SAS brings hotels into frequent flyer program

EuroBonus members can earn extra points at Worldhotels properties

Scandinavian Airlines’ frequent flyer program EuroBonus has brought in a new partner, Worldhotels. This means EuroBonus members – currently close to three million of them – can now earn 500 points for “qualifying stays” at around 500 hotels in 65 countries around the world. Ostensibly to celebrate the airline’s 20th birthday, EuroBonus members will be able to earn 500 extra points per night (up to 1500 extra points per stay) at any Worldhotels property until May 20. Members will also be able to obtain bonus points through activities such as future double or triple points offers.
Worldhotels is one of the world’s biggest groups of four- and five-star independent hotels, 18 of which are in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway.
[pictured: Hotell Liseberg Heden; photo courtesy Worldhotels]


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