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Live: Hilton Honors Triple Points Promo (Register Now)

Power Up: Double points on all stays, triple points when paying with Hilton Amex

Starts: September 7, 2021
Ends: December 31, 2021
Deal History
Power Up: Double points on all stays, triple points when paying with Hilton Amex September 7, 2021 December 31, 2021
More Nights, More Points: Double points on stays of 1-2 nights, triple points on stays of 3+ nights May 3, 2021 September 6, 2021
Points Unlimited: 2,000 bonus points with every stay, 5,000 bonus points after every five nights January 1, 2021 May 2, 2021
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Hilton Honors has today launched its newest global promotion — Hilton’s previous global promotion ended yesterday (September 6), so you’ve gotta love that there’s no gap in promotions from the Honors program.

Triple points with Hilton Honors Power Up promo

Hilton Honors’ current global promotion is called Power Up. With this promotion, Hilton Honors members can earn:

  • Double Hilton Honors points on all stays
  • Triple Hilton Honors points when paying with a Hilton Honors American Express card

There are some more details to be aware of:

  • The promotion is valid for stays between September 7 and December 31, 2021 (you must check out by December 31 — if you check out after that, none of the stay will count towards the promotion)
  • The number of bonus points that’s multiplied is determined by the base points earned (though bonus points don’t qualify as base points for the purposes of status qualification)
  • Registration is required prior to your first eligible stay, though it’s fine if you booked prior to registration
  • It can take up to six to eight weeks for bonus points to post, though they’ll typically post much faster than that
  • You can find promotion FAQs here

How generous is Hilton Honors’ promotion?

Hilton Honors’ new promotion is extremely generous. Just how many points can Hilton Honors members earn here?

  • Members ordinarily earn 10x Honors points per dollar spent at most brands
  • With this promotion, members earn 10-20x bonus Honors bonus points per dollar spent at most brands
  • Hilton Honors Gold members get an 80% points bonus, Hilton Honors Diamond members get a 100% points bonus
Hilton Honors is offering up to 3x points on hotel stays

On top of that, you can maximize your Hilton Honors points earned from hotel stays by paying with a co-branded Hilton American Express card (see the best credit cards for earning Hilton Honors points). For that matter, you’ll want to use these anyway for the promotion, so you can earn triple points. These cards earn points at the following rates at Hilton properties:

In other words, as a Hilton Honors Diamond member paying with the Hilton Aspire Card, you earn 44x Honors points per dollar spent when you’re earning double points, and 54x Honors points per dollar spent when you’re earning triple points.

Personally I value Hilton Honors points at ~0.5 cents each, so by my math you’re earning a return of 22-27% on most Hilton spending, which is pretty incredible.

Earn up to 54x Hilton Honors points per dollar spent

Historically triple points promotions are as good as we see from Hilton Honors, so the new promotion is excellent.

Bottom line

Hilton Honors has just launched its new global promotion, offering up to triple points through the end of the year. All members can earn 10x Honors bonus points per dollar, and those with a co-branded Hilton Amex can earn 20x Honors bonus points per dollar.

It’s awesome to see Hilton continuing to lead the way with generous promotions, especially in comparison to Marriott Bonvoy, for example.

What do you make of Hilton’s new promotion?

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  1. Adrian Marshall

    Good stuff from Hilton

  2. DCS

    This is an incredible promo, for HH Diamonds especially. At an earn rate of 54x when paying with the Aspire, I estimate that I will rake in nearly 290K points from just 3 long stays and one short stay during the promo period, i.e., 60% of the points needed for a 5-night award stay (5th night free) at an 'aspirational' property costing 120K HH/night or 76% of points needed for a 5-night award stay at high-end property costing 95K HH/night.

    1. John

      How much will these 3 long stays cost you in cash?

    2. DCS

      The three long revenue stays are in Honolulu (5 nights, standard room), Rome (7 nights, Superior Room) and Playa del Carmen, Cancun (7 nights, junior suite), all not exactly cheap places and I did not book exactly the cheapest rooms.

      Total, everything included = $4,843 for 19 nights or $254/nights on average. Not unreasonable considering the locations.

      However, the points I will get out of it will allow me to stay at places that I...

      The three long revenue stays are in Honolulu (5 nights, standard room), Rome (7 nights, Superior Room) and Playa del Carmen, Cancun (7 nights, junior suite), all not exactly cheap places and I did not book exactly the cheapest rooms.

      Total, everything included = $4,843 for 19 nights or $254/nights on average. Not unreasonable considering the locations.

      However, the points I will get out of it will allow me to stay at places that I could never afford to pay cash for. E.g., just before the pandemic hit, I spent 5 award nights at WA Maldives Ithaafushi for "just" 380K HH points (120K HH/night, 5th award night free) for which I would have paid $21K if I'd paid cash. The redemption value was about 4cents/HH point (taking into account pocket expenses).

