IHG Rewards Club 25% Off New Year Sale For Stays Through May 31, 2020

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IHG Rewards Club has launched a new 25% off New Year Sale that looks very much like the recent Cyber Sale that just ended.

IHG Rewards Club New Year Sale

IHG Rewards Club members are eligible for up to 25% off while non-member discount is capped at 20%. The offer is valid for stays through May 31, 2020, and must be booked by January 15.

You can access this offer on IHG’s website here.

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Note that this rate plan is prepaid, nonrefundable, and noncancelable. You should only book it if your plans are firm.

Conclusion

If you need hotel reservations for early 2020 and your plans are firm, it makes sense to check the rates offered under this sale.

Here are the terms and conditions of this offer:

The New Year Sale promotion is valid only for bookings made from December 26, 2019 through January 15, 2020 using the “New Year Sale” & “New Year Sale – IHG® Rewards Club Member Rate” rate(s). All bookings must be consumed by May 31, 2020 at participating IHG® hotels and resorts. The discount is up to 20% off the Best Flexible Rate with an additional 5% discount for IHG® Rewards Club members. Booking requires non-refundable, full pre-payment for the entire stay at the time of booking. Advance purchase requirements and discount vary by hotel. Blackout dates apply and rooms are subject to availability. Certain room types may be excluded from the promotion. Hotel policy varies in regard to the minimum length of stay required and number of guests allowed per room. Not applicable with other discounted rate promotions. Not applicable to group bookings. Hotel specific early departure fee applies. The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas, Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas and IHG® Army Hotels are excluded from the promotion.

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