Free Night When You Stay Two Consecutive Nights at Holiday Inn Resort Properties

Escape the cold weather this winter. Stay at any Holiday Inn Resort property at a qualifying room rate for two consecutive nights during the Winter Break promotion between now and February 28, 2013, and you will receive a free night — valid for one year from award registration — to be used on a future stay at any Holiday Inn Resort property in North America.

Additionally, if you book your reservation using the Book Early & Save rate, you can save up to 20 percent on your room rate. However, be aware that this advance purchase rate requires payment in full at the time of reservation and is not refundable — and because you can save up to 20 percent, this means that your savings may be negligible at certain properties, which to me is not worth risking paying for the reservation in full in advance. Also, some FlyerTalk members have encountered problems with this rate to not qualify for earning Priority Club frequent guest loyalty program points — at least initially, anyway.

Only one award may be redeemed per trip per household. You must be a member of the Priority Club frequent guest loyalty program and register in advance to qualify for this promotion. You must also be a legal resident of any state in the United States, including Washington, D.C.

Except for the Waikiki Beachcomber Holiday Inn Resort property, the maximum value of the award night is $400.00 at any Holiday Inn Resort property — and if the value exceeds $400.00, full payment must be made at the time of booking using a major credit card. Travel must be booked at least 45 days in advance of departure. Awards redeemed for stays in Hawaii require the purchase of airfare to Hawaii. Airfare and the hotel nights must be booked at the same time. Room inventory is subject to availability, and blackout dates may apply.

If all of that was not enough, other terms and conditions apply — and they are subject to change at any time.

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