BOOK NOW! IHG Point Breaks Summer/Fall 2018
A new IHG Point Breaks sale is here. Point Breaks rooms are no longer just 5,000 points per night. There will also be hotels offered at 10,000 and 15,000 points per night to go along with some 5,000 point hotels. The new trend started earlier this year. Points and cash bookings will be also available on PointsBreaks bookings.
As expected, the promotion went live today and you can now book your stays through September 30, 2018. As a reminder, each member is limited to two bookings per property during the promotional period.
List of Hotels
Here’s some of the better properties available:
- Crowne Plaza Zhangzhou (China) – 5K
- Crowne Plaza Guangzhou Huadu (China) – 5K
- Crowne Plaza Johannesburg – The Rosebank (South Africa) – 10K
- Crowne Plaza New Delhi Mayur Vihar Noida (India) – 10K
- Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria (Philippines) – 10K
- Crowne Plaza Alice Springs Lasseters (Australia) – 10K
- Crowne Plaza Paris – Charles de Gaulle (France) – 15K
- Crowne Plaza Birmingham City Centre (United Kingdom) – 15K
The 5,000 points per night Pointsbreaks promotions are one of the better deals in the travel world. They have allowed you to get rooms worth hundreds of dollars for only $25 worth of points. It has even been possible to purchase the points at about that price so you essentially could pay $25 in cash for a room worth up to 10 times that much. Those good deals seem to have become very scarce lately. This time around there’s more expensive options again, up to 15K per night, and there’s also Points+Cash options. While that is a higher rate, it also adds more options for people so it’s not all bad.
Is there any properties you have your eyes on? Let us know!
HT: Frequent Miler
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