the stay is meets all the T&Cs of the promotion and the hotel post your stay as 3 separate stays, it will be counted for.

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Old Jul 7, 15, 1:56 pm
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So how about Four Points by Sheraton?
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Old Jul 7, 15, 2:07 pm
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Originally Posted by fakeman View Post
So how about Four Points by Sheraton?
Thanks for asking, but they are not participating in this offer.

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Old Jul 8, 15, 3:12 am
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Originally Posted by jredmond02 View Post
If I book 3 rooms would all three count towards Sheraton promo?

Read through Terms and doesn't seem to mention anything about multiple nights booked one way or the other.
Originally Posted by Starwood Lurker IV View Post
Hi jredmond02,

If the stay is meets all the T&Cs of the promotion and the hotel post your stay as 3 separate stays, it will be counted for.

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so if i understand this correctly then an upcoming 3 night stay of mine where i have booked 2 rooms would get me a total of 2 stays & 6 nights credit....so this would get me a free weekend sheraton night????
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Old Jul 8, 15, 4:05 am
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Originally Posted by Keyser View Post
so if i understand this correctly then an upcoming 3 night stay of mine where i have booked 2 rooms would get me a total of 2 stays & 6 nights credit....so this would get me a free weekend sheraton night????
Hi Keyser,

Yes, if you fulfill all the tenets of the offer and the hotel posts each room as a separate transaction, you would have 6 nights accumulated towards Sheraton Free Weekends.

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Old Jul 8, 15, 4:20 am
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Originally Posted by Starwood Lurker III View Post
Hi Keyser,

Yes, if you fulfill all the tenets of the offer and the hotel posts each room as a separate transaction, you would have 6 nights accumulated towards Sheraton Free Weekends.

Best Regards,

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thanks for the confirmation christina....
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Old Jul 9, 15, 1:44 am
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Originally Posted by Starwood Lurker III View Post
...if the hotel posts each room as a separate transaction
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I've only booked two rooms once, but am about to be in the same situation again soon. How often are the stays not posted as the same transaction?! I assume this is something a quick phone call could resolve if needed, no?
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