A massive bonus point offer dropped today for Chase’s IHG Rewards Club Premier Credit Card: earn 140,000 bonus points after you spend $3,000 within three months of being approved.
This is the biggest offer we’ve ever seen for this card.
IHG has a fairly diverse portfolio, including swanky brands such as InterContinental and more budget-oriented properties like Holiday Inns. For example, 140,000 bonus points buys you a couple of nights at, say, InterContinental’s London Park Lane hotel. Or it scores you and the family four nights at Holiday Inn near Disney in Orlando. And there’s plenty of in-between possibilities, too. Mix and match your points for whatever works for you.
I hold this card purely for the complimentary Platinum Elite status and free anniversary night each year. The annual fee is $89. I easily enjoy more than that in benefits and the free night.
Earnings-wise, the card is fairly meh. The only time I ever spend money on this card is during IHG stays (25X) or Chase Offers promotions.
Receive 2X points at:
- Gas stations
- Grocery store
1X point on all other purchases.
Other IHG Rewards Club Premier Credit Card Benefits
- Platinum Elite Status, which includes perks such as:
- Room upgrades
- Guaranteed room availability
- Complimentary internet
- Priority check-in
- Late check-out
- Welcome amenity
- $30 In-room spa credit
- Complimentary “Anniversary” Night at Eligible IHG Hotels
- Valid at properties with a redemption level of 40,000 or points or less
- You receive the anniversary night beginning your second year of card membership
- Enjoy a free reward night when you redeem points for any stay of four or more nights
- Redeem your bonus points at hotels such as:
- Crowne Plaza
- EVEN Hotels
- Holiday Inn
- Holiday Inn Express
- $100 Global Entry or TSA Pre√ application credit every four years.
- No foreign transaction fees
This card’s annual fee is $89 and not waived the first year.
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