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Many thanks to Million Mile Secrets reader matthewD for sending us a link to the Citi Hilton HHonors Reserve Card with a $100 statement credit!
The Citi Hilton HHonors Reserve card gets you 2 weekend nights at any Hilton, plus free Hilton Gold Elite status, after spending $2,500 in 4 months. The annual fee of $95 is not waived for the first year.
This offer doesn’t pay us a commission, but will get you a $100 statement credit after spending at least $100 at a Hilton hotel within the 1st 3 months. We always tell you about a better offer, even if it doesn’t pay us a commission!
Citi Hilton Visa Signature Card
If you don’t like paying an annual fee, the Citi Hilton HHonors Visa Signature Card (our link) gets you 40,000 points and free Hilton Silver Elite status after spending $1,000 in 4 months. However, there is an offer for 50,000 points which we don’t earn a commission on (the landing page doesn’t mention the 50,000 point bonus, but most folks report getting the bonus.)
But here’s a new offer for 40,000 points after spending $1,000 in 4 months, but with a $50 statement credit after spending at least $50 at a Hilton hotel within the 1st 3 months. So you’re giving up 10,000 Hilton points for a $50 statement credit.
I’d personally get the 50,000 point offer, because I’d rather get 10,000 extra Hilton points than spend $50 at a Hilton hotel.
You can get 2 free weekend Hilton nights, free Gold Elite status AND a $100 statement credit if you apply for the Citi Hilton Reserve using this link. However, you HAVE to spend at least $100 at a Hilton hotel to get the statement credit. This link doesn’t pay us a commission and is a better choice for folks who will be spending money at a Hilton hotel.
If you don’t like paying an annual fee, there’s also a Citi Hilton HHonors Visa Signature offer with a $50 statement credit after spending $50 at a Hilton hotel. But it’s only for 40,000 points. That said, I prefer the 50,000 Hilton points offer out of the no-annual fee Citi Hilton cards.