IHG Rewards Club 10,000 Bonus Points For A Stay Within 90 Days (Targeted)


A LoyaltyLobby reader forwarded me an offer (remember to send these by email) that he had recently received from IHG Rewards Club.

IHG Rewards Club 10,000 Bonus Points For a Stay 90 Days

IHG Rewards Club was offering 10,000 bonus points for a paid stay that is consumed within 90 days of signing up for this offer.

You try your luck signing up for this offer on IHG’s website here.

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Here’s copy of the other side of the mailer that the reader received:

IHG Rewards Club 10,000 Bonus Points For a Stay 90 Days Back

No luck:

IHG Rewards Club 10,000 Bonus Points For a Stay 90 Days Not Eligible

Couldn’t sign up for this offer:


Good to know that IHG Rewards Club still continues offer these one time bonuses that were prevalent few years ago (and got some accounts frozen in the process).

Seems that IHG Rewards Club is here trying to get Platinum member to stay again that hasn’t had any activity with the chain for a while.

IHG used to offer 3,000 to 5,000 bonus points for a stay. They have now upped this rightfully so to 10,000 points (with the points inflation).

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  • Sergey Fedorov

    Preexisting bookings (done for Accelerate) won’t qualify, right? Need to register for this and make a new one?

    • Usually these post to bookings that are made before registrations. Your stay merely need to post AFTER you register.

      • Sergey Fedorov


        By the way if I book two rooms under same booking (travelling in a group soon), base points are added only for one room?

  • The_Bouncer

    Any idea if these points are EQ?

  • Ramitran

    Got personal offer for 5k points requiring registration but unable to register wtf?