IHG Rewards Club Instagram / Twitter Promo: 5,000 IHG Points For Sharing

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IHG Rewards Club is giving away 5,000 IHG points if you do the following:

  1. Tweet or Instagram a picture of yourself at home or at any IHG® property using the hashtags #HomeWithIHG #ad and #Rewardsoffer and including the handle @IHGRewardsClub.
  2. Visit IHGRewardsClub.com/ClaimMyPoints by December 31, 2018 and sign in with the social account you used for your post. They recommend to wait 15 minutes after your tweet before doing this.
  3. Register with your IHG® Rewards Club Number to claim your 5,000 points.

Here are the full rules. You must have public profile (they are looking for publicity here…) and be one of the first 10,000 participants to get your 5,000 points. Seems pretty low effort and low risk if you already use these social media apps.

IHG Rewards Club is the loyalty program for Intercontinental Hotels, Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Staybridge Suites, Candlewood Suites, Hotel Indigo, and EVEN Hotels. 5,000 IHG points is estimated to be worth roughly $30 towards a hotel night. They also have a discounted award night list called PointBreaks. You can also earn a lot more points with the Chase IHG Rewards Club Premier Card.

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