Club Carlson has a Flash Sale that lasts until 8:59 AM ET tomorrow (June 24, 2014) during which you can buy up to 70,000 Club Carlson Gold Points for 0.4 cents per point.

The sale is billed as a 75% bonus on Gold Points, so you can only buy points in increments of 1,750.

Today’s Flash Sale is about 11% cheaper than the Daily Getaways deal last week that sold out instantly.

I plan to buy the maximum number of 70,000 Gold Points for $280 today because I didn’t get around to it during the last flash sale.

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That 70,000 points will be enough for two nights at the top-tier Club Carlson properties or nearly 16 nights (I’d need 72,000) at Category 1 hotels that dot Europe because I have a Club Carlson credit card that offers one night free on all award bookings of 2+ nights.

That means that Category 1 hotels will cost me $18 per night at these point buying prices and top-tier Category 7 hotels will cost me $140.

For more information on the Club Carlson chart, great deals on the chart, and the last-night-free benefit that makes buying Club Carlson points twice as good, check out last week’s post on the Club Carlson Daily Getaway. While reading, just remember that the points are 11% cheaper today.

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