I’ve written about Ibotta many times in the past as a couponless way to get rebates on everyday purchases. While this is a great way to save money at many popular merchants that you shop at daily (such as Target, Costco, Whole Foods, Walmart, Walgreens, etc.), they also run an online shopping portal for those looking to shop online OR book a hotel online.
Right now, if you are looking to book an IHG property by June 24, 2019 the Ibotta app is offering two separate promotions to really maximize your savings.
8% Cash Back
If you launch the IHG website from the Ibotta app, you’ll receive 8% cash back on your reservation. This is based on the subtotal before taxes and fees with no minimum spend required. Although you are capped at earning $100 per reservation. The terms also state that only US hotels apply and that you will not receive cash back if you use a promo code.
$10 Cash Back
Ibotta also runs many bonuses were you’ll received a fixed amount of cash back by purchasing a specific item. Right now, IHG is part of the bonus group where if you spend $125 or more on an IHG reservation, you’ll receive a flat $10 rebate. This is in addition to the 8% cash back. Again, this is for reservations made directly with IHG but launched first through the Ibotta app.
If you are looking to make an IHG reservation right now, even for a future reservation post June 24th, making it through Ibotta is a great way to save money. Let’s say you are making a reservation that costs exactly $125 before taxes/fees. That will earn you $20 cash back (8% cash back which equals $10 plus the $10 bonus). While we do see high bonus offers through shopping portals for IHG hotels specifically, this is definitely one of the better ones.
Also, if you do not currently have the Ibotta app, you can join a team and the more members you have, the more money you can make through bonuses. If you want to be part of my team, enter referral code is sqnugco.
While this is a great way to save money on an upcoming IHG hotel stay, it is also one of my favorite ways to save money on my everyday spending at grocery stores, Target, Costco, etc.