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IHG PointBreaks list: Oct 30, 2017 – Jan 31,2018

IHG has updated the list of PointBreaks hotels. IHG Rewards club members can book these hotels for just help with my technology thesis here source fast food essay buy cialis from canada online buy viagra in spain celta assignment 3 help follow customs essay university essay on newspaper 200 words resume help ct go site tricare formulary cialis get link essay review movie essay outline of popcorn can buy cialis mexico popular dissertation abstract proofreading service for masters here heb je voorschrift nodig voor viagra follow url question to ask for a business plan see how is theme treated when writing a response to literature essay? click here ou trouver du viagra en espagne 5,000 points/night for stays between Oct 30,2017 and Jan 31, 2018

Right now, IHG is offering 100% bonus on points purchase.

You could get buy points at the rate of 0.575 cent/point, which means 5,000 points would cost you only $29.

You may consider applying for Chase IHG Rewards Club Select Credit Card .


  • 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 24,2017 to Jul 31, 2017.

Some of the interesting hotels on the list



IHG has updated the PointBreaks list, valid for travel between from Oct 30,2017 to Jan 31, 2018.

PointBreaks are limited in quantity. You should book them, even if your plan is tentative.  IHG PointBreaks can be cancelled with out any penalty as long as they are cancelled per the hotel cancellation policy.


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