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IHG Rewards launched last week a buy points Flash Sale at a 100% bonus with an increased limit valid for purchases made through today (June 10, 2021).
IHG frequently sells its points (the maximum bonus is 100%), and members can now buy up to 150,000 (sometimes with an increased limit of 250,000) every calendar year before any targeted offers.
IHG Hotels in Australia and New Zealand have finally woken up what has been selling well in other parts of Asia and launched prepaid packages for stays at select hotels.
These packages that vary from hotel to hotel include complimentary breakfasts, room upgrades, and F&B credits. You can change dates per the T&Cs of each hotel so do pay attention. You pay most of them upfront.
Here is an updated look at the top 5 most lucrative hotel promotions you can take advantage of this June.
Remember that it pays to take advantage of the bonus and promotional offers from hotel loyalty programs. You can supercharge your point earnings!
IHG Hotels has launched an offer for United Airlines MileagePlus members that it has previously promoted with several other airlines.
MileagePlus members earn 1,00 bonus miles per stay minimum of two nights if they book a “bonus miles package” rate that is the most expensive Best Flexible one, and you elect to earn miles for your IHG stays instead of points.
American Airlines has brought back the hotel points to AAdvantage miles conversion bonus offer that they used to run once or twice every year.
American will bonus conversions from IHG Rewards and World of Hyatt by 25% if you initiate after registering for this offer and by June 30, 2021.
Here’s a comprehensive look at IHG Rewards promotional opportunities, both rate and points for June 2021.
Remember to forward us promotional offers by email that you receive from both hotels and airlines. You can send questions and comments as well.
IHG announced that it had signed an agreement with the owner of Hilton Singapore to reflag it under the voco brand.
The 423 room hotel first opened its doors in 1970 and will join the voco brand in 2022.