IHG Rewards Club is coming in July 2013
IHG Rewards Club is coming in July 2013
TOHOLOGY, 30 June 2013

Tomorrow, July 1, 2013, Priority Club Rewards will be rebranded and renamed IHG Rewards Club. Rebranding will strengthen the link between InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) and all of those brands. As a result, members will discover more hotels, as well as new benefits.

IHG today

9 brands in nearly 100 countries and over 675,000 hotel rooms worldwide.

Let’s take a glance at main changes and new benefits of IHG Rewards Club.

Design

Loyalty programme card, then

Loyalty programme card, now

Priority Club Rewards design

IHG Rewards Club design

Benefits overview

  • Free Internet
    IHG Rewards Club will provide members with free Internet in all 4,600 hotels, starting with Elite (Gold, Platinum, Ambassador) members in July 2013, and available to all members in 2014.
  • Fast track to Elite status
    Ability to earn Elite status faster by staying in more than two of brands.
  • Reward Nights now count
    Reward Nights will count toward earning Elite status.
  • Nights earned beyond
    Effective from July, Platinum Elite members’ “extra” nights will roll over toward maintaining their status in their next membership year.

Earning structure

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