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Priority Club hikes reward points needed for hotel bookings

By David Flynn     Filed under: Hotels, Intercontinental, Crowne Plaza, IHG, Hotel Indigo, IHG Priority Club Rewards

IN BRIEF | Sitting on a stash of Priority Club reward points? Then you'd better move fast on your next reward booking.

From January 18 the number of points you need for a free night at high-end properties such as the Intercontinental, Crowne Plaza and Hotel Indigo will increase by as much as 40%, reports the Priority Club Insider website.

Redemption bookings at Crowne Plaza and Hotel Indigo hotels currently cost 25,000 points, but from January 18 there will be a second tier of 35,000 points.

The top rate for Intercontinental hotels will rise from 40,000 Priority Club points per night to 50,000.

[Source: Priority Club Insider]


About David Flynn

David Flynn is the editor of Australian Business Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.


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1 on 5/1/12 by Al

Thanks for the early warning, I have some PC points to burn and I like the Indigo hotels, nicer than the same-same style of Interconts, so I may as well make a booking in advanced for my next trip!

2 on 6/1/12 by julseo

yucks.. no wonder i dont use them..

SPG all the way..! :)


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