New AMEX Offer: $40 Discount at Select Hotels in the US

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New AMEX Offer: $40 Discount at Select Hotels in the US

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Via One Mile at a Time, there’s a new AMEX Offer for folks staying at a DoubleTree by Hilton hotel by the end of the year!

AMEX Offers are an easy way to save on purchases you might make anyway.  Just add the offers to your AMEX card and use that card for your spending!

New AMEX Offer 40 Discount At Select Hotels In The US
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AMEX Offers are targeted, so sign-in to your American Express online account to see which deals you qualify for.

$40 Rebate for Staying at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotels

Link:   AMEX Offers

Check your AMEX account for this targeted hotel offer!

Through December 31, 2017, you’ll get $40 off your $200+ stay at a DoubleTree by Hilton hotel.  Here’s what you need to know:

  • You must be billed by December 31, 2017
  • Offer only valid for hotels in the US
  • Limit 1 per eligible card
  • You must book directly through DoubleTree (no 3rd-party bookings)
  • Excludes advanced purchase rates

And remember, if you have multiple targeted AMEX cards, you can get this deal more than once!

Bottom Line

You’ll save $40 off a stay of $200+ at DoubleTree by Hilton hotels after you load this AMEX Offer to your card and use it to pay for your stay!  This offer is valid until December 31, 2017.

Just check your AMEX account to see if you qualify!

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Nothing here. Was hoping to see it on my Hilton AMEX. Instead of selectively offending the majority of us who don’t receive these offers perhaps American Express could at least consider a modest rebate for those not targeted (for example, $20 off 200) instead of nothing.

One of my cards had this on it. I’m staying in a DoubleTree over New Years’ for about a week. However, I check out on January 1st, 2018. Any idea if this will still work?

If the brand of hotel targeted for an offer is so easily stated, could you please include that in your headline? The headline used here implies that there may be many different kinds of hotels. Doing this seems rather clickbait-y.