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Six Nations rugby packages up for auction for IHG One Rewards hotel points

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IHG One Rewards has just been announced as the official hotel partner of the Six Nations rugby championships and to celebrate has added a pile of tickets to its IHG Access platform.

There were some ‘Buy It Now’ tickets available but these went within a few minutes. I have rewritten this article to focus on the auctions.

Here are the auction options:

Italy vs England, 3rd February

  • Bid for two Category A tickets and a pitchside tour before the game

Scotland vs England, 24th February

  • Bid for two Category A tickets, invitation to watch the team preparations on 23rd February, three nights at InterContinental Edinburgh and a £200 dinner credit for the hotel

France vs England, 16th March

  • Bid for two Category A tickets, a pitchside tour before the game AND two nights at InterContinental Lyon

Log into the IHG Access reward platform here to bid.

IHG One Rewards update – February 2024:

Get bonus points: IHG One Rewards is not running a global promotion at the moment, but some members were sent targeted offers for their stays in February and March

New to IHG One Rewards?  Read our overview of IHG One Rewards here and our article on points expiry rules here. Our article on ‘What are IHG One Rewards points worth?’ is here.

Buy points: If you need additional IHG One Rewards points, you can buy them here.

IHG One Rewards is offering an 80% bonus when you buy points by 7th March 2024. Click here to buy.

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Comments (14)

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  • barry cutters says:

    Great redemption.
    Everyone knows how hard it is to get 6 nations tickets for England, Ireland, Scotland, and France games. 😉

    WOW 380k+ Points already for the Murrayfield package….

    • Rob says:

      What’s amusing is that the golf package has been sat at 155,000 points for literally weeks and weeks, but suddenly IHG gets a big inflex of sports fans from its email today and it jumps to 270,000.

      • barry cutters says:

        To be fair the whole thing isn’t particularly well known about.
        Ive spoken to plenty of target audience middle aged people in IHG lounges/bars who have never heard of it.

        Ive had

  • Chas says:

    What happened to all the other comments from yesterday on this article (incl some strangely dated ones)?

  • ianM says:

    I think a ‘pile of tickets’ is a bit of an overstatement, looks like only 2 tickets were available for each match, no suggestion there was any more than one ‘package’.
    When did these go on sale cos I only got an email from IHG yesterday.

    • barry cutters says:

      There were more than 2 per game, as I got 4 for the Scotland England match and 2 for England Ireland.

      • ianM says:

        Ah…so that’s where they went !

        • Barry cutters says:

          Getting the 2nd pair for thr Scotland game was actually an accident . I didn’t think it had gone through as i had a dead screen but refreshed it and did it again .

          Email came through at 2 sets and 65k was deducted twice

  • tony says:

    There are currently two tickets (together) available on the RFU site for England v Wales at a punchy £194 each, block L22. These things are coming up.

  • JWCurtin says:

    How much were the buy it now prices for England vs Ireland out of interest – they would be considered gold dust.

    • Rob says:

      One game was 150k – it could have been that one.

      • Barry cutters says:

        150k for 2 x England Ireland
        65k for 2 x Scotland England
        All others were 50-65k for 2x tickets

  • The real Swiss Tony says:

    The prices still show up. England v Wales was 120k for the pair

    Really surprised the Calcutta Cup was half that.

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