Last Chance: Citi Hilton Visa 75,000 Point Offer Expires Soon [Expired]

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The 75,000 point offer for the Citi Hilton HHonors Visa Signature Card is set to expire on Monday, September 28, 2015.

This sign-up bonus is the highest I’ve seen.  And I don’t anticipate it getting any more generous for this no annual fee card.

In my original review of the Citi Hilton Visa, I showed you how the welcome bonus could be worth over $500.

Last Chance Citi Hilton Visa 75,000 Point Offer Expires Soon
When You Have Hilton Points, You Can Choose to Stay at Budget, Mid-Range, or Luxurious Hotels All Over the World, Including the Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort With Ocean Views

Hilton award nights start at 5,000 points, so you can use the bonus to get many free hotel stays.  And because this card grants you elite status, you’re eligible for the 5th night free on 5-night award stays.

In this post I showed you how to use the bonus to get up to 20 hotel nights.

Or instead, you can use the 75,000 Hilton points to splurge at more upscale Hilton brands such as Conrad and Waldorf Astoria.  Emily and I stayed with our families at the amazing Conrad Maldives.

           

That said, the mid-range Hilton brands can also be a great deal with points.  A friend used Hilton points to stay at the Hampton by Hilton in Warsaw.  He said the free breakfast buffet included unlimited waffles, eggs, sausage, fresh fruit, and more.  And the location was within walking distance of fantastic pierogies.

See my original post for the full details of who I think will get the best use from the Citi Hilton Visa card.

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