Anniversary free nights from credit cards can be a bit of a pain for a couple of reasons. First of all, you want to make sure that you’re getting a better value than the cost of the annual fee.
Another issue is that they expire. Do you want to use a free night towards a trip you are planning or plan a trip around it?
I recently shared where we are staying with our IHG Anniversary Free Night. Then AwardWallet informed me that my Marriott Rewards Anniversary Free Night was expiring in less than 3 months. Continue reading Where Are We Staying With My Marriott Rewards Anniversary Free Night
The IHG credit card from Chase bank is a keeper in most miles & points enthusiast’s credit card collection. The big draw for keeping the card is paying the $49 annual fee each year which comes with one free night at any IHG property in the world.
The perk will be changing soon and the free night will not be quite as generous. I wanted to make sure that one of my last IHG Anniversary free nights was at a great property. Continue reading Where Are We Staying With My IHG Anniversary Free Night?
One perk which makes the IHG credit card a keeper is the IHG Anniversary Free night.
With the benefit you get one free night each year at any IHG property around the world. This makes paying the $49 annual fee a relative bargain. In the past I’ve used my free night at hotels at some very nice properties.
In 2012 we stayed at the Intercontinental Singapore. Last year I wrote about a crazy expensive IHG Anniversary Free Night that we weren’t booking. I then wrote about an expensive IHG Anniversary night that we did book. We also used two certificates over the summer at the Intercontinental Muscat during our trip to the Mid-East Gulf States.
So how could I get good value this year using my free night? Continue reading IHG Anniversary Free Night: $49 For A $415 Hotel Room