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New AMEX Offer: $35 Off Hilton Garden Inn

New AMEX Offer: $35 Off Hilton Garden Inn

Million Mile SecretsNew AMEX Offer: $35 Off Hilton Garden InnMillion Mile Secrets Team

Last week I shared terrific discounts on Ritz-Carlton and Sheraton hotel stays from AMEX Offers.  Now there’s another great hotel deal!

With this new AMEX Offer, you’ll earn a $35 statement credit when you spend $175+ on your room rate and room charges at Hilton Garden Inn.

Check your AMEX account to see if you’re targeted.  Then add the deal to your AMEX card, and you’ll receive a statement credit after your qualifying purchase.

New AMEX Offer 35 Off Hilton Garden Inn
Receive $35 Off your Stay of $175+ at the Hilton Garden Inn Times Square!

I’ll give you the details!

What’s the Deal?

With AMEX Offers, you can save lots of money on travel, dining, and other everyday spending.

Until October 31, 2016, you can receive a $35 statement credit at Hilton Garden Inn.  To qualify, you must:

  • Spend $175+ on room rate and room charges
  • Book a hotel within in the US
  • Book directly with Hilton (not 3rd party sites like Orbitz)
  • ALL other Hilton brands are excluded (Waldorf, Hampton Inn, Conrad, etc.)
  • Offer does NOT apply to advance purchase rates (Save Now & Pay, Non-refundable rates, etc.)

This offer is targeted, so sign-in to your American Express online account to see if you qualify.

And if you have more than 1 AMEX card, you can get these discounts multiple times!

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I have 2 Hilton offers on the same card.

(1) $35 for spending $175 at Hilton Garden Inn

(2) 3000 Amex points for spending $200 on Hilton Portfolio

So, if I spend $200 on a Hilton Garden Inn, would the offers stack and I get $35 as well as 3000 points.

I was lucky to be targeted and have a stay planned. But my hotel rate is only 129 and the wording of this offer sounds as if taxes & fees won't count toward the 175 minimum. Does anyone know if these will count? Also, if I put dinner/breakfast on the room will those charges count? I assume they would but just wondering if anyone has past experiences.