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General questions
What are reward points?

Reward points are credits you can earn and spend on a future Myhotelapartment booking. This is a great way for you to travel for free, all you have to do is send a review or recommendation, facebook friends request, or book a place using Myhotelapartment and we will add credits to your Myhotelapartment account.

How can I start earning reward points?

Sign up or login to Myhotelapartment and send a review or recommendation, facebook friends request, or book a place and we will automatically add reward point credits to your account.

How much can I earn?

Earn: €20 the first time you book a place

Earn: €20 for every friend you invite that book’s a place

Earn: €7 on the first booking of every friend you invite that host a place

Earn: €3 for the first review or recommendation you send

Earn: €3 for the first facebook friends request you send

How can I start earning reward points?

Sign up or login to Myhotelapartment and send a review or recommendation, facebook friends request, or book a place and we will automatically add reward point credits to your account.

Can I spend my credits on any property I rent?

Yes your reward point credits can be used to pay for any place that’s listed and booked on our website.

When should I use my credits?

You can start spending your credits the moment they are in your account, just login to your Myhotelapartment account and access your credits from your dashboard.

Is there a time limit on when I should use them?

You have up to 6 months to use your reward point credits on any booking you make through our website.

Is there a limit on how many credits I can earn?

You can earn up to €80 in total to add towards your next booking.

Start inviting your friends and family, or send a review or recommendation and earn enough credits to pay for your next booking!

Please note: We reserve the right to cancel reward point credits in the event of fraud.

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