Get $75 to Escape

Stay 2 consecutive weekend nights (Friday, Saturday, or Sunday) at any IHG hotel and receive a $75 Prepaid MasterCard.

Timeframe: May 14, 2012 – Sep 3, 2012

I’ve taken advantage of this offer from Priority Club before and the rebate was processed in a somewhat timely fashion – less than 2 months. It was a nice surprise to see the $75 MasterCard arrive in the mail after forgetting about the promotion. If you can find a cheap rate, you can really take advantage of this $75 rebate.

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How To: Vacation in Bora Bora – Part 2

Now that the air strategy is taken care of, it’s time to discuss the lodging options. This is where it gets more complicated (or interesting, if you’re me). Hotels are a totally different game. There are more options and more ways to get a good deal.

My friend and his wife want to stay in a luxury hotel for 5 nights in Bora Bora. They’ve already gone there before and stayed at the best Overwater Bungalow (OWB) at the InterContinental Thalasso so doing that again may not be a priority. With this information, I was able to put together a list of potential hotels along with ways of getting cheap/free nights.

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New England: Boston, Portsmouth, & Holiday Inn Review

As we approached the end of summer, Joann and Leslie planned a getaway for the four of us to Portsmouth, NH last weekend. Just a 2 night stay to relax, eat some [sea]food, and see some “old timey stuff.” And if I could score some hotel points for our lodging, well then that would just make a perfect trip.

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InterContinental Friends & Family Rate Trick

There are a number of ways that you can save on hotel rates, but with so many discount codes and different rates, it may get confusing. This post specifically targets a great tactic to receive a discounted rate – InterContinental Hotels Group Friends & Family Rate.

Technically, this rate is for the friends and family of IHG employees, but an IHG Senior Vice President posted a link on his Facebook page, thus making it open for everyone! It’s a pretty easy process that anyone can do.

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