Fall 2015 IHG PointBreaks Hotels List Preview Now Live – 5,000 ($35) Points Per Night

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Today IHG released the full list of PointBreaks hotels for stays from July 27 through October 31, 2015. You can book an award night at any of these hotels for only 5,000 points ($35) per night!

The full list of hotels will be bookable at the 5,000 point per night discount on Monday July 27th, 2015. Be sure to act fast after the list goes live because popular properties go quickly!

Link: Full Preview List of IHG PointBreaks Hotels

Link: Bookable List of IHG PointBreaks Hotels (after list goes live on July 27, 2015)

Some interesting properties and highlights from the list include:

Book stays for only 5,000 per night!
Book stays for only 5,000 per night!

There are only a set number of rooms available under the PointBreaks rate at each hotel, so you will want to be around the computer when the list goes live tomorrow morning (usually around ~9:00 am EST).

One of the best ways to keep track of when hotels go bookable at the PointBreaks rate is via this Flyertalk thread.

IHG PointBreaks Fall 2015 Full Preview List

Bookable From July 27 – October 31, 2015

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Crowne Plaza Wakkanai

Asia, Middle East, and Africa:

Explore Brno, Czech Republic for only 5,000 points per night! Photo: livetravelenjoy.com
Explore Brno, Czech Republic for only 5,000 points per night! Photo: livetravelenjoy.com

Europe:

Only 5,000 points per night at the Intercontinental Mendoza!
Only 5,000 points per night at the Intercontinental Mendoza!

Central and South America

Mexico

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Or stay at the Holiday Inn Helsinki – West Ruoholahti for only 5,000 points…

Canada

United States

Map of Fall 2015 IHG PointBreaks Hotels:

 

Need More IHG Rewards Club Points?

The IHG Rewards Club Select MasterCard offers a great welcome bonus and is a great way to rack up thousands of extra IHG points and also earn a free night every year. The card does have an $49 annual fee which is considered low for a valuable co-branded hotel card.

You can also ‘buy’ IHG Rewards Club points for 0.7 cents each using the “Points & Cash” method. In this way you are essentially purchasing extra IHG points during the booking of a flexible rate and when the reservation is canceled the instead of getting a cash refund the purchased points are deposited into your IHG Rewards Club account.

Check out these posts if you want to learn more about IHG Rewards Club:

Bottom Line on the IHG PointBreaks Fall 2015 List

Overall the Fall 2015 IHG PointBreaks list appears to be inline with the last few lists IHG has released. Unlike several years ago we are not seeing multiple InterContinental or Crowne Plaza properties, on this list there is only 1 InterContiental hotel and 8 Crowne Plazas. It appears that instead of featuring a handful of gem hotels IHG is instead focusing on getting lower-tier properties on the list.

That said IHG PointBreaks is always a toss up and if the hotels happen to align with your upcoming travels it’s a great way to book IHG hotels at an incredibly discounted rate of 5,000 points per night. If not, well there’s always next time, right?

What’s your take on the new PointBreaks list? Are you able to use any of the hotels?

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