IHG Pointbreaks Now Valid Through February

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-The current list is valid for stays through 02/28.
-Hotels can sell out of discounted rooms quickly and only a limited amount of rooms is available per night..

You can book up to 2 reservations per hotel. There’s no limit to how long each of the stays can be.

You can stay in any PointBreaks hotel for 5,000 IHG points. If you already have 5,000 IHG points in your account then you can buy increments of 10,000 points for $70 as described below.

If you don’t have points yet IHG sells 5,000 points for $67.50. If those points don’t post instantly you can call IHG to get a points loan based on your purchase confirmation number in order to quickly grab a room. Alternatively you can transfer 5,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points to IHG, though transfers are not instant. It’s a terrible use of Ultimate Rewards points (as they’re were more than twice that to brokers or when transferred to other airlines, hotels, or Amtrak), but it allows you to start buying points for 0.7 cents each.

After you have 5,000 points in your account there is a “trick” to buy additional points for 0.7 cents each. You can book any cancellable 15,000 point hotel stay using cash and points for $70+5,000 points.

All you need to do is search for reward points stays in any metro area and you should find a hotel for 5,000 points+$70 like the one below. The room is normally 15,000 points but with IHG points and cash option you can buy 10,000 points for $70 when making a reservation. Just select the 5,000 points+$70 option to complete this purchase.

The $70 that you pay is nonrefundable so when you cancel the hotel you will actually get back 15,000 points in your account. Effectively you are buying 10,000 IHG points with this method for $70 or 0.7 cents per points.



Be sure to click on the rules during the checkout process to make sure that the room is fully refundable (almost all are):


In other words the cost per each 5,000 point PointBreaks stay is just $35 once you already have 5,000 initial points in your account.

Sample hotels for 5,000 points ($35) per night through 02/28:
-Candlewood Suites Tucson, AZ
-Holiday Inn Express & Suites Colorado Springs, CO
-Holiday Inn Express Washington DC/BW Parkway, MD
-Holiday Inn Express & Suites Detroit North, MI
-Holiday Inn Express & Suites S. Paul NE, MN
-Holiday Inn Express & Suites Carneys Point Turnpike Exit 1, NJ
-Crowne Plaza Albuquerque, NM
-Staybridge Suites Buffalo Airport, NY (Though you may be relocated to Detroit 😉 )
-Holiday Inn Bensalem-Philadelphia Area, PA
-Holiday Inn Express & Suites Pittsurgh SW, PA
-Holiday Inn DFW Airport, TX

-Holiday Inn Porto Alegre, Brazil
-Holiday Inn Express Beijing, China
-Holiday Inn Express Shanghai, China
-Holiday Inn Stuttgart, Germany
-Holiday Inn Naples, Italy
-Holiday Inn Resort Dead Sea, Jordan
-Holiday Inn Mauritius Airport
-Holiday Inn Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
-Holiday Inn Moscow, Russia
-Holiday Inn Express Madrid, Spain

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“Staybridge Suites Buffalo Airport, NY (Though you may be relocated to Detroit 😉 )” why you say that?


So Dan, you’re a football fan, I gather. Not a terrible time to be a Browns fan for once. 😉


@eli jets vs lions

I wish they had some hotels in nyc or Miami:( and now there’s none in Israel either , where do they come up with these??


I meant jets vs bills whoops


Just booked a night, two rooms, at the EVEN Hotel in Norwalk, CT. Recently stayed at the EVEN in Rockville, MD. It’s not for everyone, but if you’re into fitness and healthy stuff, it’s very nice. I would say not “high end” but above “mid range.” A bargain at 5,000 points/night. Thanks, Dan.


Your aware that the rules you highlight show the year as 2013?


Yup, just showing where to look.