Tuesday - Nov 21, 2017

IHG PointBreaks List Now Available For Summer 2016


IHG has announced the first list of PointBreaks for summer of 2016. IHG Rewards club members can book these hotels for just 5,000 points/night for stays between Apr 26, 2016 and July 31,2016.

You can buy 5,000 points for $35 by following the steps in this post IHG PointBreaks . You can also buy IHG points the conventional way or transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards to your IHG account.

You may consider applying for Chase IHG Rewards Club Select Credit Card for future. You can earn 70,000 points (80,000 points may be possible, if you contact chase to match the 80,000 points offer) after meeting eligible spend within 3 months

 

Tips:

  • If there is a PointBreaks hotel that crosses your travel plans, reserve it immediately even if the plan is tentative.
  • PointBreaks are refundable as long as they are cancelled with in the time period allowed by the particular hotel
  • There is a limit of 2 bookings per hotel per member at PointBreaks rates.
  • PointBreaks are limited in quantity and will sell out quickly (especially at popular hotels/locations)

 

Here is the list of all participating hotels from Apr 26,2016 to Jul 31,2016. These deals will go live on Apr 26, 2016.

It must be said that the PointBreaks list have been getting weaker every time. There is not even a single hotel in any major city or any Intercontinental hotel in the list.

Some of the PointBreaks that caught my eye.

 

bengaluru

 

San Antonio

Conclusion:

IHG has released the PointBreaks list for summer of 2016. This list is valid for travel between April 26, 2016 and July 31, 2016.

PointBreaks are limited in quantity, you should book them, even if your plan is tentative. You can buy 5,000 IHG points for $35 by following the steps mentioned in this post. IHG PointBreaks can be cancelled with out any penalty as long as they are cancelled per the hotel cancellation policy.

 

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