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Chase IHG® Rewards Premier Credit Card
175K points after $3K spend in 3 months
Click here to learn how to apply
$99 Annual Fee
This card is subject to Chase's 5/24 rule (click here for details).
Recent better offer: None. This is the best we've seen.
Card Type: Mastercard World Elite
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Earning rate: 10X IHG ⚬ 5X travel, dining, and gas stations ⚬ 3X on all other purchases
Big spend bonus: 10K bonus points + $100 statement credit after you spend $20K in a calendar year + make one additional purchase ⚬ Diamond status after $40K in purchases + one additional purchase in a calendar year
Noteworthy perks: Annual free night e-certificate good at IHG properties up to 40K points per night ⚬ Ability to add an unlimited number of points to a free night certificate to book a higher-level hotel ⚬ Fourth night free on award stays ⚬ 20% discount on points purchases ⚬ Platinum elite status ⚬ Up to $50 in United TravelBank cash per year (must register your card with your United account) ⚬ $10 monthly GoPuff credit (through 12/31/23)
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IHG® Rewards Premier Credit Card
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Personal referral link only offers 140,000 points for $3000 spend. I sure wish the referral link offered the same 175K bonus.
Application states, Not available to anyone who has ANY IHG credit cards. Has this been confirmed, I have the old IHG card that is no longer available, will this void my ability to be approved for the Premier??
Is the United travel bank credit available the first year you get the card? With the new SUB (175k) plus the credit, this has become a very attractive offer.
Updated to 175k welcome offer
Extra night is dead I think
Can the bonus 40k certificate earned with the sign up bonus be topped off, or is it limited to 40k?
the cert that comes with the welcome bonus is limited to 40K
Your description incorrectly states that there is no annual fee the first year (there is a $89 fee in year one). Does your $840 1st year Value Estimate correctly include that fee?
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this is no longer 140k
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looks like the offer expired 🙁
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