Radisson Points Value Calculator: How Much Are They Worth?

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Find out how much your Radisson Rewards Points are worth on average in cash when redeemed for free nights, gift cards, airport services, and more.
Last Updated 2022-05-13 By R.Flowers III

The best value of Radisson Rewards Points will come from redeeming them for free nights at Radisson brand hotels. The Point Calculator calculate Radisson Points to be worth 0.4 cents per point meaning that 10,000 points has a rough cash value of $40.

How much are Radisson points worth?

The Point Calculator values Radisson Points at 0.4 cents each on average meaning that 10,000 points is roughly equal to $40 in value. This is the easiest value you can obtain with little to no research before booking your free night stays at Radisson brand hotels.

Radisson points value

Redemption Point Value (in cents)
Award Nights 0.4
Priority Pass 0.19
Donations 0.16
Gift Cards 0.14

Redeeming points for free nights

The best value of Radisson Rewards Points will be when you use them for free nights at Radisson brand hotels. This will typically give you an average value of around 0.4 cents per point, but it's possible to get more or less depending on the hotel.

Like most other hotel rewards programs, Radisson does not have an award chart. This means that you will not know the value of your points until you start booking your stay.

So when redeeming points, you'll need to run the calculations for each hotel that you're willing to stay at to see if it offers you good value. You can toggle the See Prices In option at the top of the search page to toggle between currency, points + currency, and points.

Let's take a look at the Radisson Hotel Dallas North-Addison hotel in Texas.

The cash price for the room is $140.06, the award cost is 30,000 points, and the cash+points cost is 89.40 and 10,000 points.

The award redemption will give your Radisson Points a value of 0.46 cents each while the cash+points will give your points a value of 0.5 cents per point. Both options are solid choices that offer good value.

Transferring points to airline partners

Radisson Rewards Points can be transferred to over 20 partners at a 10:1 ratio. This means every 10,000 points you transfer will give you 1,000 airline miles.

This isn't the best use of Radisson Rewards points, but it can be a decent option if you need to top off one of your frequent flyer programs and you don't wish to buy airline miles or wait to earn more.

List of Radisson transfer partners

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Other ways to redeem Radisson points

Outside of free nights and point transfers, you can redeem your points for in-room charges, gift cards, a TSA PreCheck application fee, and prepaid cards. You can also donate points to charity.

Express awards

You can use Radisson Rewards Points towards purchases made at the hotel which includes:

  • In-hotel food & beverage
  • Laundry
  • In-room movie
  • Parking
  • Room upgrade
  • Spa
  • Meetings & events
  • Local experiences

The value you get out of these will vary and hotels may offer different awards based on location. You'll want to check with the front desk to see which Express Awards are available when visiting a hotel.

Gift cards

Redeeming your Radisson Rewards Points for gift cards will give you a value of 0.138 to 0.147 depending on the denomination. The $100 denomination offers the best value.

Denomination Cost In Points Point Value
$10 Gift Cards 7,000 Points 0.142 Cents
$25 Gift Cards 18,000 Points 0.138 Cents
$50 Gift Cards 34,000 Points 0.147 Cents
$100 Gift Cards 67,000 Points 0.149 Cents

Not all denominations for any given gift card may be available.

Redeem points for prepaid Visa cards

Radisson Rewards Points can be redeemed for Radisson Prepaid Visa Cards which are accepted anywhere VISA is accepted. You can pick up these Prepaid cards in denominations of $25, $50, and $100 each for 20,000 points, 35,000 points, and 67,000 points respectively.

The $100 prepaid Visa will give you the most value of 0.149 cents per point whereas the $25 gift card will give you the lowest value of 0.125 cents per point.

Use points for TSA PreCheck

You can redeem 65,000 points towards an application for TSA PreCheck. If approved, you'll be able to coast through security for 5 years.

TSA PreCheck normally costs $85, so redeeming 65,000 Radisson Rewards points to cover the fee would give your points a value of 0.13 cents each.

You can donate your Radisson Rewards Points to several charities and foundations. Those charities are:

  • American Red Cross
  • First Climate

The starting redemption value varies, but they all offer the same point value of 0.16 cents per point.

Convert Radisson points to dollars

Use the Radisson Points Value Calculator to determine the average cash value of your Radisson Points when used for free nights, gift cards, and more. This will give you an idea of how much your points are worth on average.

Enter any amount of Radisson Points to calculate the dollar value.
Points
Redemption Average Dollar Value
Award nights $0
Gift cards $ - $
Prepaid Visa cards $ - $
TSA PreCheck application $
Donations to charity $

Average point value for free nights

The table below lists the average cash values for Radisson Rewards Points when redeemed for free nights at a our valuation of 0.4 cents per point.

Radisson Points Average Value - Free Nights
Radisson Points Cash Value
10,000 Points US $40
25,000 Points US $100
50,000 Points US $200
75,000 Points US $300
100,000 Points US $400

FAQ

How much are Radisson Points worth on average?

Radisson Points are worth around 0.4 cents on average when used for free nights.

What can you use Radisson Points for?

Radisson Points can be redeemed for free nights, gift cards & prepaid Visas, and Priority Pass. They can also be donated to charity.

Can Radisson Points be transferred to other programs?

Yes. Radisson Rewards Points can be transferred to more than 20 different airline programs.

How many Radisson Points to you need for a free night?

The cost of a room will vary. Rooms start at 9,000 points per night and goes up from there.