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The link is for the InterContinental Hotels Group in 1st post.
The employees link is available to freely use,as it's certainly the best marketing ploy they came up with,and this is why it is still going (3 years now ) and being used throughout the internet world, you can google about this, just incase your worried about booking,more info etc in 1st post.

Worked for me many times and others.Facebook IHG REWARDS is your friend for info on naming a friend on your voucher.

Just enjoy your stay and discount

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1 Like #1
Example of savings

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0903/fuzzyrazer/018ccd17dc9295ee86e0c99b482936cb.jpg
[helper]#2
Hi hotscot, many thanks for posting, as the discount is automatically applied using the link you have supplied, and a voucher code is not required i have moved your thread to the deals section of the forum, 8)
banned#3
Hot from me - works well on the ones I've checked
2 Likes #4
missgem
Hi hotscot, many thanks for posting, as the discount is automatically applied using the link you have supplied, and a voucher code is not required i have moved your thread to the deals section of the forum, 8)


That's strange,when I posted before Andywedge moved it to vouchers.lol as I wasn't sure we're to put it,as you need to print out a voucher to take with you :) oh well as long as it helps.
#5
I booked a non refundable stay earlier today! Could have saved me £20 with this :(
#6
poshgal01
I booked a non refundable stay earlier today! Could have saved me £20 with this :(

You could always try printing out the lower price and take it with you as they say

"We’re so confident in our prices that we’re standing by them with our Best Price Guarantee. Find our rooms for a lower price elsewhere and your first night is free."
#7
nice one
1 Like #8
I've been using this for years no problems and freely advertised onm their Facebook pages
#9
bcp
poshgal01
I booked a non refundable stay earlier today! Could have saved me £20 with this :(

You could always try printing out the lower price and take it with you as they say

"We’re so confident in our prices that we’re standing by them with our Best Price Guarantee. Find our rooms for a lower price elsewhere and your first night is free."

Checked their terms, don't think it will work this time. But I have saved the link as I've stayed at a few of their hotels so will always come in useful for furture stays! Just wish I'd found ths 12 months ago, forget £20 would have saved me a small fortune oO

[/quote]Comparison Prices Must Be Available to the General Public Online. The Best Price Guarantee applies only to prices both advertised and available to the general public on a non-IHG website at the time of verification. For example, this does not include prices offered on membership program websites; corporate discounts; negotiated prices; group, rewards program, incentive, meeting, convention, consolidator or interline prices; prices obtained via auction or similar process; or prices available only by using a coupon or other promotion not offered to the general public. The average nightly lower price may not come from a website where you call to get the price, or from an e-mail that you received.[/quote]
8 Likes #10
Prices seem to be better via rac green room site http://www.greenroom.co.uk/rac/
#11
welsh ham
Prices seem to be better via rac green room site http://www.greenroom.co.uk/rac/


Good link too,as in 1st post,always compare prices :)
2 Likes #12
credit to hotscot on a usefull find that will benefit many.just one point to be aware of bookings via hotscots employee link accrue no priority club points whilst bookings via the green room link are rewarded priority club points
#13
Been using this for a while, would have posted but I thought it might jepordise my future stays if more folks used it..
#14
Is this taking the p**? £214 for a night on 9 th march in holiday inn express bath!!!
Can anyone find a deal for Bristol same night as this is taking the mick? Thanks
#15
Don't forget though that you might be asked some mild prodding and questions at the desk about which employee you know etc etc so this deal not for those that get easily flustered or panicked while under questioning.
1 Like #16
john68
Is this taking the p**? £214 for a night on 9 th march in holiday inn express bath!!!
Can anyone find a deal for Bristol same night as this is taking the mick? Thanks
lol... look for it yourself.
#17
hotscot
welsh ham
Prices seem to be better via rac green room site http://www.greenroom.co.uk/rac/

Good link too,as in 1st post,always compare prices :)

Same here, checked a number of dates and RAC link cheaper, used it loads last year. Log into TCB or quidco, click through their holiday inn link. Then once on the HI website, paste the RAC URL into the address bar. I get cashback every time.
#18
Thankn...
1 Like #19
Very good of the people who've posted here to let us know they've known about this for ages, but didn't want to post it because it might "jepordise my future stays".

