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Chase IHG® Rewards Club Premier Credit Card: 80k Bonus Points After You Spend $2,000 On Purchases In The First 3 Months

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Earn 80,000 bonus points after spending $2,000 on purchases within the first three months of account opening on the Chase IHG® Rewards Club Premier Credit Card. Annual fee is $89.

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  • Earn 80,000 bonus points after spending $2,000 on purchases within the first three months of account opening
  • Earn 5,000 bonus points after you add your first authorized user and make your first purchase in the first three months from account opening
  • Enjoy a Free Night after each account anniversary year at eligible IHG hotels worldwide. Plus, enjoy a free reward night when you redeem points for any stay of 4 or more nights
  • Earn 10 points per $1 spent when you stay at an IHG hotel
  • Earn 2 points per $1 spent on purchases at gas stations, grocery stores, and restaurants. Earn 1 point per $1 spent on all other purchases
  • Platinum Elite status as long as you remain a Premier card member
  • Global Entry or TSA Pre✓® Fee Credit of up to $100 every 4 years as reimbursement for the application fee charged to your card
  • IHG Rewards Club Bonus points are redeemable at hotels such as InterContinental®, Crowne Plaza®, Kimpton®, EVEN® Hotels, Indigo® Hotels & Holiday Inn®
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FYI, the new term is free room on anniversary night cannot exceed 40,000 points.
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This new $89 card is basically what the old $49 card used to be, with the addition of giving you a 4th night free if you book a reward stay of 4 or more nights- and the "free" annual night being restricted to only 40k or less properties (though they're downgrading the $49 card benefit in the same way).
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$89 is not worth it!
That's slightly better than cash price, but it's always easier to book with cash than the free night.
The hotel is 50% full but can't accept the free night sometimes.

So, while it's financially a good deal, economically, not so much.

The sign on bonus is still good though.
The link on my account (IHG) showed $50 statement credit too.

Been churning for about 6 years (once every 24 months) and I'm ready to apply again in about 2 weeks.
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What does the status entitle you. Sorry I'm not a veteran churner.
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What can you redeem with the 80k points? Statement balance, direct deposit into another account?
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What does the status entitle you. Sorry I'm not a veteran churner.
As a old plat card holder from the $49 version. Not much. Some bonus points when you spend money with them, that's about it.

They claim some room upgrades but Iv never experienced it, even in an Intercontinental
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As a old plat card holder from the $49 version. Not much. Some bonus points when you spend money with them, that's about it.

They claim some room upgrades but Iv never experienced it, even in an Intercontinental
I have experienced it multiple times. Usually upon check in they give you a better room if they have one available. If they don't, just ask during checkin.
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Luckily I still have the $49 card, but def not worth $89 after the aniv night capped at 40k
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I have experienced it multiple times. Usually upon check in they give you a better room if they have one available. If they don't, just ask during checkin.
Well that just reinforces how inconsistent it is then lol. Don't count on it but sometimes it happens.
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Good for a rip and dip, portfolio quality is inconsistent
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It's an okay deal. I might go for it soon since I have points and the 4 nights get 1 free would be nice as I go for weekly hotel stays several times a year.

If you were going to spend for pre tsa check then the credit offsets the AF. pre tsa is nice.

The 2nd annual fee when u pay 89 again is offset by the "free" night.

60k points could get u 4 nights (3 at 20K a night plus 1 free) somewhere in an above average hotel somewhere. Which could be equal to 400-500 priced hotel for 4 nights.
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Elite ($89) card gives you the pre tsa check. $49 AF card doesn't do that.
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$89 is not worth it!
That's slightly better than cash price, but it's always easier to book with cash than the free night.
The hotel is 50% full but can't accept the free night sometimes.

So, while it's financially a good deal, economically, not so much.

The sign on bonus is still good though.
The link on my account (IHG) showed $50 statement credit too.

Been churning for about 6 years (once every 24 months) and I'm ready to apply again in about 2 weeks.
Good info. There is a better offer which has a 50 dollar statement credit. Sign up for that offer instead of the offer/link that the op posted.
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