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1 Oct 2015

Agoda.com : How to redeem your rewards points ?

Tutorial [教程] • 01 OCTOBER 2015
There are many website to book your travel hotel. But I always choose Agoda.com because I have additional 7% discount off if I use my UOB Platinum Cards. If you don;t have the UOB Platinum Card you may use all UOB Cards and get 5% discount. 
Before you proceed further if this is your first time booking hotel with Agoda.com remember to sign up to be a member. Once you are a member you will receive rewards point from Agoda.

Once you are a member you can check out your rewards point. The Agoda Rewards Program makes it easy for you to earn Rewards Points for reservations made through Agoda Travel Network sites. With over 600,000 properties in more than 55,000 cities worldwide, the Agoda Rewards Program offers you a great selection of hotels where you can redeem your Rewards Points.


Check out your rewards points - mine going to expire on the 31st December 2015 - Redeem before it expires. 

Note: A minimum of 12,500 redeemed points is required for a standard hotel reservation for all members.
Premier members must redeem according to the following redemption scale.


Remember to login into your Agoda Account

After choosing your room, you will automatically continue to the step named “Your Booking Details”. 
At this step, log into your account from the section named “Agoda Members Login”. 


Click on the Agoda Rewards Point

Once you’ve logged in, select the number of points you would like to redeem. 
Finally, click the “Update Amount” button to get your booking value discounted. 
Note that you need at least 12,500 points to redeem them for booking.


The last name of the guest must match the last name of the account owner. 

Note that you cannot redeem reward points on hotels that display the following message “Agoda will not charge your credit card for this booking. You will be charged by the hotel directly in the local currency.”. In this case, you are required to pay at the hotel.



You must redeem reward points only before completing a booking.

I used points for booking. Will my points be refunded if I cancel it? 
If you cancel your booking before the cancellation due date specified in the confirmation email, the points used for the booking will be fully refunded.
If you cancel your booking after the cancellation due date specified in the confirmation email, the points you used for the booking will be refunded according to the cancellation policy of your booking.
If you cancel a non-refundable booking, the points you used for the booking will not be refunded.

How can I earn points and how many points do I earn for each booking? 
You earn points by booking a hotel on the Agoda website or on the Agoda mobile applications.
The amount of earned points is based on the value that is charged to your credit card, depending on your membership level
    - Premium members earn 20 reward points for every USD charged to their credit card.
    - Elite members earn 31.25 reward points for every USD charged to their credit card.
In order to earn points you need to both
    - Log into your account by entering a valid username and password.
    - Have made a booking with Agoda before April 1st 2014

Do I earn points for Book Now Pay Later bookings?
Yes, bookings made under Book Now Pay Later policy are eligible to reward points.



Choose the rewards point- click on it and ensure it shows "Rewards Saving" 

How long does it take before my Agoda Reward Points are credited to my account? 
Reward Points are credited to your account 30 days after you check out the hotel.

How long are my Rewards Points valid for? 
Agoda Reward Points are valid for almost 2 years: points earned any month in the present year will all expire 31st December of the following year. 
Expired points cannot be reinstated and will be deleted from your account.

When you shop with Agoda Malaysia, you can now save even more when you make your booking through ShopBack MY. ShopBack is a cashback site that gives you money back when you shop from stores like Agoda, AirAsia, Expedia, Groupon and more. For Agoda bookings above $50USD (RM220) you get RM40 cashback and for bookings below $50USD (RM220) you'll get 5% cashback. Head to ShopBack now to get the best deals on travel.

7 comments:

  • Small Kucing

    yup...have book through agoda before and received point and discounts too

  • JJ Jaws

    hi..i've became an Agoda member. but i've never receive reward point after my booking. Cant view also reward point link after signing up.

  • CQUEK

    You earn points by booking a hotel on the Agoda website or on the Agoda mobile applications.

    The amount of earned points is based on the value that is charged to your credit card, depending on your membership level
    - Premium members earn 20 reward points for every USD charged to their credit card.
    - Elite members earn 31.25 reward points for every USD charged to their credit card.

    In order to earn points you need to both
    - Log into your account by entering a valid username and password.
    - Have made a booking with Agoda before April 1st 2014

  • Anonymous

    Love Agoda - best choices and prices for Asia - but their website needs help. The Redeem Points option does not show up; either if I log in immediately or wait until the booking info page as this How To suggests. Very frustrating. It's like they don't want to let you use the points you earn.

  • Anonymous

    Nowhere on the site to log in and find out how many points you have they are becoming like the rest of these rip off companies that make it really easy to sign up but really hard to cancel ..I guess it's a good business tactic to make money but will now search for some of the other providers that are more user friendly and up straight shooters

  • Anonymous

    same as the above....poor web site , can't find my rewards page...

  • Anonymous

    it really aggravating, my points are keep expiring on Agoda,yet I cannot use my points despite several complaint with Agoda, i still cannot see the option to use rewards point on payment page

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