The Priority Privilege membership allowed you to get discounts on accommodation and dining at some of the world’s leading hotels and resorts. The program has since closed.
The Priority Privilege program is no longer available. However, this information has been left online for anyone who is interested in how the program used to work.
Pros and cons of Priority Privilege
- Perks upon joining. When you get your Priority Privilege card, you receive two transferable 'stay 2 nights for the price of 1' certificates, two 'breakfast' certificates, a $50 'hotel credit' certificate, two transferable 25% 'off best flexible rate' certificates and a 50% off 'visit dining' certificate.
- Ongoing discounts. As a Priority Privilege member you continue to get 10% off best flexible rates, 10% off advance purchase rates and up to 50% off dining throughout the membership's tenure.
- IHG Rewards Club membership. This membership gives you the ability to collect points every time you spend money through a participating member and the fact that your points never expire is a definite plus. You can redeem points in the form of airline miles, night awards, gift cards and a variety of merchandise.
- Annual fee. While Priority Privilege membership comes with a number of benefits, it also requires you to pay an annual fee of $299.
As a value addition to its membership, Priority Privilege ties up with special partners to present offers and discounts. Existing partners include Avis and TopWines and existing offers comprise of a free weekend day special with Avis, a $30 discount with Avis, 33% off on a sampler pack at TopWines and six bonus bottles along with orders of particular award winning wines, also at TopWines.