What: “There is just so much to love about the Kingdom of Thailand. The bustling cities offer a world of opportunities for sight-seeing and shopping; the lush terrains are playgrounds to adventurers, and the beautiful beaches make ideal holiday escapes. Above all, the ever-friendly smiles of the Thai people are always ready to welcome you again.
With special rates from USD45, look forward to complimentary upgrades and late check-out till 3pm.”
Brands: InterContinental,Holiday Inn and oliday Inn resorts
– Book by 30th September 2010
– Stay by: 31st December 2010
How: Book now…
Notes: As always – subject to availability – see T&C’s
(For all rate offers see All Current Rate Offers )
What: Try your luck with this one – no guarantees that any additional points will come your way though!
– Priority Club Bonus (BOOK ONLINE 2000 POINT BONUS)
– Priority Club Bonus (NEW MEMBER BONUS)
– Priority Club Bonus (1500 Points when you stay within 60 days)
– Priority Club Bonus (Stay 15 nights and earn £25 Marks & Spencer gift voucher – UK only)
What: Now for a limited time, you can earn 20,000 points with a 4-night stay at Holiday Inn Club Vacations locations in Orlando or Myrtle Beach.
(Note: There is normally a 15,000 point offer around – so this a great enhancement to that deal)
– Holiday Inn Club Vacations at Orange Lake Resort – Orlando
– Holiday Inn Club Vacations at South Beach Resort – Myrtle Beach
When: Until August 21, 2010
How: Register now..
See all Bonus Points Offers
What: “Offer: Earn double points on points earned for each Qualifying Partner Activity between July 1, 2010, and August 31, 2010. These bonus points are in addition to normal bonus points offered by participating partners. Double points will be awarded on base partner point offering and does not apply to points earned through bonus point promotions offered by the partner. Partner offers subject to the terms and conditions of each individual offer.”
Brands include: DirectV, Netflix; Priority Club® Rewards Shopping; Priority Club® Dining; e-Rewards®; FTD.com, Gift Sense™; Points.com (point/mile swap for Priority Club points): Global Traveler, USA TODAY®, Vinesse® Wine Clubs, Energy Plus™, Office Max, Regus®, Hertz, Avis, Budget
When: Until 31st August 2010
How: Register now…
What: “Our exclusive Priority Club toolbar button is another one of our great Travel Tools that make your travel experience more rewarding. By downloading the button, you’ll be earning yourself 300 bonus points and for a limited time only* every time you use it to make a reservation, we’ll give you another 300 points. How’s that for rewarding?”
When: No end date given
How: Download now…
What: The new InterContinental hotel in Times Square is now open, with rates lower than the Berkeley and with this introductory offer – there’s no better place to go for those who like to stay in the top tier of IHG hotels.
As part of the opening offer book 2 nights consecutively and you can chose from a rate package which includes 10,000 bonus points. For some dates in August this deal cost an extra US$76 (US$38 per night).
Staying more than two nights then make a separate booking for the third night using the Friends and Family Rate – as you can’t earn any more points (unless qualifying nights are important to you).
Where: Times Square, New York, NY, USA
When: Stay by <unknown>
How: Book in the normal way
What: Simply answer the following 32 questions on your travelling habits for both pleasure and business travel. Once you submit your answers you are automatically entered into our free prize draw to win 100,000 Priority Club points! Your Priority Club points can be
redeemed in the usual way.
How: Take Part
As of the 1st July 2010, the Ambassador joining fee has risen from US$150 to US$200. This is a double blow to EU residents who have also seen the USD/EUR exchange rate weaken over the last 6 months, meaning that the cost Ambassador status has effectively gone up from €100 in December 2009 to ~€157 today.
You can alternatively use 32,000 points to buy status (previously 24,000 points).
The renewal fee has remained the same at US$100 or 18,000 points.
So what do you get for the new “enhanced” fee – nothing more than you received before!