Le Club Accorhotels members can collect up to 10,000 bonus Le Club points from just three hotel stays at brands including Sofitel, Pullman, Novotel and Mercure, and can go in the draw to win a million more.
Stay just once for two nights or more and that's 1,000 easy bonus points, do the same again and add another 4,000 bonus points to the pile, and a further 5,000 points after your third two-night stay.
That's valid for bookings made by May 31 for stays through August 31 2015, wherever your travels may take you.
Added to the mix, every eligible Accor stay in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji before November 30 2015 gets one entry into the draw to win that impressive prize of one million Accor Le Club points.
Those million points are equal to a whopping €20,000 (A$28,179) in hotel credit... the only catch? Any stays at Ibis Budget hotels and the Novotel Coffs Harbour Pacific Bay Resort won't get you an entry into the draw.
Accor Le Club members can also convert their Le Club points into Qantas Frequent Flyer points in multiples of 4,000 – 4,000 Le Club points = 4,000 Qantas Frequent Flyer points – although if you're lucky enough to win the million, you'll need to redeem those points for accommodation only.
Both promotions are open to all members of Le Club, whether at the Classic, Silver, Gold or top-tier Platinum level after registering for each deal separately on the Accor website – here for the 10,000 bonus points, and here for the chance to win a million.
A previous version of this article noted that you could convert the winnings of one million Le Club points into one million Qantas Points. While Qantas is an Accor partner, QFF points transfers aren't permitted on points gained from this particular prize.
Also read: The Le Club Accorhotels program for Aussie travellers
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17 May 2015
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This was such an easy offer to claim. I already had hotels booked so I just cancelled and rebooked the same rooms at the same price. The 10,000 points are already in my account! Two of the bookings were $40 a night rooms so essentially I was staying for free.