PointsHound awards you frequent flyer miles when booking hotel rooms. Hotels noted as “DoubleUp” let you earn miles through PointsHound in addition to the points you normally earn from the hotel for the stay (along with elite status credit and benefits).

PointsHound usually offers 250 miles extra for your first booking when you’re referred by an existing member.

But through the end of the year my link gets you 1000 miles as the first time bonus. Usually I invite folks to post their own referral link, but in this case mine provides a 4x better bonus.

In addition, PointsHound is also awarding an extra 50% more miles on bookings made by January 1.

Always price compare, there are certainly some folks that have reported some times where PointsHound has shown higher prices than booking direct — though I have also seen PointsHound with (much) lower pricing than I could get elsewhere.


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