Priority Club Welcome Quizzes for 1400 Priority Club Points (or More)

by John Ollila on February 3, 2013

After you join the Priority Club Rewards, you will shortly receive few emails about the program and some of them might include a link to a quiz that earns you points. Last year, you could easily get 2000 points for completing number of them as I documented here.

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This year, you can still earn 1400 points IF you have not completed these previously.

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Survey 1: 300 points

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There are total of nine links to this survey in English (US), Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, English (UK), Portuguese, Italian, French, and German.

Survey 2. 100 points

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There are total of nine links to this survey in English (US), Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, English (UK), Portuguese, Italian, French, and German.

Survey 3. 100 points

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There are total of nine links to this survey in English (US), Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, English (UK), Portuguese, Italian, French, and German.

Conclusion

You can do each survey officially only once. It seems, however, that you can some of them more than that.

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  • http://twitter.com/hotelsroomsblog Holiday Discounts

    Thank you. Since I started following your tips last year, I already gathered about 3 000 free Priority Club points

  • Jamie

    I get a total of 500 points from those 3 quizzes.

    • Bradley B.

      Jamie: Try a couple of other languages for extra points. The languages form groups and you can score from any one language in each group. See Chris’s post above for suggestions on how to identify each group.

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  • Lsed

    Hope that isn’t your real account number! You may wanna crop the pic

    • http://loyaltylobby.com/ John O.

      It is not.

    • http://loyaltylobby.com/ John O.

      Not my account number.

  • rose

    Thank you!

  • Chris

    Try the English (US) English (UK) and the Japanese for all of the surveys and you can score all the points

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  • Bradley B.

    Just to be clear, none of these are new or updated? This is merely a reminder announcement for people that haven’t been aware of these quizzes?

    The post has value for (the large number of) people who haven’t already done the quizzes, but it would be helpful if you were more explicitly clear at the top that this is a blast-from-the-past posting. Beyond “This year, you can still earn 1400 points IF you have not completed these previously.”

    • http://loyaltylobby.com/ John O.

      I try to make as clear titles as possible while making them short and concise at the same time.

  • Jonnah

    Hello John,
    I’m a new member in priority club and find your posts very helpful.
    Quick question – has IHG never removed points received this way since they are not in line with T&C?

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  • Leon

    Dear John,

    I would like to know if by any chance does this promotion, Priority Club Welcome Quizzes for 1400 Priority Club Points (or More), have a promotion code that I need to enter so that I can win up to 1,400 bonus points or more for fulling out the survey?

    Regards,

    Leon

    • http://loyaltylobby.com/ John O.

      I believe that these have now expired.

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