New Priority Club PointBreaks List is Out (and it’s a good one)

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Priority Club has just launched the next quarter’s PointBreaks hotel list……and it is a pretty good one!  PointBreaks are one of the best hotel points deals out there.  For just 5,000 Priority Club points, you can secure a night at a variety of hotels ranging from Holiday Inn Express Hotels to Intercontinental Hotels to Crowne Plaza Resorts.  5,000 Priority Club points can be obtained for as little as about $35, so this is an amazing deal in my book.  This new list can be utilized to make reservations until July 31st, but some of the really “hot” properties on the list will likely be unavailable at the PointBreaks level in the very near future as others will make refundable reservations at those properties in a hurry.

The photos online of the Crowne Plaza Resort Phuket Panwa Beach Resort and the Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur make me drool a little bit.  They look like an outright steal for 5,000 points per night!

I won’t be jetting off to Thailand this summer, but there are a couple properties in the US that may be useful for my travel plans.  I can personally vouch for the Intercontinental Hotel in Houston near the Galleria as being a good deal for 5,000 points.  I have stayed at that property for work many times in the past, and was always pleased with my stay.  It is in a perfect spot if you want to do some serious Galleria shopping!  I have also enjoyed the Hotel Indigo properties I have stayed at, and there are several to choose from on the list.  We are going to Montreal this summer, and the Holiday Inn Select Centre Ville Downtown for 5,000 points is quite tempting.  Of course, the Corpus Christi Emerald Beach Holiday Inn is a possible target for Texas families like mine that might want a quick beach trip this summer.

Go here and check out the list – book quickly if you want in on one of these offers.  You can always cancel the reservation later (check each property for specific reservation deadlines).


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  1. I needed this for two weeks in Cleveland in April, but there were no Cleveland properties on the list. Timing is everything!

  2. @Maury, it is not inside the Galleria, it is near the Galleria – a few blocks away.
    @Chris, timing is everything with this one for sure!

  3. Like some one said timing is everything. Just yesterday night booked non refundable room at one of the property.

  4. @Brian, I saw some 5,000 nights into August.
    @sara, that stinks!
    @Miles, good job!
    @Nancy, google “Priority Club points for .6 cents and you will find your answer.” 😉

  5. Mommy Points – I realized exactly how after I hit send. Thanks so much for the work you do on this. Love it!

  6. I will probably book a couple at the KL Intercontinental at the very beginning of our family trip to SE Asia this summer. 5,000 is a good deal, but the best available for the dates I’m looking at is only about $87.

  7. I should learn to search/read before posting a question. Never mind, I’ll google “riority club points for .6 cents”. 🙂 Thanks.

  8. I’ve stayed at the Holiday Inn Select Centre Ville Downtown Montreal — not a great property I’m afraid, but good location.

  9. I have no experience with this, so I’m wondering do hotels ever show up on the list twice in a row? There’s a hotel that I’d like to stay at, but the timing isn’t right for my family. (San Diego Staybridge Suites) What are the chances it’ll be on there next time? Or again in the future?

    Also, this list is good through July 31, right? So when would you expect the next round to be released? And through what date would you expect them to be in force?

    Thank you!

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