50,000 Hilton Points & $50 Statement Credit with Citi Hilton Card

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50,000 Hilton Points & $50 Statement Credit with Citi Hilton Card

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I’ve written before about a 40,000 Hilton point offer along with a $50 statement credit for staying in a Hilton hotel.

But now, there is a 50,000 Hilton point offer along with the $50 statement credit, after spending $1,000 within 4 months.  This offer ends on April 18, 2014.

50,000 Points Citi Hilton Offer with $50 Statement Credit

Link:  50,000 Points Citi Hilton Card with $50 Statement Credit 

This is the best offer for the no-annual fee Citi Hilton card which I’ve seen.  You get free Hilton Silver status which gets you into the health clubs for free at Hilton hotels.  You also earn an extra 15% of your points on paid stays.

That said, if I had to choose only 1 Citi Hilton card, I’d pick the Citi Hilton HHonors Reserve Card (see here for a potential offer with a $100 statement credit) because you get free Hilton Gold status.

You get free internet and breakfast with Hilton Gold status so that will save you some money while traveling!

However, you also get free Hilton Gold status with the 50,000 Hilton point Citi offer, after completing 4 stays within 90 days of being approved for the card.  Then again, you can get it for free with the Citi Hilton Reserve card.

Bottom Line

It is nice to see a new offer on the no annual fee Citi Hilton card.  50,000 Hilton points won’t get you far, but this could be worth it if you have run out of cards to apply for.  Or if you have an upcoming stay in a Hilton and can get the $50 statement credit.

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So you can only apply one of the HHonors card? I was wondering are there any hotels that are least expensive because most hotels are about $100

Just applied for my HHonors card.


Hi Daraius, I finally applied through your link, got message to contact the credit analysis dept. with a reference number, got approved for Visa signature! Thanks!

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@Sammy @ Alexandra – Congrats and thanks for using our link!

@ Alexandra – I’d get the Hilton Reserve card for 2 free weekend night certificates so that you don’t have to worry about the hotel cost.

Can you use the $50 credit for stay at the Hampton Inn?

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@cyprian – That makes sense because the free weekend night certificates with the Reserve are valid for only 12 months, so get the Reserve when you can use the free nights.

@Drew – It doesn’t hurt to ask.

@Ben – A few nights in a mid-range hotel, but none in a top tier hotel.

@Justin – Congrats!

@Lee Ann – I don’t see any in the terms.

@Greg – That’s a sweet trip!

@Damon – That’s true, but I still prefer the Reserve card because you get 2 free weekend nights.

@Jafar – I believe so.

The Amex Hilton Surpass card comes with Gold status now as well. Not sure if that’s widely known. It has an annual fee and no statement credit. Also comes with Priority Pass membership. Just FYI.

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