Buy Priority Club Reward Points for $.006/each – Still Available

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UPDATE: This promotion is sold out.

This morning I speculated that the Daily Getaway promotion of purchasing Priority Club points at 6 cents a piece would sell out within seconds. Well thankfully, I was wrong. While I did not purchase any points, I did check in at 1pm EST on the dot to see if the offer was available and how quickly they would sell out. At one point I received a notice that “All offers are in other people’s carts” or something to that affect. This means that there is no more availability and chances are the offer is selling out soon. However, many people go to purchase the offer and realize they do not want it, or something goes wrong, etc. and after the 6 minutes grace period they have are timed out. The availability that they pulled out then goes back into the pool for someone else to purchase. So lesson learned, keep on pressing that “Buy” button and you might get lucky.

So an hour and 15 minutes later and all 4 offers are still available. You can read more about it in my post from this morning as well.

  • 10,000 Priority Club® points (650 available/130 available during pre-sale)
    • $67, or $60.30 with Amex
    • This means you are purchasing points at 6.7 cents/point (or 6.03 cents/point with Amex card)
  • 25,000 Priority Club® points (120 available/25 available during pre-sale)
    • $167, or $150.30 with Amex
    • This means you are purchasing points at 6.68 cents/point (or 6.012 cents/point with Amex card)
  • 25,000 Priority Club® points (420 available/120 available during pre-sale)
    • $167, or $150.30 with Amex
    • This means you are purchasing points at 6.68 cents/point (or 6.012 cents/point with Amex card)
  • 40,000 Priority Club® points (300 available/75 available during pre-sale)
    • $267, or $240.30 with Amex
    • This means you are purchasing points at 6.675 cents/point (or 6 cents/point with Amex card)

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  1. It is $0.06 and not $0.006. Reminds of that verizon agent who though 0.06 cents and 0.06 dollars is one and the same.

  2. Dead as a doornail. Absolutely clueless execution on this one by Priority Club and Daily Getaways. If you’re not a Priority Club member you have to sign up and the link to the page they provide doesn’t work (after you waste 3 minutes filling out the application). Had to go to Priority Club and use the standard method to actually sign up. Then when you actually go to buy the points it’s sold out but they don’t tell you this up front, just throw up a message at the very end that something is broken.

  3. Decimal confusion is why I prefer to talk about points in cost per 1,000 points. $6.00 per 1,000 points.

  4. I had the chance to purchase and made it to the page to enter the address. It only takes US addresses so I timed out and let it go. I see it wasn’t SUCH a good deal, but when will they have promotions for others besides those in the states?

  5. Garrido is right or think this way

    10,000 points cost $67.00—–sixty seven$
    1000 points cost $6.70 — six dollars an 70 cents
    100 points cost $0.67—–sixty seven cents
    10 points cost $ 0.067–less than seven cents
    1 point cost $0.006— less then one cent

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