Instant Accor Hotels Platinum Status Available… in English

Last week I wrote about I wrote about instant Le Club Accorhotels Platinum status, just for signing up.

There’s a Dutch landing page for the offer and the form is in Dutch, I figured no big deal since Google Chrome does instant translation.

A week later this one is still working, and Steve in the comments notes that the landing page brings you to a form where you can simple change the language in the URL, and you can sign up for instant platinum status in English. (Thanks for the tip, Steve!)

As always, you must open a new account, it cannot be applied to existing accounts. And when you do so you must use an email address that’s not currently on file with them. That can even be a gmail account where you add a period ‘.’ in the email address somewhere before the ‘’ as it will still be delivered to you but will appear to be a different, unique address.

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  1. worked for me! thanks gary 🙂
    i second mike s’s question. now that we’ve all got platinum status, what fun stuff can we do with it (other than get delicious cheese plates)?

  2. Just got the same deal. Im not sure when i will use it but it’ll come in handy.

    How long does the platinum status last? It sounds too good to be true for it to be permanent.

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