Limited-Time Increase on IHG Premier Credit Card

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The IHG Reward Club Premier Credit Card has an offer that makes it more compelling. It has had a signup bonus of 140K points for a while but an annual free night certificate has now been added to the bonus. This can be used at a stay that would cost 40K or less to book. Unfortunately, this certificate cannot be topped off like the usual annual night certificates can be. However, this increase to the IHG Premier Credit Card is still a great one and makes it the best offer I’ve seen for this card.

 

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I really like IHG Credit Cards for travel to Asia and have had great luck getting upgraded to suites with them. They are also great for family travel in the United States. You can read more about this card here.

Remember that this is a Chase card so it falls under the Chase 5/24 rule. Although I really do like this card a lot and keep it in my wallet, I applied for it when it did not fall under the 5/24 rule. I would have to think long and hard about whether it made sense to get it for my portfolio now. It may work for you and be just what you need but for someone else, it may not make sense.

Bottom Line

The addition of a free night award to the signup bonus on the IHG Rewards Club Premier Credit Card certainly makes it more compelling. However, it does take a 5/24 spot. Does that make it worth getting for you?

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