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Easy and Inexpensive 10,000 Priority Club Points

A new Priority Club Rewards promotion is offering 10,000 points for 4 unique InterContinental Hotels Group Priority Club Rewards partner activities between August 20 and October 31.

Registration online between August 20 and October 31 is required.

Registration Link: https://secure.ichotelsgroup.com/h/d/pc/1/en/ep?secure=true&_promoCode=3558

Priority Club Rewards Offer:


First activity = 1,000 points

Second Activity = 2,000 points

Third Activity = 3,000 points

Fourth Activity = 4,000 points


Maximum bonus points from this promotion = 10,000 points.


One eligible activity is a purchase of Priority Club points. This will assist the new member to Priority Club hotel stays with points to add to the 10,000 bonus to reach the 15,000 to 25,000 required for a free room night at most InterContinental Hotels Group hotels like Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inns, and Hotel Indigo. An InterContinental Hotel will run 30,000 to 40,000 points. PointBreaks are hotel offers at just 5,000 points for a free night with participating hotels.


A partner points to points conversion through Points.com is also an eligible activity and a good way to get more value out of some frequent flyer miles sitting in an orphan account that is unlikely to grow since you have no plan to fly the airline again anytime soon.


If you have a Priority Club branded VISA card, then you can count a credit card purchase as one activity.


Exchanging American Express Membership Rewards points counts as an activity.

Diners Club points exchanged into Priority Club points counts as an activity.


A Hertz car rental; Priority Club Rewards Shopping purchase, Netflix rental, Priority Club Rewards Dining by Rewards Network restaurant meal purchase, floral purchase, OfficeMax and a variety of other options can easily generate activity without the need to spend much money.


Here is the list of Priority Club Rewards Shopping partners: https://pcrshopping.dbgloyalty.com/all.jsp


Personally I can do Points.com, Diners Club exchange, purchase Priority Club points, and make a Priority Club Rewards Shopping Purchase in less than one hour and earn the bonus while spending less than $20.


Many Priority Club Rewards members can likely generate four activities with less than $20 in spending and earn the 10,000 Priority Club Rewards points bonus.


  • Jason August 22, 2009

    how does IHC know about your acitivies? for example, now that i’ve registered, do i just go purchase a 1000 points and will get 1000 points?

    if i charge with my PC credit card, will it automatically know that I should now get 2000 points?

  • Tim Weston August 22, 2009

    If I use Points.com and swap 10 US Airways miles for one Priority Club point, does that count as an activity?

  • Ric Garrido August 22, 2009

    Jason – any activity that earns points to your account will show as account activity in your Priority Club account. You have to log in to purchase points and a 1,000 points purchase will earn an additional 1,000 points.

    It may take a day or several weeks to receive your bonus points depending on how frequently Priority Club does a sweep of member data for this promotion.

    Also, all Priority Club points earned into your account – whether purchased, promotion bonuses, or partner activity points, or hotel stay points count towards elite status. This is the competitive advantage of the Priority Club Rewards program compared to other major hotel loyalty programs in the USA.

    Tim – I’ve done the 10 mile/point exchange and 100 mile/point for promotions in other loyalty programs with Points.com to receive qualifying activity.

    As long as Priority Club points are added to your account you have an eligible activity (within the restrictions of the promotion which limit some activity types to one activity for purposes of this promotion bonus).

  • Tim Weston August 22, 2009

    Thanks for the quick response! Just bought 1000 points for $13.50 and traded 10 for 1 at Points.com. Balance should go up by 4001 (1 swapped, 1000 bought, 1000 1st activity and 2000 2nd activity).

    This is definitely one of the easiest promotions I’ve ever seen!

  • Fly Delta August 23, 2009

    Thanks for this. There has to be a way to get all of them for almost free. Can we all look at vendors with say ebooks for $1.00 or free items after rebate with free s&h etc. I will post the first one that you can use. free s&h and free after rebate so it cost you one stamp:


    go to newegg from Priority Club. you could even sell the item on ebay and get your stamp cost back.

    now your turn. we need 19 more!

  • Fly Delta August 23, 2009

    …. btw, i paid with my PC visa so 2 down for free. 18 more.

    don’t have the visa? 30k points here:


  • jumpdogjump August 24, 2009

    Guess this is one type of promo the folks at Hyatt would have trouble matching…

  • jumpdogjump August 24, 2009

    I don’t suppose a purchase on a business card and a personal card counts as two?

  • kimber7 August 27, 2009

    does applying for & being approved for the PC branded Visa card count?

  • Ric Garrido August 28, 2009

    If there is a sign-up bonus, then earning points should count as a partner activity. Using the new card for any purchase would definitely count.

    You should call Priority Club to check.

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