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Free Regus Business World Gold Card Offer at Regus

UPDATE: Check the small print 4. Memberships will be automatically renewed at the end of each term unless cancelled by the member in writing. Monthly memberships can be cancelled
at anytime after 90 days by giving 90 days written notice on the 1st day of any calendar month thereafter. For non-monthly memberships written notice
must be received at least 90 days before the end date of the agreed term.

What: Use your Priority Club Rewards Number to get Regus Business Gold status.

  • Unlimited, walk-in access to any of our 1000 global business lounges and cafés, with complimentary internet and refreshments.
  • Preferred rates on meeting rooms, day offices and video-conferencing at all Regus locations.
  • Access to professional administrative support, from packing and shipping to document printing and binding.

Also earn extra Priority Club Rewards Points:

  • Get a 1 month free on a Regus full time office agreement and 30,000 Priority Club points
  • Get 1 month free on any Regus Virtual Office program and 10,000 Priority Club points.

Where: Worldwide

When: Starts today!

How: Sign up here

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  1. David
    May 20th, 2010 at 04:36 | #1

    Has anyone tried this one? Is it really “free”, or will you eventually get charged for the service?

  2. admin
    May 20th, 2010 at 04:40 | #2

    I’ve currently got a free Regus Business Gold card via another partner, I expect it will last a year and then they will try and charge me to renew it. At that point I will apply for this one! So in answer to your question it really is free.

  3. David
    May 20th, 2010 at 07:55 | #3

    Thanks for the reply! And also thanks for the brillant website! Could you perhaps share your experiences with Regus? They say on the webpage that the card gives access to business lounges, but I can’t really see where?

  4. admin
    May 20th, 2010 at 08:09 | #4

    In the UK the FlagShip lounge isin Berkeley Square, London but it gets packed out (mainly with European recruitment consultants) as they give out so many free Gold cards.

    Handy for a coffee and free internet access. Not ideal for a confidential chat – that’s when they up-sell you to a meeting room!

    Just search for any property on the Regus website and then scroll down to the “On Site” section and look for “Business Lounge”.

    EG: http://www.regus.co.uk/locations/US/NY/NewYorkCity/NewYorkNewYorkCityChryslerBuilding.htm?product=offices

  5. Joerg
    May 20th, 2010 at 14:04 | #5

    Did anyone called Regus about the 10.000 or 30.000 points offer? Will they try to sell some kind of subscription (I could not imagine that they will give the points for free)? Next to this, how many details of your company they want to know and is it possible to apply as an “normal” employee? Thanks for any feedback and also thank you unknown admin for this great website! 😉

  6. admin
    May 25th, 2010 at 08:40 | #6

    Both the 10k and 30k deals require you to take up annual agreements – although there might be a cooling off period.

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