What is the difference between (i) "varieties of choice" and (ii) "variety of choices" ? Does the location of singular or plural in a sentence affect the entire meaning of a sentence ?
Doesn't appear to be a difference in meaning. Really seems like its more so a difference in what sounds better in a sentence.
(a) Since you are a loyal GOLD VISA rewards member, you have more varieties of choice in monthly perks.
(b) Since you are a GOLD loyal VISA rewards member, you have more of a variety of choices in monthly perks.
I think sentence b is more of a smoother sentence than sentence a.