IHG Rewards Club Double Points For Incidentals Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa April 15 – December 31, 2016

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IHG Rewards Club has launched a double points promotion for any non-room spend at InterContinental, Crowne Plaza, Hotel Indigo and Holiday Inn hotels.

IHG Rewards Club Incidentals Double Points April 15 - December 31 2016 AMEA

The offer is valid for spend between April 15 – December 31, 2016, in Asia-Pacific (excluding Greater China), Middle East & Africa.

You can access and sign up for this offer here on IHG’s website here.

READ MORE: IHG Rewards Club Rate & Bonus Points And Miles Promotions

The eligible incidentals are food and beverage spend, room service, laundry etc. that are managed by the hotel. Banquet and business center expenses are not included.


The promo likely requires your account address to be in the same area where the bonus bonus apply. Good for those that like to wine and dine at IHG hotels during their stays.

Here are the terms and conditions

Must be a IHG® Rewards Club member and must register member number in advance to participate in this promotion. 20 points per $US1 spent (“Double Points”) will be awarded on any non-room spend with a qualifying stay at any InterContinental®, Crowne Plaza®, Hotel Indigo® and Holiday Inn® Hotels & Resorts in Asia Pacific (excluding China, Hong Kong and Taiwan), Middle East and Africa between 15 April and 31 December 2016. Double Points will not be awarded on room rate. Non-room spend must be charged to your room to be settled at point of check-out and can include charges on food and beverage, room service, laundry, telephone but will not include expenses incurred with any third party that is not hotel-managed like, Spa, other restaurant concessionaires. Points will not be awarded for meeting and banquet charges, Business Centre services or any other facilities that are not managed by hotel. Offer cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion unless otherwise stated. Only one room per member per stay at participating hotels will be awarded the applicable bonus. No retroactive bonus points or miles will be awarded for nights prior to registration. A Stay is defined as one night or consecutive nights at the same hotel, regardless of frequency of check-in/out. A Stay constitutes a “qualifying Stay” when paying qualifying rates, which include most business and leisure rates. Please allow up to 4 to 6 weeks for points to be credited after checkout. This offer is subject to standard IHG Rewards Club Membership terms and conditions and earning structure, which can be found atwww.ihgrewardsclub.com.

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  • christravelblog.com

    It’s not country specific, at least my wife got the offer in her email. She hasn’t used your IHG account in 2 years as we normally go on my account only if without kids. It’s based in Netherlands. I tried register with mine but didn’t work. So it’s specific for accounts for sure.

  • Len

    This hasn’t worked for me.

    To be honest, I am getting a bit frustrated with IHG lately. I have tried to register for several recent promotions and have been told that “The code you entered is invalid for your membership.”

    I am a US registered IHG member.

  • holice

    always so much confusion in the find print with ihg, and in the implementation.

    presumably not on award stays, ok.

    how about holiday inn express, did they leave it out, mean to leave it out, etc

    not as if ihg points are even worth anything much , they should keep things simple

  • Len

    I questioned with IHG and have been told that this is only open to accts registered in ” Asia Pacific (excluding China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan), Middle East and Africa.”

  • sididdly

    I registered for this and I am UK based.
    Quick question I have a points stay at IC Danang later in the year and I managed to negotiate a suite upgrade if I paid for the club benefits. It was an eye watering $175 per night but I really wanted the benefits and it looks like I have an amazing room.
    Do you think the club upgrade cost will count as incidentals?