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Planning to head to Las Vegas? You're in luck! Now through September 26, you can book a suite night at the Venetian or Palazzo for just 35,000 points. That's half off the usual points rate for these hotels.
InterContinental Las Vegas Suite Promotion
This promotion is valid for a suite at the Intercontinental Palazzo and the Venetian in Las Vegas. Book either hotel for a stay before September 26, 2021 for as little as 35,000 IHG points per night. That's down from the usual rate of 70,000 points per night.
After a thorough search, it seems this rate is only available on Luxury Two Queen Suites and Luxury Queen Suites priced under $280 per night. Rooms over $280 per night can be booked at 60,000 IHG points. Rooms at the Palazzio starting at $143 and rooms at the Venetian starting at $135 (both before taxes and fees), but go upwards of $2k on the weekend.
Use an IHG Free Night Award
Since the discount takes the cost under 40,000 IHG Rewards points, IHG® Rewards Premier Credit Card cardholders can apply an IHG Anniversary Night to these stays. You should easily be able to get more than the $99 annual fee in value from this one stay!
If you're don't already have the card, you can currently get a solid 140,000 bonus points when signing up for the IHG Rewards Premier Card:
- Earn 140,000 bonus points after spending $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening
- Enjoy a Reward Night after each account anniversary year at eligible IHG hotels worldwide. Plus, enjoy a reward night when you redeem points for any stay of 3 or more nights
- Earn up to 26 points total per $1 spent when you stay at an IHG hotel
- Earn 5 points per $1 spent on purchases on travel, gas stations, and restaurants. Earn 3 points per $1 spent on all other purchases
- Platinum Elite status as long as you remain a Premier card member
- Global Entry, TSA PreCheck® or NEXUS Statement Credit of up to $100 every 4 years as reimbursement for the application fee charged to your card
- IHG Rewards bonus points are redeemable at hotels such as InterContinental®, Crowne Plaza®, Kimpton®, EVEN® Hotels, Indigo® Hotels & Holiday Inn®
- Earn 26 points total per $1 spent when you stay at an IHG hotel
- 5X points per $1 spent on purchases on travel, gas stations, and restaurants
- 3X points per $1 spent on all other purchases
The earning for spending at IHG hotels breaks down as follows:
- Earn 10X points for being a IHG® Rewards Premier Credit Card member
- Earn 6X points from IHG® with Platinum Elite Status, a benefit of having this card
- Earn 10X points from IHG® for being an IHG® Rewards Club Member (Being a cardholder is not required to earn this bonus for participating in the IHG® loyalty program)
Other Ways to Get IHG Rewards Points
If you don't have the 35,000 points, you could transfer points from Chase at a 1:1 ratio. However, that's generally a bad idea since there are much better uses of Chase Ultimate Rewards points. That's why we value Chase Ultimate Rewards points over 3 times more than IHG points.
Instead, you can buy IHG points through its bonus offers. Recently, you could get a 100% bonus — costing just 0.5 cents per point. Now the promotion is just a 75% bonus through August 13, 2021. Still, you can buy points for 0.57 cents each. At that rate, you can buy 35k points for $200.
On more expensive nights, you can get up to 0.8 cents per point in value from your IHG Rewards points through this promotion. That's a solid rate compared to what you can buy IHG points for and the 0.74 cents per IHG Rewards point that AwardWallet users have gotten from recent redemptions.
It seems that rooms at these hotels are much cheaper than usual (normally around $500 a night). So, it only makes sense to offer the rooms for half the number of points. Considering how cheap the rooms at these properties are for some nights, it may not be the best use of your IHG points.
However, it can be a good deal if you have a lot of IHG points or an IHG Anniversary Free Night Award and want to stay in a suite in Las Vegas!
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