Extended: 60,000 Hilton Points With the AMEX Hilton Card

Extended: 60,000 Hilton Points With the AMEX Hilton Card

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The no-annual-fee Hilton Honors Card from American Express had a sign-up bonus of 60,000 Hilton points that was set to expire today.  But it’s been extended to December 29, 2016.  (I wonder if that’s a misprint on their application page or a just a very long limited-time offer! 😉 )

Extended 60,000 Hilton Points With The AMEX Hilton Card
60,000 Hilton Points Are Enough for 2 Nights in a King Room with Wi-Fi at the Hilton Prague Old Town in the Czech Republic

That said, this is NOT my favorite Hilton card.

I like the Citi Hilton HHonors Reserve card the best because you can earn 2 weekend night certificates at Hilton hotels.

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

A Good Card With a Good (but Not Great) Bonus

But for a no-annual-fee card, the AMEX Hilton is a solid choice.  You’ll earn 60,000 Hilton points after spending $750 on purchases within your 1st 3 months of being approved.

Hilton award nights start at 5,000 points.  Or use ~60,000 points to stay a night at a hotel such as the Hilton Paris La Defense in December.

I also like that the AMEX Hilton gives you Silver Elite status which enables you to get the 5th night free when booking standard rooms with points.

See my earlier post about the AMEX Hilton 60,000 point offer for my full review of the card.

Better Bonus, Different Bank, Still No Annual Fee

Although, you can earn 75,000 Hilton points with the Citi Hilton HHonors Visa Signature Card.  It too has no annual fee.  Here’s my review.

And remember, there are many ways to earn Hilton points, besides their 4 credit cards.

Extended 60,000 Hilton Points With The AMEX Hilton Card
You Can Stockpile Hilton Points From Their Various Credit Cards or by Transferring Points From These Programs

Bottom Line

The AMEX Hilton card‘s 60,000 Hilton point sign-up bonus was set to expire today.  But it’s been extended to December 29, 2016.

Although it’s not my favorite Hilton credit card, I do like that you get Silver Elite status without paying an annual fee.  That way you can get the 5th night free when booking standard rooms with points.

And of course you get access to money-saving AMEX Offers.

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I had the same problem when attempting to enter my income information. I did what Farnorthtrader suggested and it worked. Just type in any random letter then enter the income amount. Arrow key back to the letter and delete it. The income info stays and the application processes. Thanks for the information. I'm now a card holder and closer to my dream vacation!

is this the most points amex has ever offered or should i hold out for a better deal later this year

I had the same problem with the income field. It briefly flashed up with a chance to type then went away. I finally managed to get it to work by getting just a single letter into the field, pushing the continue button, then it would allow me to type into the income field, then delete whatever letter I managed to get into the field.

Good potential return on spend. Unfortunately I followed the link through, and the application page 2 won't let me complete the application form. I tried with 3 different browsers and 2 different computers, won't allow entry into the income field. Strange. Maybe I'll try again later.