IHG’s Spring Promotion – Earn Up to 35,000 Bonus Points

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IHG recently announced their Spring Promotion where you can earn up to 35,000 bonus points. This is not nearly as good as the “Accelerate” offers they’ve had in the past, unfortunately, but if you have some upcoming IHG stays you can still rack up some bonus points.

Screen Shot 2017-04-07 at 8.55.55 AM The offers include:

  • 3,000 points for 2 nights
  • 6,000 points for 4 nights
  • 12,000 points for 7 nights
  • 18,000 points for 10 nights
  • 30,000 points for 15 nights

And then, if you have a IHG credit card and use the card to pay for your stays, you’ll earn an extra 5,000 points after you complete your required number of stays.

Like most IHG promotions, offers are targeted, so you’ll have to sign into your account to see the number of points you are eligible for.  You can register here.

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Comments

    • @A – Trust me when I say this that I would NEVER knowingly put one of TPG’s credit card links in a blog post. No idea what happened there, but it has been fixed. It takes you straight to the IHG registration page for the Spring Promotion. Thank you SO much for letting me know.

    • “A” and “R,” it’s a good thing you both have a brain and can simply hit your browser’s “back” button. Perhaps you should ask the site administrator for your blog subscription fees back – oh, wait – you don’t pay a dime for her hard work. SMH…..

      • Calling it a dirty trick was unjustified, but the pushing of credit cards by boarding area bloggers and others like TPG is bordering on ridiculous. Way too often do they fail to mention the annual fees, and they never mention the interest rate (or even give warnings when talking about how many “free” flights or nights you can get from a sign-up bonus that you’d better pay of the cc every month…) Most bloggers don’t make sure that their referrals links are the best available offer for the readers and tell them if it isn’t.

        And if it had been intentional instead of a mistake, it would’ve been a dirty trick. There’s a reason they push the credit card apps so much and it’s not because they see these mutlibillion-dollar, too-big-too-fail international corporations as a worthy cause in need of help. And while I may not be paying blog subscription fees, there is a payment based on page views. Her hard work is not uncompensated.

        This blog centers around pitching products and services and getting referral bonuses than most and readers have the right to expect that what is being pitched isn’t a trick or really a bad deal from the customers but a good deal for the referrer.

    • @r – that was a huge error on my end and not sure what happened exactly, but it has been fixed. As I commented back to reader A, I would never include a TPG link in my blog. Or deceive a reader in that way. Please forgive me!

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