Black Friday Comes Early with IHG — Save up to 25% off!

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IHG just announced their Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale, which is the first amongst all of the hotel chains. With this sale, you’ll save up to 25% off for stays Nov. 14, 2019 through May 31, 2020.

While this is by no meals an earth-shattering Black Friday sale, my gut tells me we will probably see a few more deals pop up with IHG in the coming weeks. Think: 100% bonus on purchasing points and a cash + points sale.

Make sure to keep up to date on the latest Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals.

IHG black friday and ihg cyber monday deal will save you 25% off

This sale actually lasts for hotels booked through Dec. 17, 2019, so you have some time to figure out where and when to book. Of course the discount varies based on the hotel and the day of the week. One thing to note is that the sale prices are only for pre-paid/non-refundable reservations. So make sure you are pretty certain of your travel plans!

For example, I checked rates in Boston and saw that the Kimpton Marlowe in Cambridge has a pretty low rate for an upcoming weekend. The Cyber sale rate is a good $20 less than their regular advanced purchase price and the fully refundable rate is a whopping $60 a night more, which is pretty significant. (Make sure to sign into your IHG account to see the discounted member rate).

IHG Black Friday and IHG Cyber Monday sale will save you money on your next stay

If you have an upcoming stay at a IHG property, check to see the new rate as it might be worth canceling and rebooking (assuming you have a refundable reservation). Or, if you are looking to book a stay, this could definitely be a good opportunity to travel on your first Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal.

Anyone able to take advantage of this deal?

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