AwardWallet receives compensation from advertising partners for links on the blog. The opinions expressed here are our own and have not been reviewed, provided, or approved by any bank advertiser. Here's our complete list of Advertisers.
Offers for the IHG® Rewards Club Select Credit Card are not available through this site. All information has been independently collected by AwardWallet and has not been reviewed or provided by the card issuer. Please see our card marketplace for available offers.
This promotion has ended; please review current/active promotions.
The offer on the IHG® Rewards Club Select Credit Card is no longer available through this site. Instead, check out the review of IHG's new premium rewards card.
IHG is running a lucrative yet straightforward promotion, where you can earn 3,000 IHG points when you spend $50 or more visiting tourist attractions around the US. There are tons of destinations spread across the country; for instance, Chicago alone has 149 participating attractions.
The promotion has the simplest of terms and no specified validity period. All you need to do is just:
- Book via the IHG page
- Earn 3,000 IHG points when you spend $50 or more
Is It Worth It?
With promotions like this, you'd expect to see a premium in price. However, it seems to be non-existent to minimal in this case. Taking the Alcatraz Tour plus Muir Woods, Giant Redwoods and Sausalito Day Trip mid-December will set you back $248.80 whether you book with IHG or directly with a tour.
With the holidays coming up if you are planning on taking some trips, then you can pick up quite a few IHG points for family visits. Participating tours are located in Chicago, New York, Orlando, Las Vegas, San Francisco, and Washington DC.
3,000 IHG points for spending you were planning on doing is an easy win, and we’d value those points at around $17.
Remember that with the IHG PointBreaks promo, you can pick up rooms for 5,000 points per night. Also, if you hold the IHG® Rewards Club Select Credit Card, you get a 10% rebate on point redemptions up to 100,000 points/year, so you’re effectively paying 4,500 points per night with the PointBreaks promo.
Source: Loyalty Traveler
The comments on this page are not provided, reviewed, or otherwise approved by the bank advertiser. It is not the bank advertiser's responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered.