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Offer details:
Earn 1,000 Bonus MileagePlus Miles when you stay for 2 or more consecutive nights at IHG Hotels Worldwide. Members can earn up to a maximum of 15,000 bonus miles with the promotion. Valid for stays until Mar 31, 22. Click here for more details & to book this offer.
United MileagePlus members need to be registered as an IHG® Rewards member, and select United Airlines | MileagePlus as their earning preference located in their IHG® Rewards My Account, prior to check-in

You can earn additional MileagePlus on these stays by paying for them with the Chase United Explorer Card or the United Quest Card as they both earn 2x miles on travel purchases/hotel stays.

Unlike some of the other bonus mile offers we have seen with IHG over the past year this one doesn’t price out outrageously higher. In fact in several searches we found it prices the same as the best flexible rate. This rate is higher than the member only rate however depending on how you use the miles it can be more than worth it to go for them. Here are two examples, a Holiday Inn in Anaheim California where the rate is about $6 more per night which means you would be spending US$12+tax to earn those 1,000 bonus miles. In another search at a Holiday Inn in Calgary Alberta the rate was about $5 more per night or C$10+tax to earn those miles. In this case you’d effectively be buying the miles for less than a US penny each. That’s not bad at all. Of course you can go for the advance saver rate for a bigger discount but the cancellation rules are stricter and you are required to pay a deposit. If you know 100% that you’ll complete the stay then by all means book the advance saver rate!

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