A Priority Club thread asks how many people have Points Break page as a homepage, but veers into a discussion of the many ways to closely monitor (& be notified of) changes in specials being made available.
The following text is taken verbatim from an e-mail message received just moments ago:
Earn bonus miles every night you stay, and get rewarded faster!
Get an additional 200 miles for every qualifying night you stay from February 1 to April 30, 2010 – up to 4,000 miles with any hotel in the Priority Club® Rewards family of brands, InterContinental®, Crowne Plaza®, Hotel Indigo®, Holiday Inn®, Holiday Inn Express®, Staybridge Suites® or Candlewood Suites® hotels worldwide. With over 4,300 hotels worldwide, it’s never been easier to earn bonus miles.
Details such as qualifying airlines and FlyerTalk member commentary can be found in the following threads:
Who says that points will devalue if you do not spend them? Well, many people say so, but here is one case where devaluation may actually be profitable.
InterContinental Hotels Group has launched a bold, aggressive and unusual marketing campaign aimed squarely at Hilton HHonors members who are suffering through the recent significant devaluation of their Hilton HHonors points.
Simply put, if you are one of the top 20,000 “Lucky Losers,” you will gain back up to 20% of your current Hilton HHonors balance in Priority Club points, up to a maximum of 20,000 points. If you are fortunate — or unfortunate — enough to have the highest Hilton HHonors account point balance of any participant, you could gain 2,000,000 Priority Club points!
For additional information, as well as instructions on how to participate in this daring Priority Club promotion, please click on the following links to the two pertinent FlyerTalk threads:
- “Luckiest Loser” competition. IC hotels answer to Hilton devaluation
- Yikes! “Luckiest Loser” tag for HHonors?
Let the war begin…
It has never been easier to quickly earn some InterContinental Priority Club points — 500 of them, to be exact, whether you need for them to top off your points balance in your InterContinental Priority Club frequent guest account, or simply need some activity to keep your account active.
For details, please refer to the following threads:
Unrelated to this promotion is the opportunity to earn a quick and easy 100 free points + chance on 25000 points.
Embedded within a discussion about points being deducted 20 months after a hotel stay, is the useful link provided by MXM135 to retrieve Priority Club account history for more than the 180 days standard option.
FlyerTalk members scrambled to secure the now [EXPIRED] Crowne Plaza Venice East Quarto D Altino 1€ room rate. After all, with dreams of riding on gondolas in arguably one of the most romantic cities in the world, who would not want to secure such an inexpensive room rate for two nights for the cost of the rough equivalent of ten cents?
However, there is a chance that the rate will not be honored, as a report has surfaced with allegations that the central computer system of InterContinental Hotels Group in Atlanta has been “hacked”. As a result, a controversy is brewing with many different questions: for example, FlyerTalk members ask that if the central computer system really was “hacked”, why not choose a more expensive and luxurious hotel?
FlyerTalk members who were involved in booking a hotel room at the incredibly low rate now find themselves in the middle of a drama swirling with speculation…
If you are willing to spend approximately five minutes of your time taking a survey related to rating your experiences with the Priority Club frequent guest program, you could earn 250 Priority Club points for survey.
There is no personal information required from whomever takes the survey. Hurry, though — the 2009 Priority Club Survey – 250 points is good only until 28 February 2009.
Visit the Oz 3 day $99 sale – part 2 thread to find out more information regarding this promotion for Australia and New Zealand Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn properties that are participating in this sale, as well as the terms, conditions, rules and limitations — but act quickly, for this promotion lasts for a very limited time.