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Ridiculous Priority Club Facebook Post

What: Priority Club have their own Facebook profile which is generally used to push the “wonderfulness” of Priority Club, yet this post is probably illegal in the UK as even with the required points no Hotel is going to give you the top suite unless you are very special to them!

How: Visit the Priority Club Facebook Page

PC FB Post


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  1. haha
    March 5th, 2013 at 23:24 | #1

    ridiculous will have more viral forward. serious is as boring as wash water.

  2. UKPlat
    March 6th, 2013 at 01:56 | #2

    Totally agree! Have reported the photo to FB

  3. membersince1995
    March 6th, 2013 at 06:52 | #3

    You could have stayed at this hotel, not this suite, for 30,000 points last year. But now with the latest devaluation of our points it will set you back 50,000 points. Thats like going into your local bank to check on your 1 millon dollar nest egg one day and finding out that it’s suddenly worth only 600,000. This is shortly after PCR/IHG’s marketing campaign berating Hilton Honors for doing the exact same thing to their loyal customers

  4. bob
    March 7th, 2013 at 10:18 | #4

    This is very funny, they even sent me an email begging for me to vote for them for awards….that backfired.

  5. yup
    March 7th, 2013 at 22:40 | #5

    I received the same email asking for my help in voting them #1.
    Wonder how many people have actually left Priority Club? Not that many are complaining on there facebook page, a few people who comment regularly….. hopefully a silent mass is speaking up by staying at other hotels. It’s sad, I liked Priority Club and felt a loyalty toward them, the hotels I stayed at on business were slightly higher in price and not as nice as other chains but I put up with that knowing I could reward my family with a nice vacation for a few days each year at a hotel I loved to stay in at the beach. Makes me feel like a family member that has just been told I don’t mean as much to them anymore.

  6. Pat Staunton
    March 8th, 2013 at 09:23 | #6

    Regardless of the changes, I still feel it it is the best program available. I am almost always upgraded to the best room in the hotel. I recently paid for the least expensive rate at a Crowne Plaza in Jacksonville, Fl. and I was upgraded to a two bedroomn suite, jacuzzi tub, and beautiful views of the city and the St. John’s River. Although the room was not as glamorous as the room in the photo, it was very impressive and the view was the best.

  7. Tony
    March 10th, 2013 at 09:28 | #7

    @Pat Staunton
    I can’t agree more I too stayed at that crown got an upgrade and I generally get upgrades eveywhere

  8. Dan
    March 13th, 2013 at 21:57 | #8

    @Admin … Still waiting for an e-mail from you

  9. admin
    March 17th, 2013 at 17:19 | #9

    You have mail ;-)

  10. Tom Baker
    March 29th, 2013 at 09:24 | #10

    I think you have to take everything in perspective, you see car ads with a price shown, yet you look closer and the car shown isn’t the one in the picture, it’s far more expensive! PC awards are the best available, until someone offers a better one it’s the one to be with. Upgrades are great but it’s points that count. I just hope that Elite status will continue to be earned as opposed to being given away. I’ve stayed away a lot to become a Platinum member, I don’t think it’s fair to be able to achieve that level other than by the amount of stays you make.

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  1. March 6th, 2013 at 05:06 | #1