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NAB credit card holders can now earn Accor points towards a hotel stay

A new agreement between the bank’s NAB Rewards program and Accor ALL will add value for members of both programs.

NAB Rewards members can now link their credit card with their Accor ALL loyalty program.

Accor has inked a new partnership with the National Australia Bank which will allow credit card holders to earn Accor ALL loyalty points with their everyday eligible purchases.

Cardholders who are also members of ALL can now link their Accor loyalty accounts to their credit card and, with a few clicks to change their redemption settings, can automatically convert every six NAB Rewards points into one Accor ALL point.

For non-members of ALL, it’s free to join and start earning points, with a minimum of 2,000 points needed for one night at more than 5,400 hotels worldwide.

Points can also be redeemed on a variety of other travel, lifestyle and entertainment experiences around the world including air and train fares, car rental, tickets to concerts and sporting events, culinary experiences and much more.

The new arrangement, used carefully, also allows travellers to ‘triple dip’ on points by strategically using Accor’s other major travel partner, Qantas.

For example, members of NAB Rewards who are also members of Accor ALL and Qantas Frequent Flyer can earn points for all three accounts, if already linked, by using an NAB credit card to purchase a Qantas airfare or an Accor hotel stay.

Accor ALL points can also be earned by dining or enjoying a drink at thousands of participating hotel restaurants and bars around the world.

Accor Pacific CEO, Sarah Derry, said she was pleased to be able to enhance the value proposition to Accor ALL members via the new partnership.

“Our goal is to provide our members with more opportunities to earn and redeem points in meaningful ways, and this partnership is a testament to that commitment,” Derry said.

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Written by: Matt Lennon
Published: 20 November 2023

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