IHG Unveils Discounted PointBreaks Properties, Book through February
IHG’s Rewards Club isn’t our favorite hotel loyalty program, but they offer a special sale that we consider one of the best in the hotel industry.
It’s called IHG PointBreaks, a quarterly list of hotels that are bookable for 5,000, 10,000, or 15,000 points per night. The latest list is now out, with hotel rooms bookable starting today all the way through Feb. 28, 2019. Scope out the full list of eligible properties here.
What is IHG PointsBreaks?
IHG runs this promotion every quarter, making hundreds of hotels available to book for between 5,000 and 15,000 points per night. The hotels are available on a limited basis, so the best hotels typically sell out quickly.
IHG PointBreaks is fantastic because of these steep discounts. The Intercontinental Phu Quoc Long Beach in Vietnam, one of the best properties on the list, typically costs 25,000 points per night. Through this promotion, it’s available for just 15,000 points.
If any of these properties work for your upcoming travel plans, it’s a great way to stretch the value of your hard-earned IHG Rewards Club points. But act fast, as the best properties typically sell out quickly as noted above.
Check the full list of available properties at the PointBreak page and find the property you can score at a discount.
Combine PointsBreaks with the IHG Rewards Club Premier Credit Card
One of the best things about the PointBreaks program is that you can receive a free fourth night on award bookings if you hold the new IHG Rewards Club Premier Credit Card. This means you could book a four-night stay through the PointBreaks promotion and only pay for three nights.
Click Here to learn more about the IHG Rewards Club Premier Card.
IHG PointBreaks is a great way to stretch the value of your IHG Rewards Club points. And remember: If you hold the IHG Rewards Club Premier Credit Card, you can go even further with a free fourth night.
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