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IHG Rewards Club is running a promotion, where you can earn up to 3,000 IHG points for dining out with their dining program as a new member. The promotion registration runs through October 5, 2017.
- Promotion is open to new IHG® Rewards Club Dining members
- You need to register by 23:59 ET October 5, 2017
- You must register a valid credit or debit card
- You need to complete the required visits within 30 days of registering
- You need to opt-in to receiving IHG email during the promotion
- All other IHG® Rewards Club Dining terms and conditions apply
- You must carry on meeting any other membership criteria outlined below
Earning During The Promotion
- Spend at least $25 at a participating restaurant, bar, or club, and complete a review to earn 500 IHG points on your first visit
- Earn 1,000 IHG points on your second visit (after meeting the same criteria)
- Earn 1,500 IHG points on your third visit (after meeting the same criteria)
The minimum spend includes all taxes and tips; you will also need to check with each restaurant since some of them have restrictions on days you can earn points or even a restricted number of visits per month. If you need a quick spend, look at picking up a gift card at your favorite place.
Membership Levels of IHG® Rewards Club Dining
If there are restaurants in the dining program that you're interested in trying out or ones you already visit, this is an easy way to pick up some additional points if you don't already have an IHG® Rewards Club Dining account. This is an easy 3,000 IHG points; scoop them up. If you'd rather earn airline miles, be sure to check out our list of airlines that are a part of dining programs.
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