IHG introduces rewards programme guests can share

Guests can use points they accrue to share free hotel rooms, flights and more

IHG rewards club
IHG rewards club

InterContinental Hotels Group has partnered with Coca-Cola Company to offer a rewards scheme where members can earn free nights to share with family and friends.

The Share Forever promotion runs from May 1 through September 7, 2015 and allows members to earn 500 additional points which they can redeem toward a Reward Night at the 4800 participating hotels. Guests can also use the points toward flights, merchandise or digital downloads.

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Lara Hernandez, VP, distribution and commercial marketing, The Americas at IHG said: "When you spend a lot of time on the road away from your family and friends, you want to find ways to have them share in your experiences.

“IHG Rewards Club is centred on our members and those who make their life rewarding, so with the 'Share Forever' promotion our members will be able to earn additional rewards to share with their loved ones."

The IHG rewards club is free to join.

How the "Share Forever" promotion works: to enroll, visit the IHG site or use their mobile app.

Once registered, members have the opportunity to:

• Earn 500 bonus points after one night at an IHG hotel anywhere in the world between May 1 and Sept. 7, 2015
• With additional nights, earn more bonus points, and free nights
• Give rewards to friends and family

The programme is open to residents of North America, the Caribbean and Latin America, but can be used for any hotel, including those in the Gulf.

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