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Following the disappointing recent news that IHG was devaluing the free night certificate earned with the IHG® Rewards Club Premier Credit Card, IHG has formalized the devaluation, and published a list of hotels that you cannot use your free night certificate at. The list consists of IHG hotels which have a base redemption rate over 40,000 points per night.
If you regularly redeemed your free night certificate at high-end IHG properties, then the list will be a heart-breaking read. Top properties like the InterContinental New York Times Square, or the InterContinental Tahiti Resort & Spa are no longer a viable option.
Fortunately, some high-end properties have not made the list, and you can still redeem your certificate at some great properties like InterContinental Hotels & Resorts properties in Madrid, Bangkok, and Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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