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IHG 50% off Last Minute Reward Nights Dec 6-8, 2013

The first full weekend of the month means another edition of IHG Rewards Club Last Minute Reward Nights. There are only 37 hotels on the list with 25 in the USA and 12 other hotels in 8 countries.

Seems like the LMRN monthly special is getting supplanted by IHG monthly flash sales which offer some hotels at up to 75% off and a longer stay window than just a 3-night weekend.

Last Minute Reward Nights are 50% off the Standard Reward rate and only available for stays on this Friday, Saturday and/or Sunday December 6-8. Reward reservations must be booked by Thursday, December 5, 2013.

United States

Alabama Holiday Inn Express and Suites FLORENCE NORTHEAST
15,000
7,500 pts.

Illinois Holiday Inn CHICAGO-TINLEY PARK-CONV CTR
25,000
12,500 pts

Iowa Holiday Inn DUBUQUE/GALENA
20,000
10,000 pts.

Maryland Holiday Inn FREDERICK-CONF CTR AT FSK MALL
20,000
10,000 pts.

Michigan

Mississippi Holiday Inn Express PASCAGOULA-MOSS POINT
20,000
10,000 pts.

New Hampshire Holiday Inn SALEM (I-93 AT EXIT 2)
25,000
12,500 pts.

New Mexico Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites ALBUQUERQUE-NORTH I-25
20,000
10,000 pts.

New York

North Carolina

Pennsylvania

South Carolina Holiday Inn Express® FLORENCE I-95 & I-20 CIVIC CTR
25,000
12,500 pts.

Texas

Utah

Virginia

Brazil (1)

Canada (1)

China (People’s Republic) (5)

Colombia (1)

Japan (1)

Mexico (1)

Russia (1)

United Kingdom (1)

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California is writer and owner of Loyalty Traveler.

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