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New IHG PointBreaks: Only 5,000 IHG Rewards Points ($35) for Select Hotels Through September 30, 2014

New IHG PointBreaks: Only 5,000 IHG Rewards Points ($35) for Select Hotels Through September 30, 2014

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IHG Rewards just released their new PointBreaks list for hotels.  Hotels on the PointsBreak list cost only 5,000 points per night (the regular rate is 10,000 to 50,000 points)!

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With IHG PointBreaks You Can Save 5,000 to 45,000 Points at Certain IHG Hotels

The new IHG PointBreaks hotels can be booked through September 30, 2014.

IHG hotels include Candlewood SuitesCrowne PlazaHoliday InnHoliday Inn ExpressHotel IndigoIntercontinental Hotels & Resorts, and Staybridge Suites brand hotels.

IHG PointBreaks Hotels

Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any hotels which fit in with my travel plans, but it’s a terrific deal if you can find a hotel that works for you!

Link:   IHG Rewards PointsBreak List

Here’s a list of included hotels that look interesting:

Intercontinental Miramar, Panama City, Panama

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Crowne Plaza Sahara Sands, Port Ghalib, Egypt

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Intercontinental Multiplaza Mall, San Jose, Costa Rica

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Staybridge Suites, Savannah Airport, Georgia

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Holiday Inn Express, Downers Grove, Chicago, Illinois

HolidayInnExpressDownersGrove, Chicago, Illinois

Hotel Indigo Raleigh Durham Airport, North Carolina

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Holiday Inn Express & Suites Albuquerque North, New Mexico

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Crowne Plaza Belem, Brazil

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Hotel Indigo Toronto Airport, Toronto

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Holiday Inn Brentwood, Essex, UK

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Intercontinental Cali, Colombia

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Intercontinental Bucharest, Romania

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These are just a few of the PointBreaks hotels that look good to me, but take a peek at the full list to see if there are any other hotels that could be useful for your travel plans.

Need More IHG Points?

You can get IHG Rewards points by:

And for a limited time, you can buy them directly from IHG for ~0.72 cents per point!

Usually, transferring points from Chase Ultimate Rewards to IHG Rewards is NOT the best value because you can usually get IHG hotel points cheaper.  But it certainly could make sense for hotels on the PointsBreak list.  

If you’re comfortable with using the cash and points trick, you can buy IHG Rewards points and then get a statement credit of 1 cent per Chase Ultimate Rewards point.  This is a better value than redeeming Chase Ultimate Rewards points directly for IHG Rewards points.

Don’t Wait to Book!

Don’t count on the IHG PointBreaks hotels being available through September 30, 2014, because hotels may sell out and can be removed from the list at any time.

It doesn’t hurt to make a booking using points, because you can usually cancel them without a penalty (but read the cancellation policy before booking!).

Bottom Line

The new IHG PointBreaks list was just released.  All hotels on this list can booked for just 5,000 IHG points through September 30, 2014.  This is a great deal if you can find a hotel that meets your needs.

If you find a hotel you like, don’t hesitate to book it!  Because the best hotels on the list will be gone fast!

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Why did you put a link to buy IHG points & say that you will receive a legit bonus when the bonus offer is targeted? It may be widely targeted, but targeted nonetheless. Do you bloggers do any fact checking first, or just take inaccurate information from 1 source (Mommy Points) & post the same thing? Sounds like the guy with the earlier comment was hosed because of bad info, but I’m sure a *YMMV fixes everything, right?

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@Tammy Horvath – Instead of transferring Chase Ultimate Rewards points to UR, you are better off buying them using the “cash & points” trick and then getting a statement credit for 1 cent per point from Chase UR.

What does this mean: If you’re comfortable with using the cash and points trick, you can buy IHG Rewards points and then get a statement credit of 1 cent per Chase Ultimate Rewards point. This is a better value than redeeming Chase Ultimate Rewards points directly for IHG Rewards points.

I did the cash and points trick already in the past but is this referring to buying them with my Ink card or something? I don’t understand how to get a statement credit of 1 cents per Ult Reward point.

Also, did IHG change their offers for the overwater bungalows in Bora Bora (from your trip report) as I can’t seem to find any availability anymore, even a year out at the Thalasso (I think that’s the name). The only nights I found are a few nights in December OR maybe everyone is just finally jumping on board and booking their trips. I just wondered if IHG changed policies or something and they won’t be readily available anymore like they were when I started all my planning/saving.

THANKS!

You were too late. Hours after it going live and being announced on another blog faster, Bucharest was already sold out for September. Yesterday made a speculative booking for a week in August. Canceled it after plans couldnt be worked out.

The IC Bucharest is not on the list.

Daraius, out of curiosity, where does it actually state that one receives a 60% Bonus offer on IHG Point purchases over 10,000 points? I can’t seem to find it anywhere on the IHG or points.com websites. Also, any idea on how long until those bonus points arrive? It is not instantly, as I’ve just tried. The purchased points posted instantly, but the “60% bonus” has thus far eluded my account. Any help would be appreciated, thank you!

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