MasterCard and The Leading Hotels of the World to Offer Cardholders Special Benefits

MasterCard and The Leading Hotels of the World announced an agreement to provide MasterCard cardholders offers at participating hotels globally. As the largest luxury hotel collection, with more than 430 of the world’s greatest properties in over 80 countries, Leading Hotels is uniquely aligned with MasterCard’s Priceless Cities program to offer memorable travel experiences.

All MasterCard cardholders have access to exclusive Leading Hotels of the World promotions. For example, cardholders booking a five-night stay through participating Leading Hotels of the World pay for four nights and receive the fifth night free. “The collaboration with Leading Hotels is yet another example of how we seek out unique, Priceless experiences for our cardholders,” said Elizabeth Wolgemuth, Senior Vice President Global Merchant Marketing, MasterCard Worldwide. “And with summer travel heating up, we’re providing more reasons for our cardholders to take a vacation.”

Benjamin Collier, Senior Director Brand Marketing, The Leading Hotels of the World affirmed, “We’re thrilled to announce this new global alliance. MasterCard cardholders frequently travel the world, and when they do, we’d like to reward them for staying at Leading Hotels where they will enjoy one-of-a-kind experiences, in Priceless cities both local and abroad.”

The Leading Hotels of the World offers will be available initially to registrants of Priceless Cities throughout the U.S. and within additional Priceless cities globally shortly thereafter.

MasterCard’s Priceless Cities program offers cardholders who sign up for the program access to handpicked experiences and offers not only in their home cities, but also in cities around the world. Such experiences include exclusive access to concerts, theatre, restaurants, museums, and sporting events around the world. The program is currently available in 15 cities across the globe, including New York, Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Toronto and Buenos Aires.

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