New IHG PointBreaks List Coming Monday + 100% Bonus Points Sale

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IHG PointBreaks is among the best hotel promotions out there. It allows you to book a hotels for only 5,000 points per night and stay in IHG hotels for under $30 per night!

The promotion can be a great deal when you find a hotel to book that normally costs 20,000 to 35,000 points per night.


New PointBreaks List Out Monday

The current IHG PointBreaks list is valid until the end of the month and the new list will be valid for bookings from October 31, 2016 to January 31, 2017.

You can find the current list of IHG PointBreaks hotels here and this page will be updated by IHG when the new list is released on Monday October 31, 2016.

Since some hotels get booked up quickly this is just a reminder to stay tuned for the new list to launch.

Up To 100% Bonus on IHG Points

Also this week, IHG launched a flash sale offering up to 100% bonus on purchased points. The promotion is set to last until November 16, 2016.

You can find your promotional offer here.


If you get the 100% bonus offer this means buying IHG points as cheap as 0.575 cents a piece, but it’s not necessarily a good idea unless you know you can use them.


The good news is that this promotion overlaps with the IHG PointBreaks list and if you can your purchased points at PointBreaks hotels you’ll only be paying $28.75 per night.

Here are the full details on the promotion:

“Offer available for purchases made between 12:00 AM EST October 19, 2016 and 11:59 PM EST November 16, 2016 inclusive. This is an exclusive, non-transferable offer for intended recipient only and may not be forwarded. Bonus points will be awarded upon completion of the transaction. Bonus points will be awarded to the recipient of the points purchase. Offer is subject to change. Offer cannot be combined with any other offer. Only purchases made online are eligible for bonus.

Price includes all applicable fees. Purchased Points are not refundable and are applicable toward all IHG® Rewards Club awards. Members may purchase a maximum of 60,000 points per calendar year and receive as a gift a maximum of 60,000 points per calendar year. Please allow 24-48 hours for points to post and appear in the recipient’s account. All other IHG® Rewards Club Terms and Conditions apply.”

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1 thought on “New IHG PointBreaks List Coming Monday + 100% Bonus Points Sale”

  1. Hey guys, I received the email, but I wasn’t sure it was legitimate.

    Unusually is asked for all details when signing in ( ie; name, number, PIN, email ), normally only asks for Member Number and PIN.

    Also, it came from “”. I have never received anything from them through IHG and third, I have already purchased my maximum points for the year and it was saying I could go again. So it raised my suspicion.

    I want to take up the offer. So seeing it on here is good news.

    Can someone confirm it is legitimate and not a scam.

    Thanks a lot, ROB

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