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IHG Rewards Club Register

  • The IHG Rewards Club is set up for members who to earn free points just for staying at IHG hotels, plus for participating in other promotional opportunities, and they can eventually earn enough points to have a free hotel stay
  • There are very few limitations with IHG rewards redemptions, customer can redeem them for what they want, when they want it, meaning there are no blackout dates with IHG hotels
  • Staying at an IHG hotel is probably the fastest way to earn rewards points, but there are also plenty of other ways like signing up for the IHG card

Members who are in the InterContinental Hotels Group Rewards Club can earn points when they stay at any one of their 5,000 hotels or take part in their  promotions and partners. IGH Credit Card holders get a free night for every year of their enrollment on the anniversary of their first sign up. There’s no annual fee for the IHG card. IHG membership is open to any legal resident of the US who is at least 18 years old at the time of their sign up.

IHG Rewards Club Register Notes

  • Registration takes less than 2 minutes to complete
  • A valid email address is required
  • Those who already registered can simply sign in with their username

What are the benefits of the IHG Club Credit Card?

By signing up for the IHG Rewards Club Select Credit Card, customers can get on the fastest track to earning IHG points. Cardholders get 60,000 bonus points after they spend $1,000 on purchases within the first three months of the account opening. The 60,000 points promotion is only is available if a customer does not already have this credit card, and  if they have not received a new card member bonus for this card within the past two years. New cardholders also get 5,000 bonus points after they add their first authorized user and make their first purchase within the same 3 month period.

To contact the IHG Rewards club about a booking

  • Call 1 877 424 2449

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