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InterContinental Hotels Groups Priority Club Rewards partners with Air New Zealand

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com 25 May 2005

InterContinental Hotels Groups loyalty programme, Priority Club Rewards and Air New Zealand have entered into a global partnership that will allow members of their respective frequent travel programmes Priority Club Rewards and Air New Zealand Airpoints to earn Airpoints Dollars when staying at any of the Groups 3,500 hotels worldwide.

Air New Zealand Airpoints members will now be able to earn Airports Dollars by staying at InterContinental hotels and resorts, Crowne Plaza hotels and resorts, Hotel Indigo, Holiday Inn hotels and resorts, Express by Holiday Inn, Staybridge Suites and Candlewood Suites around the world.

The partnership adds to the growing suite of over 40 airline partners of the Priority Club Rewards programme. Members can choose to earn either Priority Club points or airline miles whenever they stay at the groups hotels.

We are pleased to complement our award winning loyalty programme Priority Club Rewards, with a quality airline partner like Air New Zealand. This alliance provides great benefits to our members offering an even faster way to accumulate reward points for their loyalty, said InterContinental Hotels Group Director of Loyalty Marketing for Asia Pacific Julia Wong.

For Air New Zealand, the partnership means access to Priority Club members in Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific, part of the 1.4 million members across Asia Pacific and the more than 24 million members worldwide.

Priority Club Rewards offers members late check out, no blackout dates, points that never expire and a comprehensive online redemption process.

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