New Priority Club PointBreaks List is out!

Priority Club discounts awards each quarter down to 5000 points per night, and the new list is up.

The list includes notable properties such as Intercontinentals in Stockholm, Hanoi, O’Hare airport (hah!), Johannesburg Airport, and Miramar, Panama.

If you see a property on it, jump on the chance, hotels are frequently added and then pulled from the offer relatively quickly with fewer and fewer hotels participating as a quarter wears on.

I’ve discussed these awards many times in the past (e.g. here, here, here, and here). They’re great for a very limited number of properties, one can never count on being able to redeem for a PointBreaks participating hotel but it does make a small number of Priority Club points actually useful.  After all, you can purchase 5000 Priority Club points for $30 – $50 depending on the technique used.

(Hat tip to Musings of the Global Traveller.)

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  1. It seems that i can get more points refunded only if I already have at least 5000 points. Then I can book a night at some hotel for example for 5000 points plus $30, cancel it and get 10,000 points refunded. The question is, how to get the initial 5000 points cheaply?

  2. i’ve stayed at the intercontinental hanoi and to this date, it is my favorite property…the club room alone is the best i’ve ever seen…and the property is brand new…totally worth it!

  3. pc website not letting me book ohare ic with points keeps diverting me to the ohare ic website and they won’t let me book with points either anyone know whats up?

  4. its working from a diff link. gary care to explain what the “hah!” is about by ohare airport, something i should know?

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