Amex Daily Getaways: Stay at a Loews Hotel at a Discount

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Tomorrow’s Daily Getaway promotion (Week 3, Day 2) is offering a discounted rate at many Loews Hotels.

With this offer you can get:

  • 2 Nights in a suite at the Loews Regency New York City for $1,110 (5 available)
  • 2 Nights at a Four Diamond Loews hotel (participating list herefor $350 (20 available)
  • 2 Nights at a Luxury Loews hotel (participating list herefor $275 (16 available)
  • 2 Nights in a suite at the Loews Santa Monica for for $1,110 (5 available)
  • 2 Nights in an oceanview suite at the Loews Miami Beach for $1,110 (5 available)

I personally think the second and third offers are great deals, but would definitely not pay $1,110 for the other three offers (I just do not value a suite at that cost).

For example, I looked up the Loews Hotel in Miami Beach and rates start at about $229 + tax depending on the date, so this can really be a great deal. By using an American Express card, you can score two nights at this hotel for $157.50/night (with no additional cost for tax). I’ve actually heard good things for about this hotel!

You can also stay a weekend at the Loews Boston Back Bay for as low as $247.50 (total for 2 nights). At $123/night including taxes that is a great rate for a nice hotel in one of the best neighborhoods in Boston!

Keep in mind though that the terms & conditions of the voucher state that there are blackout dates, so I’d call the hotel in advance to check this out. These vouchers are valid through June 30, 2015 and will be sent within 10 business days via US mail.

This deal will go on sale at 1pm EST TOMORROW Tuesday June 3rd. Remember, quantities are limited and if you use an Amex credit card you’ll receive 10% off!

You can find out more about the Daily Getaway promotions here.

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