Every quarter our friends over at IHG release a narrow list of properties called PointBreaks. The beauty is that these hotels can be booked for just 5,000 IHG points per night. The standard rate for many of these hotels is typically 15,000-25,000 per night. The list is not live yet, but check back HERE often […]Read more "New List of IHG PointBreaks Hotels That Can be Booked for Just 5,000 Points Per Night! – Some Hotels Sell Out Quickly"
I ran a post last week talking about the best use of airline miles if you are running short on miles. There are flight options for as little as 5,000 miles one-way. (with Delta, for example) Fortunately, IHG has a PointBreaks promotion that allows you to book free nights at just 5,000 points through April […]Read more "You’ll Need Only 5,000 Points Per Night for These IHG PointBreaks Hotels"
Finding a way to stay for 100% free is not always easy. Hotel cost is often underestimated when budgeting for your trip, fortunately this one credit card bonus can help. The Starwood SPG credit card from American Express gives you 25,000 points after spending $3,000. If you are thinking that 25,000 bonus points doesn’t sound […]Read more "Stay at This Amsterdam Hotel for Five Nights – Free – With One Credit Card Bonus"
Images courtesy of IHG. One of the hefty costs of travel is the accommodations, and even more so if you have a large family. Fortunately, IHG runs their quarterly PointsBreaks promotion that allows stays at select hotels for just 5,000 points per night. Here is the list of hotels that will be available for […]Read more "Use IHG PointsBreaks for Hotel Stays Under $30 Per Night"
So you booked your first flight using points, that is awesome! You then realize that hotel you want to book at your destination is extremely expensive. Boo! This does not have to be you, there are some great opportunities to use hotel points for free nights. When using your hotel points you typically don’t pay any […]Read more "What are the Best Points to Earn for Free Hotel Nights?"
Featured image Courtesy of Luxury Launches I am not a travel snob, in fact, I would say I am far from it. I travel around with a backpack and blue jeans, even if staying at a high-end hotel like we did in Milan. That said, I can certainly appreciate staying at a five-star hotel […]Read more "Review of the Park Hyatt Milan – How You Can Stay Here For $20"
Daily Getaways is similar to Groupon, the only difference is that Daily Getaways is strictly focused on travel. They offer one main deal per day with limited quantities, typically available at 1pm EST. (don’t be late) Link to deals What are the Hyatt points deals? This Friday, the 29th, there will be four variations of points […]Read more "Does it Make Sense to Buy Hyatt Points at a Heavy Discount?"