Secret Way to Find Better Offers for the Citi Hilton Cards!

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I found an easy trick to get better offers for the Citi® Hilton HHonors™ Reserve Card and Citi® Hilton HHonors™ Visa Signature® Card!

Secret Way To Find Better Offers For The Citi Hilton Cards
The Hilton Reserve Card Is Terrific Because the Sign-Up Bonus Gets You 2 Weekend Night Certificates at Almost Any Hilton, Like the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Honolulu. And With the Better Offer I’ve Found, You’ll Also Have a Chance to Earn a $100 Statement Credit!

I’ll explain how to get the bigger bonuses!

It’s easy!  Simply go to and make a test hotel booking.  After you fill out your name, address, etc., but before you pay, look for an advertisement that says Get $100 off this trip.

Click the ad and you’ll see an offer for:

50,000 Hilton points when you spend $1,000 on purchases in the first 4 months of opening the Citi Hilton Visa.  And you can earn a $50 statement credit after your spend $50+ on your 1st stay within the Hilton Portfolio within the first 6 months of opening your account. Two weekend nights when you spend $2,500 on purchases in the first 4 months of opening the Citi Hilton Reserve.  And you can earn a $100 statement credit after your spend $100+ on your 1st stay within the Hilton Portfolio within the first 6 months of opening your account.

To compare, the regular offer for the Citi Hilton card is 40,000 Hilton points after meeting minimum spending requirements with no statement credit.  And the Citi Hilton Reserve card usually comes with 2 weekend nights after meeting minimum spending, without a statement credit.

I’ll write up a more detailed post on this offer in a bit!

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