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-- tension travelers the next time he stated big name hotel it's going to cost you.
Changes at three major hotel -- -- it's going to be more costly for travelers to book rooms using reward points.
Hilton may area and start what have all announced they will raise the number of points needed to stay at many of their property.
They're devaluing the currency the points if you would that you earned as a frequent guest and by devaluing those points need more points to get a steady.
And therefore -- to stay more and spend more.
To get your free nights Hilton will nearly double the points needed to stay at its most popular locations during peak seasons.
Mary -- will increase the points needed to stay at more than a thousand of its hotels in the US and abroad.
Starwood owns luxury chains including the -- and W hotels.
The company's change -- one of its popular programs its hiking the points and cash -- needed to stay at the majority of its hotels by 25%.
So the -- and -- work harder and -- get more room revenue as a result of that.
Travel expert Mark Murphy says to travel off -- to get the most out of your devalued points like it's cheaper to travel and pay the dollars.
It's cheaper to use the points and blue link to they want to just give you because -- -- day.
They're not gonna sell some of those room nights -- says hiring a travel agent does not a bad idea to help you navigate through the hotel rewards wilderness.
Traveling until sixty to 70% of -- cruises -- -- -- 60% of all international airline tickets.
And they are great service provider to give you -- high touch.
Married to the high tac -- says changes to its rewards program we'll open up international locations and upgraded rooms like sweets to more members.
-- -- as the changes are based on hotel popularity and pricing changes in various markets in New York Brenda Buttner Fox News.
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