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IHG Point Breaks are a periodic promotion that is run by IHG, where a certain list of hotels (usually around 150) is discounted to only needing 5000 points a night to book (instead of whatever the regular price is)

Reader David alerted me that IHG has moved its Point Breaks page.  Instead of being at

the Point Breaks page is now at


[Why is the IHG Point Breaks page so hard to find?!?]

So if you have the old page bookmarked, you should change your bookmark.  Of course, really you should bookmark my Complete IHG Point Breaks map and sortable table page, since it’s much better :-).  We should be expecting a new IHG Point Breaks list towards the end of this month – as always check here at Points With a Crew for a map and sortable table of the hotels.

Cmon IHG can we not get an HTTP 301 redirect in there!?!?

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