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Priority Club PointBreaks Hotels to March 31, 2012

The new list of Priority Club PointBreaks Reward hotels posted today. These are hotels available for 5,000 points per night. Hotels are available until the allocated reward nights are booked and then the hotel drops off the list.

Priority Club members can buy points for $11.50 to $13.50 per 1,000 points. 5,000 points is $67.50 and the rate drops to $57.50 per PointBreaks night if you buy 26,000 or more points at a time. Members can buy up to 50,000 points in a calendar year.

Hopefully you already have points in your account. The availability of the Holiday Inn Express in Fortuna, California has me thinking about a coastal road trip north into Humboldt County this winter.

The selection is primarily in the USA this round with few hotels elsewhere in the world.

InterContinental Tahiti at 5,000 points per night is a deal if you can find a reservation and swing the airfare. Hint: Look in Asia.

Tahiti was not bookable when I tried just before posting this. The rate still showed 30,000 points per night. Sometimes it takes a few hours or even a day before the hotels are bookable.



  • ASen January 23, 2012

    This time the list seems even more useless!

  • Hazem Hussein January 26, 2012

    Thanks for sharing.. Tahiti was removed from day one!
    Also IC Shanghai was gone the following morning!

  • Ric Garrido January 26, 2012

    @Hazem – the top value properties usually are gone within a day ot two of the PointBreaks list publishing date.

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