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IHG is offering a 50% discount on award stays at select properties in Latin America and the Caribbean for bookings completed between August 15, 2016, and August 28, 2016. Travel must take place between September 1, 2016, and October 30, 2016, to be eligible for this promotion.
Many of the nicest IHG properties in Latin America are Category 5 and Category 6, which usually require 30,000 and 35,000 IHG Rewards Club points, respectively. With this promotion, those same properties will only require 15,000 and 17,5000 IHG Rewards Club points per night, respectively.
Another way to look at this sale is that for the same award rate usually required for two nights you can now stay four nights. Promotions this generous are rare in the hotel industry.
Among the notable properties participating in this promotion are the following:
- Presidente Intercontinental Cancun (From 30,000 to 15,000 points)
- Presidente Intercontinental Cozumel (From 40,000 to 20,000 points)
- Holiday Inn Resort Los Cabos (From 35,000 to 17,500 points)
- Intercontinental San Juan Puerto Rico (From 50,000 to 25,000 points)
- Crowne Plaza Panama (From 25,000 to 12,500 points)
- Holiday Inn Resort Aruba (From 30,000 to 15,000 points)
- Holiday Inn Resort Montego Bay (From 35,000 to 17,500 points)
Keep in mind that IHG is a Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer partner. If you are short of the points required for an award stay you can instantly transfer Ultimate Rewards to IHG at a 1:1 ratio. While transferring Chase points to IHG for award stays at the normal IHG award rates wouldn't be our first choice, with this promotion, doing so might be a bargain.
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