Hope you choke enjoying your next lager deal. :p

All well and good...but is there really a need to make a post to tell us. Keep it to yourself and get lost or be decent and post a deal.

Edited By: robo989 on Jan 14, 2013 00:22
#20
expired?
1 Like #21
boonkoh
Don't forget though that you might be asked some mild prodding and questions at the desk about which employee you know etc etc so this deal not for those that get easily flustered or panicked while under questioning.

Any advice on what we should say or should we thourougherly stalk a holiday inn employee first? ;)

Edited By: Saintledger on Jan 14, 2013 01:09
#22
Say it's none of your business and tell them to jog on
#23
Thanks, will try this out at some point. ;)
#24
The risk is, of course, that you do the cheap deal online, and think you've got a bargain.

Then you turn up at the hotel some time later, it turns out there's no connection between you and the IHG employee, and you end up paying the much higher full rate chargeable on the day.

Could be a very expensive gamble.
1 Like #25
robo989
Very good of the people who've posted here to let us know they've known about this for ages, but didn't want to post it because it might "jepordise my future stays".

Hope you choke enjoying your next lager deal. :p

All well and good...but is there really a need to make a post to tell us. Keep it to yourself and get lost or be decent and post a deal.



http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/friends-family-discount-inter-continental-659082

:p
1 Like #26
Personally I always go for this: http://www.greenroom.co.uk/alumni
- 35% off or 241
- Quidco and Priority Points always work :)
3 Likes #27
As an ex employee of a intercontinental hotel I can confirm that this doesn't always work.

The hotel I used to work; the receptionists were told they had to check the voucher.

However most will probably turn a blind eye.



Edited By: feeder16 on Jan 14, 2013 08:26: error
banned#28
Thanks :)
1 Like #29
daze24
Been using this for a while, would have posted but I thought it might jepordise my future stays if more folks used it..

That's the general opinion on FT, Too many times have people worked hard to get deals for people that spend their lives travelling, making their lives a little easier and more bearable, only for it to get closed with overexposure. Companies seem to turn a blind eye to these loopholes, as it pretty much guarantees new business from frequent travellers.

Sally booking a long weekend in the West End is a one off. A large influx of one off bookings forces the loophole closed almost every time. And the person that shared their Discount is disciplined and doesn't do it again...

I can see the discounts area of FT becoming like the mileage run area, protected from new members "discovering" these deals and sharing offsite with ridiculous riddles and code words that only frequent travellers will understand.

If people needed these deals, they are freely available to find on FT. They don't need to be spoonfed here.



Edited By: schooleydoo on Jan 14, 2013 08:59
#30
schooleydoo
daze24
Been using this for a while, would have posted but I thought it might jepordise my future stays if more folks used it..

That's the general opinion on FT, Too many times have people worked hard to get deals for people that spend their lives travelling, making their lives a little easier and more bearable, only for it to get closed with overexposure. Companies seem to turn a blind eye to these loopholes, as it pretty much guarantees new business from frequent travellers.

Sally booking a long weekend in the West End is a one off. A large influx of one off bookings forces the loophole closed almost every time. And the person that shared their Discount is disciplined and doesn't do it again...

I can see the discounts area of FT becoming like the mileage run area, protected from new members "discovering" these deals and sharing offsite with ridiculous riddles and code words that only frequent travellers will understand.

If people needed these deals, they are freely available to find on FT. They don't need to be spoonfed here.



FT? But I take your point entirely. HUKD exposure has wrecked many a good deal (because it's been withdrawn soon afterwards) and you post at the risk of losing the deal for everybody.

This will probably go the same way, and could well end up costing those who get caught out a lot of money when the special rate's declined at the hotel. :|
1 Like #31
Newbold
The risk is, of course, that you do the cheap deal online, and think you've got a bargain.

Then you turn up at the hotel some time later, it turns out there's no connection between you and the IHG employee, and you end up paying the much higher full rate chargeable on the day.

Could be a very expensive gamble.


