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For less than the cost of a nice steak, you can stay in a pretty nice hotel in cities all around the world. When the IHG group puts out their new list of “Points Break” hotels, it sets the internet ablaze and rightly so. Though you may have seen headlines for “Points Break” hotels, you might not quite have realized that it translates to $28.75 a night. You really can’t beat that…

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IHG is out with the full list of “Points Break” hotels, and the list is very compelling. There are options all over the world, even featuring some properties worth well over $150 per night on average. You can check out the entire list right here.

How To Book For $28.75 Per Night

If you already have 5,000 IHG points from staying in their hotels, using their credit card or transferring Chase Ultimate Rewards Points, you can stay for a grand total of $0. Yes, zero. If you don’t already have 5,000 points, you can buy them here for just $28.75. That’s a steal of a deal. Once you have the points, just…

Check Availability And Go…

Use the IHG site (create a free account, if you don’t already have one), check availability using points for stays between October 30th 2017 and January 31st 2018 (the allowed dates in the promo) and get to booking. These deals dry up fast with good reason, so each moment is less chance to score incredible deals.

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