IHG PointBreakers are from the cheapest hotel rooms in the world. We are not talking about a motel 6. Some of these hotels are really nice, and cost a pretty penny for a nights stay. IHG brand hotels include the following sub properties Candlewood Suites, Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Hotel Indigo, Intercontinental Hotels & Resorts, and Staybridge Suites hotels.
Crown Plaza in Orlando Florida – I have stayed here!
Rooms cost 5,000 points, that it equivalent to $35. That is almost free! The room rates are usually 10,000 – 50,000 points so you are getting a really good discount.
How to earn IHG points?
If you don’t have IHG points then there are a few ways to get those 5,000 points into your account.
- Apply for the IHG credit card. The card has a 70k signup bonus. It used to have a 80k offer, you can try to SM for the better offer. According to this post there still is a 80k Link. This link expires TODAY
- Transfer points from your Chase Ultimate Rewards account.
- Buy IHG miles for $.07 by fooling the system.
- Book a night using cash and points ($70 and 5,000 points)
- Make sure it is a refundable booking
- Refund it and you will get 10,000 points instead of the $70
Current properties Available
- There is also a handful of non US properties
View them all here
PointBreak from IHG is the easiest way to snag a cheap getaway. With rooms rates only 5,000 points a night it is extremely affordable. Rooms are grabbed pretty quickly so you would want to book fast.
Some IHG properties
IHG also added this clause:
Due to the limited availability, each member may only book two PointBreaks® Reward Nights reservations per hotel during the special offer time period. Offer and participating hotels are subject to change at any time, valid for booking through July 31, 2015. All other Reward Night terms and conditions apply. To view participating properties, simply click one of the regions below.
And look at this one!
Please note that Reward Nights booked through PointBreaks® may not be sold or used for commercial gains. Doing so is a program violation and may result in the freezing of your account, the forfeiture of all point transfers, rewards, vouchers, or merchandise issued pursuant to point redemption's and any accrued points or miles in your account, as well as cancellation of the account and your future participation in the Program.
The new Pointbreak list is out, rooms can be booked for as low as 5,000 points.