Accor and NAB launch new points partnership
New credit card holders can enjoy a fast-track to Gold or Silver by staying just one night.
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With hotel chain Accor joining as a new partner, NAB customers have a new way to enjoy rewards. You can now transfer NAB Rewards points to Accor Live Limitless and even take out a new NAB Rewards credit card with bonus points and a status fast-track upgrade every year.
Those with NAB Rewards points up their sleeve can now put them towards hotel stays. Swap 6 NAB Rewards points for 1 Accor Live Limitless (ALL) point through weekly auto-transfers, or increments of 3,000 NAB rewards points to 500 ALL points via manual transfers. That rate seems high, but don’t forget that ALL points have a fixed cash value of roughly 3.3 cents each, which is quite valuable.
In Accor Live Limitless, 2,000 points = €40 (~AU$66) off your hotel bill.
Accor Pacific CEO, Sarah Derry, says the partnership with NAB offers members of ALL an even more rewarding loyalty experience.
Our goal is to provide our members with more opportunities to earn and redeem points in meaningful ways, and this partnership is a testament to that commitment.– Sarah Derry, Accor Pacific CEO, 21 November 2023
NAB launches Accor offer on Rewards credit cards
NAB also offers a fast-track to Accor Live Limitless Gold or Silver status when you take out a Rewards Platinum or Rewards Signature card. Gold is a decent ‘sweet spot’ for regular travellers as it confers benefits such as room upgrades, drinks on arrival and a late check-out.
The NAB Rewards Signature card offers 20,000 ALL points in the first year and 10,000 ALL points in the second year, worth a combined €600 or ~AU$1,000 when redeemed on hotel stays. But the biggest drawcard is ALL Gold status when you stay just one night before 31 December each year you hold the card.
Similarly, the lower-tier NAB Rewards Platinum card offers up to 20,000 ALL points across two years, worth €400 or ~AU$666 if used on hotels. You’ll also earn ALL Silver status just by staying one night each year as long as you continue to hold the card.
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