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Easy Way to Scoop Up 75,000 Bonus IHG Points — with the IHG Traveler Card?!

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IHG enthusiasts looking to top off point balances must check out the new welcome offer for the no annual fee IHG Traveler Card:

Receive 75,000 bonus IHG points after spending a total of $2,000 in purchases within three months of being approved for the card.

(If you really want to go wild, get IHG Platinum elite status and more bonus points with the IHG Rewards Club Premier Card.)

IHG Rewards Club Travel credit card from Chase

Here’s how the IHG Traveler Card‘s bonus categories and other benefits break down:

  • 15X during stays at IHG hotels
  • 2X at gas stations
  • 2X at grocery stores
  • 2X at restaurants
  • 1X on all other purchases
  • Fourth night free when redeeming points for award reservations
  • No foreign transaction fees

Had I not just started a new session in the 5/24 Penalty Box, I’d be all over this offer.

The IHG Rewards Club Premier Card‘s has better benefits such as Platinum Elite status, 25X on IHG stays, Global Entry credit, and better welcome bonus points. So spending just $1000 more during the welcome period nets you far more points.

But if you already have the IHG Rewards Club Premier Card or want to hold off on annual fee cards for a bit, the IHG Traveler Card is worth a look.

— Chris

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4 Comments

    • @nfd: I assume so. Depending on your 5/24 status, it might be worth applying for the Traveler card so you can get the points and then canceling your Premier.

  1. Question: what card can you recommend to give us a nice dearth of Delta miles?

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