Get 5% Or 10% Back When Spending $100+ (Targeted)

A new IHG Chase Offer appeared on some Chase cards yesterday which can save you money on upcoming stays. There are at least two different versions of the offer – one giving 5% back and the other giving 10% back.

View from the Kimpton Seafire in Grand Cayman

The Deals

  • Spend $100+ at IHG properties & get 10% back with a Chase Offer, or
  • Spend $100+ at IHG properties & get 5% back with a Chase Offer.

Key Terms

  • Expires September 14, 2020.
  • 10% offer has a maximum statement credit of $31.
  • 5% offer has a maximum statement credit of $16.
  • Payment must be made directly with the merchant.
  • Offer valid at all IHG brands
  • Offer valid one time only.

Quick Thoughts

If you have any upcoming paid stays at IHG properties, this is a decent deal, especially if you get the offer on the right card. My wife got the 10% offer on her Chase Sapphire Reserve, IHG Premier and Ink Business Preferred cards, while I got the 5% offer on my IHG Premier card.

My wife is still in her first year of card membership on her IHG Premier, so she’s still earning 25x when paying for IHG stays. That’s a great return as it is, but even better that she’ll now get an additional 10% back if we have a paid stay by September 14.

Something important to remember with this Chase Offer is that it’s only valid one time. If you’ll be booking two or more paid stays with IHG by September 14 and your first stay costs less, it might be best to pay for the more expensive stay on the card loaded with this offer and the cheaper stay with a different card. If you have this IHG Chase Offer on multiple cards though, it’s less of an issue because you could pay for the different stays on different cards and get the statement credit on each.

The 10% offer has a statement credit limit of $31 which means you’ll max it out when spending $310. The 5% offer has a limit of $16 back which means you’ll max it out when spending $320. If you only have one IHG stay booked by September 14 and it costs more than $310 or $320, you could split the payment across two or more cards if you have the offer on more than one card.

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