IHG Cyber Monday Promo: 10K Bonus Points Every Two Nights

IHG Cyber Monday Promo: 10K Bonus Points Every Two Nights

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Booking IHG stays over the next couple of days could be pretty lucrative.

IHG One Rewards Cyber Monday promotion

IHG is offering what it describes as its “Biggest Member Event.” In addition to incentivizing IHG app downloads, IHG is also offering bonus points for hotel bookings. Specifically, IHG One Rewards is offering 10,000 bonus points for every two nights stayed by members:

  • Registration is required prior to booking your stay (and not just prior to consuming your stay)
  • You can earn 10,000 bonus points for every two nights consumed by December 31, 2022 (the terms say this is based on “local standard time,” though I’m not sure what exactly that refers to, and I’d err on the side of caution)
  • This is only valid for bookings made on Monday, November 28, 2022, and Tuesday, November 29, 2022; previously booked stays don’t qualify, so you’ll want to book on Monday or Tuesday
  • Only cash rates booked directly with IHG qualify for this promotion, so stays booked with points wouldn’t qualify
  • The bonus points you earn are based on the cumulative nights you stay; so a stay of four nights would earn 20,000 bonus points, while two stays of one night each would earn 10,000 bonus points
  • It can take up to six weeks for bonus points to post

You can find the full promotion terms here.

Earn 10K bonus points after every two nights

How lucrative is this IHG promotion?

With this promotion you could essentially earn 5,000 bonus IHG points per night. Personally I value IHG points at 0.5 cents each, meaning that this is the equivalent of a $25 incremental return per night. That’s pretty awesome, regardless of whether you’re making a new booking, or manage to rebook a stay without it costing you too much extra.

Keep in mind that this also stacks with IHG’s current global promotion, which potentially offers 10,000 bonus IHG points after every four nights. Between those two offers, as well as standard points earning rates with IHG, you can get very nicely rewarded for any upcoming stays.

Stack this with IHG’s global promotion

Bottom line

IHG One Rewards has a phenomenal Cyber Monday promotion, offering 10,000 bonus points after every two nights. This can be stacked with any other IHG promotion currently being offered. So if you have any upcoming stays, it could definitely make sense to book (or rebook) on Monday or Tuesday.

Do you plan on taking advantage of this IHG promotion?

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  1. Tony Guest

    Nice offer, but they definitely hiked up the prices for this promotion. I already reserved a stay later in December and the prices for the same room/dates are now about 10% more.

  2. Jon Guest

    If I book two nights using my free weekend night from amb program, does it count as qualifying?

  3. Hibiki New Member

    I can't find any mention of limit in the terms, so if we stay at hotels barely above $30/nt before taxes and fees, we could effectively stay for net cost similar to bunk beds at hostels, if we value 10k pts as $50, for the rest of this year? Very tempting. This reminds me of IHG rich offers pre 2019. This, I'm not even including Pick Your Payout promo that I already signed up for, and elite bonus.

  4. Eric Guest

    Does the link to the offer not work for anyone else? Could someone please include another link to the offer? Thank you!

  5. John Guest

    IHG is still fantastic when it comes to earn and burn.

    As a frequent IHG stayer, you essentially earn 1k/night through the milesstone rewards (which is 10k points per 10 nights) plus 2.5k/night through the current global promo plus regular points plus 100% bonus points as Diamond. And now one more promo on top.

    On a $100 night, you therefore get 7500 points (worth around $37.50).

    Furthermore, you can stack this with cashback portals (in...

    IHG is still fantastic when it comes to earn and burn.

    As a frequent IHG stayer, you essentially earn 1k/night through the milesstone rewards (which is 10k points per 10 nights) plus 2.5k/night through the current global promo plus regular points plus 100% bonus points as Diamond. And now one more promo on top.

    On a $100 night, you therefore get 7500 points (worth around $37.50).

    Furthermore, you can stack this with cashback portals (in difference to Hilton and Hyatt, decent cashback may still be earned). Last but not least, I get around 20% off the BAR through my corporate rate.

    Factor in all the elite benefits (Diamond breakfast, lounge access, suite upgrade awards) plus the Amb benefits (guaranteed 4PM checkout at IC) and IHG is a fantastic programme.

    The Amb part is a bit strange but at least this year, buying Amb was a no-brainer due to the Amb promo.

    1. Regis Guest

      IHG is shaming the competition with these valuable points promotions. I have been steering all my stays to IHG properties for the past months. Hilton, Marriott and Hyatt (especially) have lost dozens of paid stays from me because of their stingeness. These chains will have to step up their games if they want me to come back because I am getting fond of IHG now.

    2. Billy Bob Guest

      Agree that IHG is a good program if only for the ability to add points to Chase certificates now. Plus, on the ones that can't be supplemented, I just used three 'select' certificates (mine, my wife's and my mom's) which were expiring at the end of 2022 for three nights in my name at a Mr and Mrs Smith in Italy that otherwise would have cost me north of $400/night. So, I can confirm that...

      Agree that IHG is a good program if only for the ability to add points to Chase certificates now. Plus, on the ones that can't be supplemented, I just used three 'select' certificates (mine, my wife's and my mom's) which were expiring at the end of 2022 for three nights in my name at a Mr and Mrs Smith in Italy that otherwise would have cost me north of $400/night. So, I can confirm that those certificates can be used by others (always make the reservation for two people and then add who's checking in - you'll get an overall confirmation number too if you call to ensure that you did it right).

      As for Ambassador I cannot see the value. Booking that 'free' night must be done at the Ambassador second-night rate, which is absurdly high compared to other available rates at the same hotel. Plus, unless you're in China, the breakfast is only for ONE person. "Sorry, honey, but I'll let you know how the buffet was and I'll pick you up an Egg McMuffin on the way back to the room."

      So, some good and some not so good. We also used the premier certificates in Santorini earlier this year for four nights at a resort where you could easily divide the cash daily rate by 24 hours per day and realize that you would be spending the equivalent of a full meal for two (or even four) with wine every hour just to stay there. Sleeping could cost $5 a minute - things like that. Thank goodness those certs with added points exist -- very valuable!

    3. SJC New Member

      Isn’t the new Diamond benefit for breakfast for member plus one? You can use this at their full service properties. I think that the breakfast benefit under the old program was more confusing.

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John Guest

IHG is still fantastic when it comes to earn and burn. As a frequent IHG stayer, you essentially earn 1k/night through the milesstone rewards (which is 10k points per 10 nights) plus 2.5k/night through the current global promo plus regular points plus 100% bonus points as Diamond. And now one more promo on top. On a $100 night, you therefore get 7500 points (worth around $37.50). Furthermore, you can stack this with cashback portals (in difference to Hilton and Hyatt, decent cashback may still be earned). Last but not least, I get around 20% off the BAR through my corporate rate. Factor in all the elite benefits (Diamond breakfast, lounge access, suite upgrade awards) plus the Amb benefits (guaranteed 4PM checkout at IC) and IHG is a fantastic programme. The Amb part is a bit strange but at least this year, buying Amb was a no-brainer due to the Amb promo.

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Tony Guest

Nice offer, but they definitely hiked up the prices for this promotion. I already reserved a stay later in December and the prices for the same room/dates are now about 10% more.

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Jon Guest

If I book two nights using my free weekend night from amb program, does it count as qualifying?

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