Just Short of an Award Night? Up to 50% Off Hilton Points

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Good news for folks who want more Hilton points!  Via The Points Guy, through September 16, 2016, you can get up to a 50% discount when you buy Hilton points.

Log into your Hilton account here to see if you’ve been offered 30%, 40%, or 50% off.

Just Short Of An Award Night Up To 50 Off Hilton Points

Save Money With Hilton Points at the Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem!

I’ll explain how to get this deal.  And help you decide whether it makes sense for you!

Buy Discounted Hilton Points

Link:   Hilton Buy Points Promotion

Hilton points usually cost 1 cent per point.  But with this deal, you can buy points for as little as 0.5 cents per point (with a 50% discount).

It’s worth checking your account to see what discount you’ve been targeted to receive.  Especially if you need to top off your Hilton account for an upcoming stay!

You must purchase your discounted points by September 16, 2016.  And you can buy up to 80,000 Hilton points per calendar year.

Hilton hotels include DoubleTree, Canopy, Conrad, Curio, Embassy SuitesHampton InnHiltonHilton Garden InnHome2SuitesHomewood Suites, and Waldorf Astoria brand hotels.

Is This a Good Deal?

I like to stay at Hilton hotels for free using Hilton points I earn with credit cards.  But buying discounted points could be a good way to save on paid stays at expensive Hilton hotels.  Or to save money if you’re just short of enough points for an award night.

In Certain Cases, Buying Points Is Cheaper Than Paying the Cash Price for a Room

Sometimes buying the points you need for a hotel stay can be cheaper than paying cash!

For example, I found nights in October 2016, at the top-category Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem for ~$597 or 80,000 Hilton points per night.

Buying 80,000 Hilton points with a 50% discount for $400 would save you nearly ~$200!

Keep in mind, buying hotel points is NOT always a great deal.  

But Sometimes It’s Not

For example, rooms at the Hampton Inn Cleveland Downtown in October 2016, cost ~$140 or 30,000 Hilton points

If you bought 30,000 points with a 50% discount, you’d pay $150 (30,000 points X 0.5 cents per point).

Always make sure you’re getting the best deal!  After all, it’s about Big Travel with Small Money! 🙂

More Ways to Earn Hilton Points

There are lots of cheap ways to earn Hilton points!

With the no-annual-fee AMEX Hilton HHonors card, you’ll earn 50,000 Hilton points after you spend $750 in purchases on the card within your first 3 months of account opening.

And with the AMEX Hilton HHonors Surpass, you can earn 100,000 Hilton points after spending $3,000 on purchases within the first 3 months of opening your account.

Or consider the Citi Hilton Reserve card that comes with 2 free weekend nights & free Gold elite status after meeting minimum spending requirements.

Check out the “Hot Deals” page for more information about these offers!

Will you buy Hilton points with this promotion?  Let me know where you plan to visit!

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2 responses to “Just Short of an Award Night? Up to 50% Off Hilton Points

  1. Is it worth to buy hotel points or airline miles?

  2. Like the article points out, you’ve just gotta check the math to see if it’s a good deal. It would be nice if there were an easier way to figure this kind of stuff out quickly though, like whether to use existing earned points, buy points, use points and cash, or just use cash, etc.

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