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Up to 80,000 Points for Chase Priority Club Visa

by on February 13, 2011 · 15 comments

in Credit Cards, IHG Rewards

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In December I received a targeted 80,000 point sign-up offer, which was a pretty greal deal.  I couldn’t post it here because it was a targeted offer with a unique code, but I believe it was sent to most US Priority Club members. Mine was sent on 12/13/10 and if you have Gmail, just search for “Priority Club 80,000″ and you should be able to find it if you were indeed earmarked for this promotion. If you aren’t a Priority Club member, I recommend signing up now in hopes of receiving this offer. I don’t have status with PC and I don’t think I had any paid stays on that account, so I doesn’t seem like I satisfied any special criteria.

For those of you who didn’t get the 80,000 offer, there is a 60,000 point offer open to everyone.
$49 annual fee (waived for the first year),
one free night each year the card is renewed,
10% Rebate on Priority Club redemptions
5 points per dollar spent on Priority Club hotels,
2 points per dollar on gas, groceries, and dining,
1 point per dollar on everything else, and
Gold elite status which is usually earned after 15 nights or 20,000 points. Main benefits: Early check-in/ late check out, 10% points bonus, and better customer service.

If you remember, I used 20,000 points and $60 a night for four nights at the Intercontinental Rio de Janiero over New Year’s Eve when rooms were going for over $500 a night. Priority Club has a bunch of redemption options, but redeeming for Priority Club hotels is generally the best value in my opinion. Redemptions start at 5,000 for PointBreaks hotels and go up to 40,000 for Intercontinental stays.

Overall, this is a very strong card offering and I’ll be featuring a comparison of the Hyatt and Priority Club cards tomorrow in case you are torn between both.

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  • maya

    Hi,
    I received this in my inbox in Dec too, but had deleted it. Thanks to you, I was able to retrieve it. I was just wondering if you knew how long the offer was good for? I just applied for the Hyatt Chase card, and need to wait a while b4 going for this one. Do you know how long one needs to wait between Chase applications?
    Thanks again for the great info :)

  • Kevin

    Just received the 80k targeted offer in the mail with an invitation code, debating how valuable it is to have these points? Brian, can you chime in?

  • Golfing Girl

    We got this card in Dec. of 2010 and got the 80K points instead of the advertised 30K. :) We just used 60K points to stay in a Cincinnati hotel for 3 nights (Staybridge Suites) that was going for $150/night. We’ll also be getting 6K points back. We only use the card where Amex isn’t accepted or at dining locations and have earned almost 20K additional points just from using the card somewhat sparingly. Even at $49/year next year, I’m sure we can recoup it by staying at a nice hotel with our free night. Got great customer service on the phone and at the hotel. Even got 2K point voucher when we checked out because I mentioned a couple of things other rude guests had done (not hotel’s fault).

  • Howie from Maui

    Got the card, got the points..Used them to overnight after a cruise that ended in Barcelona.. Wonderful accomodations at the HIE and only 15000 points.

  • Devisissy

    I have the 80,000 codes if anyone wants?

  • Devisissy

    In case anyone wants them here you go. 1,000 free points for watching the video then if you sign up for the chase video with the link provided you get the 80,000 after the first use of the card, given you are approved. Other than watching the video nothing else needs to be done to get the 1,000 and it is instant. Go to priorityclub.com/visa1000 then enter the code, here are a few for anyone who wants.
    SKAEX9MDB3
    SKAEXYJ9B3
    SKAEXF5SB3
    Only one code will work per PC member so stacking won’t work :(

  • Kingc

    It show only 60,000 points. After watching the video, i did not get the 1000 points. Please help if i did something wrong or the offer is expired. Thanks.

  • Vado in Aereo

    I signed up for the 60k link; had been PC Gold in the distant past but have been a “Club” (base) member for some time now, at least a year, maybe three. The 60k bonus points finally came through, and I was bumped to Platinum instead of Gold! Your mileage may vary.

  • Jeff

    Do you have 80k codes still? Thank you.

  • d s

    Can these bonus points earned from the credit card promotion be transferred to airlines miles? (i.e. United)

  • john

    I was already a priority club member. I then got the priority club credit card. Will the points earned be combined an accessed through my original priority club account?

  • CanuckinCT

    I’m into this offer – card received – was already a PC Platinum Ambassador. 1 question – when will the 80K post to the PCR account?

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  • SmittyNYUSA

    AIR TRAVEL is 160,000 points for a round trip domestic! Giving 60,000 points gets you very little in the way of airline tix. Just be aware, it’s a HOTEL card.

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