Did you get your 100 free Hilton points by signing-up for Hilton’s “Thanks Again” program?
If so, here’s another chance to earn 100 MORE free Hilton points (or 50 free airline miles!) with another offer from Thanks Again. All you have to do is answer a 1-question survey!
Thanks to Million Mile Secrets reader John, who tipped us off to the deal.
And if you haven’t already signed-up, check out my post about Thanks Again so you don’t miss out on any more free Hilton points. 😉
Free Points or Miles for ~1 Minute of Your Time
Link: Thanks Again Survey Deal
With this survey from Hilton’s Thanks Again program, you can earn 100 free Thanks Again points worth 100 Hilton points or 50 miles with certain airlines.
This is free and easy way to keep your hotel points or airline miles from expiring, by answering just ONE question!
Step 1 – Sign-In
Sign-in to your “Thanks Again” account through this link with your email address and password.
Step 2 – Click “Take Survey”
From there, you’ll see the option to take a survey and earn 100 free Thanks Again points. Click the “Take Survey” button.
Step 3 – Answer the Survey Question
You’ll only have to answer 1 survey question to earn 100 free points. Then click the “Finish” button.
Step 4 – Check Your Account for the Points
After you’ve completed the survey, you should see the points in your account immediately.
It’s very easy! And it only takes ~1 minute.
Other Ways to Use Your “Thanks Again” Points
Not only can you use your Thanks Again points to keep your Hilton points from expiring, you can transfer your points to certain airlines at a 2:1 ratio. Meaning 100 free Thanks Again points are worth 50 airline miles.
So you can keep your airline miles active too!
Participating airlines include:
- Alaska Airlines
- American Airlines
- United Airlines
Complete a 1-question survey through Hilton’s “Thanks Again” program, and get 100 free Thank You Points which you can then convert to 100 Hilton points or 50 airline miles at a number of airlines. Including Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, and United Airlines.