If this did happen (which is so highly unlikely it's not), then I would thank my friend who is a friend-of-a-work-colleague for letting me use her employee discount around the world.

Australia, Boston, Cape Cod (a week), Toronto and Montreal in the last couple of years. In addition to a number we've stayed in in the UK (Last one was Chester racecourse IIRC).

I've never been asked about the employee I know and as someone pointed out, they put these links on their own facebook page all the time.

Oh and just to add, there are a finite number of rooms at each hotel you can use this on. I have no idea of the number, but just in case you find that you put the link in and can find better deals using hotels.com etc.

Edited By: newsgroupmonkey on Jan 14, 2013 09:17
1 Like #32
schooleydoo
daze24
Been using this for a while, would have posted but I thought it might jepordise my future stays if more folks used it..


That's the general opinion on FT, Too many times have people worked hard to get deals for people that spend their lives travelling, making their lives a little easier and more bearable, only for it to get closed with overexposure. Companies seem to turn a blind eye to these loopholes, as it pretty much guarantees new business from frequent travellers.

Sally booking a long weekend in the West End is a one off. A large influx of one off bookings forces the loophole closed almost every time. And the person that shared their Discount is disciplined and doesn't do it again...

I can see the discounts area of FT becoming like the mileage run area, protected from new members "discovering" these deals and sharing offsite with ridiculous riddles and code words that only frequent travellers will understand.

If people needed these deals, they are freely available to find on FT. They don't need to be spoonfed here.




This has been posted on here for 2years now,into the 3rd year. I found this through google which led me too Flyertalk,whom I'm a member of,which is why I linked it to FT as a very helpful site for any travellers.
The old thread kept getting expired,so this is just to remind and share. :)


Link to the old thread,posted 2 yrs 8mths ago

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/friends-family-discount-inter-continental-659082?page=2

Edited By: hotscot on Jan 14, 2013 11:34: Add info
#33
Newbold
schooleydoo
daze24
Been using this for a while, would have posted but I thought it might jepordise my future stays if more folks used it..


That's the general opinion on FT, Too many times have people worked hard to get deals for people that spend their lives travelling, making their lives a little easier and more bearable, only for it to get closed with overexposure. Companies seem to turn a blind eye to these loopholes, as it pretty much guarantees new business from frequent travellers.

Sally booking a long weekend in the West End is a one off. A large influx of one off bookings forces the loophole closed almost every time. And the person that shared their Discount is disciplined and doesn't do it again...

I can see the discounts area of FT becoming like the mileage run area, protected from new members "discovering" these deals and sharing offsite with ridiculous riddles and code words that only frequent travellers will understand.

If people needed these deals, they are freely available to find on FT. They don't need to be spoonfed here.




FT? But I take your point entirely. HUKD exposure has wrecked many a good deal (because it's been withdrawn soon afterwards) and you post at the risk of losing the deal for everybody.

This will probably go the same way, and could well end up costing those who get caught out a lot of money when the special rate's declined at the hotel. :|


That has never seemed to happen to anyone according to other forums and feedback on here.
I personally not been denied but you should go prepared with the info just in case
#34
Newbold
The risk is, of course, that you do the cheap deal online, and think you've got a bargain.

Then you turn up at the hotel some time later, it turns out there's no connection between you and the IHG employee, and you end up paying the much higher full rate chargeable on the day.

Could be a very expensive gamble.

Would save around £40 on a three day trip to Orlando but i think i might give it a miss. As you say there's always the risk of getting caught short and having t pay a hell of a lot more.

If it was just me going I'd jump at it but as it' with someone else I'd fear for my own safety if it didn't work out ;p
#35
If any of you work in the public sector you will have another code to use which is much much better ;-)
#36
I've been using this for a while, it's a really good deal
1 Like #37
schooleydoo
daze24
Been using this for a while, would have posted but I thought it might jepordise my future stays if more folks used it..

That's the general opinion on FT, Too many times have people worked hard to get deals for people that spend their lives travelling, making their lives a little easier and more bearable, only for it to get closed with overexposure. Companies seem to turn a blind eye to these loopholes, as it pretty much guarantees new business from frequent travellers.

