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  • Aston100 1,500 posts

    Just got an email a few minutes ago.
    I cancelled my existing booking (abroad) and rebooked for 10k less (The price had increased since I made my original booking, else the saving would have been larger).
    Like most people here, my Creation card stopped working ages ago but I guess IHG don’t know or care.

    Get a 15% discount on Reward Nights
    Just for you! Your IHG One Rewards Credit Card gives you early access to this exclusive offer.
    Enjoy a 15% discount on Reward Nights* when you book by 5 April and stay by 12 May 2023.

    Peter K 618 posts

    Yep, just came through for me as well.

    BA Flyer IHG Stayer 2,389 posts

    If the past is anyting to go by it usually gets extended to everybody in a couple of days time

    stevenhp1987 346 posts

    Thanks, just re-booked a stay over the second May Bank Holiday for a few thousand less points.

    Also booked a last-minute get away for this weekend 🙂

    Aston100 1,500 posts

    If the past is anyting to go by it usually gets extended to everybody in a couple of days time

    You’re probably right.
    The wording states early access.

    RonnieB 299 posts

    It makes you wonder why they didn’t just run the last reward night discount promo, which just ended, for longer….just mucks about members.

    In the USA right now so just cancelled one for tomorrow night to save 4000 points. With this promo IHG are way far cheaper then Hilton reward nights, Hilton need to respond. big time.

    spawn606 50 posts

    I have IHG silver , SO has IHG diamond

    I have 20k points on my account that I want to spend for 1 night stay for us both. If my SO is a guest but the bookings from my account, do we still get to utilise her diamond benefits?

    Or put it simply:

    Are status benefits based on who arrives at the hotel or who makes the booking?

    Aston100 1,500 posts

    I have IHG silver , SO has IHG diamond

    I have 20k points on my account that I want to spend for 1 night stay for us both. If my SO is a guest but the bookings from my account, do we still get to utilise her diamond benefits?

    Or put it simply:

    Are status benefits based on who arrives at the hotel or who makes the booking?

    Status benefits are for the person making the booking as far as I am aware, and will be extended to the person they are sharing a room with.

    spawn606 50 posts

    I have IHG silver , SO has IHG diamond

    I have 20k points on my account that I want to spend for 1 night stay for us both. If my SO is a guest but the bookings from my account, do we still get to utilise her diamond benefits?

    Or put it simply:

    Are status benefits based on who arrives at the hotel or who makes the booking?

    Status benefits are for the person making the booking as far as I am aware, and will be extended to the person they are sharing a room with.

    But if I were to book the room for her alone, she wouldn’t be allowed to inherit the person bookings status perks (which I know can be avoided if we are a little sneaky) but that would make me think that status determination is based on the guest?

    SGJNI 69 posts

    Just saved 15,000 points over two re-bookings , inc the IC PL next weekend. Very Happy!

    Tracy 318 posts

    Just had this recently at Kimpton Grand Cayman. I’m diamond, OH platinum. We both had nights booked but only got breakfast based on nights I had booked, hotel wouldn’t budge…

    I have IHG silver , SO has IHG diamond

    I have 20k points on my account that I want to spend for 1 night stay for us both. If my SO is a guest but the bookings from my account, do we still get to utilise her diamond benefits?

    Or put it simply:

    Are status benefits based on who arrives at the hotel or who makes the booking?

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