Discounted 25,000 IHG Awards at the Venetian and Palazzo

Mar 9, 2015

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Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here – IHG Rewards Club Select Credit Card

Tomorrow, IHG Rewards is launching a launching a 50% off IHG Rewards Club Reward Nights flash sale for the The Venetian and The Palazzo, which is an InterContinental Alliance Resort located in Las Vegas on the Strip, meaning that free night awards will now be 25,000 points per night.


  • The IHG Rewards Club Reward Nights flash sale will launch at noon ET tomorrow, March 10
  • Each Reward Night at The Venetian and The Palazzo, an InterContinental Alliance Resort will be only 25,000 IHG Rewards Club points when booked between noon ET March 10 and noon ET on March 11 for stays March 10 – December 28, 2015
Instead of paying $347 per night, you'll be able to use 25,000 points for a free night.
Instead of paying $347 per night, you’ll be able to use 25,000 points for a free night.

My Thoughts: 

While these deals aren’t as lucrative as their IHG PointBreaks deals, if you’re looking to use your IHG points to stay on the strip, then now’s your chance to book. As a reminder IHG is a 1:1 transfer partner of Chase Ultimate Rewards, so you can transfer points from cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred, or Ink Plus to top up your account.

In addition, Chase is offering the IHG Rewards Club Select Credit Card with a sign-up bonus of 70,000 points (after you spend $2,000 in the first three months). That’s an increase from the standard offer of 60,000 points. There have been 80,000 point offers floating around for years, but the 70,000 point offer is the best one that’s publicly available.

Do you plan on booking either the Venetian or the Palazzo tomorrow, feel free to comment below!

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