Sally booking a long weekend in the West End is a one off. A large influx of one off bookings forces the loophole closed almost every time. And the person that shared their Discount is disciplined and doesn't do it again...

I can see the discounts area of FT becoming like the mileage run area, protected from new members "discovering" these deals and sharing offsite with ridiculous riddles and code words that only frequent travellers will understand.

If people needed these deals, they are freely available to find on FT. They don't need to be spoonfed here.




People "travelling around the world frequently" are generally on very good salaries. How does this make their lives a little bit more bearable?

Your comment is downright ridiculous and stinks of that secretive bullcrap, we all want to save money....

I suspect you actually believe the rubbish your spouting so I'll leave it there but you want to have a think about what you're actually saying and stop kidding yourself, that your thoughts are some kind of virtuous light of goodness, cos they damn well aren't.
#38
Oh dear
IHG
We are sorry, but the system could not decrypt the unique information of the employee.
Think the system might have rumbled us!
1 Like #39
robo989
schooleydoo
daze24
Been using this for a while, would have posted but I thought it might jepordise my future stays if more folks used it..

That's the general opinion on FT, Too many times have people worked hard to get deals for people that spend their lives travelling, making their lives a little easier and more bearable, only for it to get closed with overexposure. Companies seem to turn a blind eye to these loopholes, as it pretty much guarantees new business from frequent travellers.

Sally booking a long weekend in the West End is a one off. A large influx of one off bookings forces the loophole closed almost every time. And the person that shared their Discount is disciplined and doesn't do it again...

I can see the discounts area of FT becoming like the mileage run area, protected from new members "discovering" these deals and sharing offsite with ridiculous riddles and code words that only frequent travellers will understand.

If people needed these deals, they are freely available to find on FT. They don't need to be spoonfed here.




People "travelling around the world frequently" are generally on very good salaries. How does this make their lives a little bit more bearable?

Your comment is downright ridiculous and stinks of that secretive bullcrap, we all want to save money....

I suspect you actually believe the rubbish your spouting so I'll leave it there but you want to have a think about what you're actually saying and stop kidding yourself, that your thoughts are some kind of virtuous light of goodness, cos they damn well aren't.


I agree Robert, people travelling around the world could very well be on "very good salaries". I did not specify location. Here is a hypothetical scenario ;)
John is a contractor who lives in Southampton. He spends most of his time away from home. This week, he commuted to Glasgow from Monday to Friday and went home to his family for the weekend. Johns contract with his client gives him a £60 allowance for accommodation per night. This limits him to a Travelodge or a B&B. With this "deal", John is able to spend the week in somewhere he is likely to meet others working away and share a drink and conversation. With this deal closed he is back at the Premier Inn, devoid of any life or personality. How very depressing.

My comment may be ridiculous to you, and I agree "we all want to save money". But can you not at least put a little bit of work in to saving this money? As I commented above, these deals are not hard to find if you need them.

I do believe the "rubbish I am spouting", because I have seen it happen countless times over the years and many people now resort to private messaging and emails to avoid it happening in future. This means even those who need these deals and are willing to search for them, are no longer able to find them. I certainly do not believe that my thoughts are a "virtuous kind of goodness" - that seems a little dramatic... and I certainly did not expect my opinion to be a popular one on this forum.

I am going to make an assumption, so please correct me if I am wrong. You do not travel for a living. You sleep in your own bed almost every night of the week. You have no idea the difference that a nice hotel to spend your free time can make, when everyone you know and love is hundreds of miles away.

Newbold, FT = Flyertalk.



Edited By: schooleydoo on Jan 14, 2013 18:50: FT = FlyerTalk.
#40
purpleotteruk
Oh dear
IHG
We are sorry, but the system could not decrypt the unique information of the employee.
Think the system might have rumbled us!
I expect a Holiday Inn employee will be given their P45 as a result of this......

Anyone who booked using this link be prepared to have to pay the full room rate for your stay when you arrive at the hotel.

Edited By: Tightmartin on Jan 14, 2013 19:01

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