      That is why I play the game, and why getting the 5th award night free is so valuable.

      G'day.

    3. DCS

      Sorry, I was one of the lucky ones and had booked when the nightly rate at WA Maldives was 95K before it was increased to 120K.

  3. Will

    What’s sad is Marriott has a pathetic promo unlike Hilton
    For all those haters enjoy your 1,500 pts per stay
    Hilton is truly best will receive my stays until end of the year

  4. Azamaraal

    Just booked 15 nights at the Conrad Rangali Island next March (peak season weather wise). Takes about 3-4 years to earn the points with stays at Hamptons. Cash cost for the stay: Total for stay $29,083.04 USD. My cost 1,140,000 points or about $5700 to purchase on sale.

    6th or 7th trip to Rangali. Don't waste points on any other reward stay. Being Canadian cannot get an Aspire Card or would be able to travel...

    Just booked 15 nights at the Conrad Rangali Island next March (peak season weather wise). Takes about 3-4 years to earn the points with stays at Hamptons. Cash cost for the stay: Total for stay $29,083.04 USD. My cost 1,140,000 points or about $5700 to purchase on sale.

    6th or 7th trip to Rangali. Don't waste points on any other reward stay. Being Canadian cannot get an Aspire Card or would be able to travel more often. Diamond the hard way. No Hilton cards available in Canada so triple points offer not available.

    For everyone who doubts the value of HH points - thanks. Stay away. If you cannot find value you probably have a hard time finding your car keys.

    DCS - please don't convince them to partake - they would dumb down the clientele and make it harder to get a reward stay.

  5. Joe

    This why I am in love with Hilton
    What other loyalty program you can earn
    54x per $1
    I can’t think of any other program than Hilton

  6. DCS

    'Stoopid' does not even begin to characterize that drivel.

    Your clueless claims that HH points are worthless just serve to get rid of the low hanging fruit (read: the Stoopid ones like you who believe the drivel), which, therefore, makes the program more valuable for those of us who play the game with a "full deck" and take full advantage of it.

    G'day, mate.

    1. Stanley

      You can twist it as much and as often as you want. Hilton Pesos point remain wortless. The programme itself is a joke, giving away Diamond status to everyone, thus attracting the lowest class of travellers.

      How is the new $10 breakfast diamond benefit working out for you?

    2. DCS

      You can twist it as much and as often as you want. Hilton Pesos point remain wortless [sic].

      Who is doing the twisting? Instead of making claims that you can substantiate, why not just can it? As I showed the other day (and you had enough sense to shut up subsequently), you are totally clueless about the relative or absolute values of points currencies. If Hilton Honors points are "worthless", then so is every...

      You can twist it as much and as often as you want. Hilton Pesos point remain wortless [sic].

      Who is doing the twisting? Instead of making claims that you can substantiate, why not just can it? As I showed the other day (and you had enough sense to shut up subsequently), you are totally clueless about the relative or absolute values of points currencies. If Hilton Honors points are "worthless", then so is every other hotel loyalty points currency because all points currencies are all worth exactly the same (within +/- 10%) when adjusted for relative earn rates. If you do not get that concept then you should can it once and for all because it proves that you are clueless.

      The programme itself is a joke, giving away Diamond status to everyone, thus attracting the lowest class of travellers.

      Another mindless statement because the Aspire Diamond status does one no good unless one actually patronizes HHonors and spends really money at Hilton hotels. If one does not spend any money, then it is a waste of $450. If one does stay at Hilton hotels as a result of being an Aspire Diamond and spends real money, then Hilton WINS because that is the whole point: "Give them status and they will come"!!! That is why Hilton Honors has remained the last standing hotel loyalty program when SPG is no more, Hyatt GP became the niche and very expensive 'WoH!' program, and Marriott Rewards BonVoyed itself by attempting "mission impossible": trying to make unhinged former SPG loyalists happy...

      How is the new $10 breakfast diamond benefit working out for you?

      It worked out great for me this past weekend at Hilton San Fran Financial District: I stayed in bed and did not have breakfast, preferring to redeem the F&B credit for beverage in the lobby bar in the evening. Though I was there for just 2 nights, I was credited (cutting and pasting from the folio):

      08/22/21 7401836 HONORS F&B CREDIT ($60.00)

      That is right: I got a $60 F&B credit on a 2-night stay, meaning $30/day.

      Importantly, as anyone who's been around here long enough knows, most of my travel is international, which means that I am minimally impacted by the breakfast benefit change because it affects ONLY US properties (you were aware of that, right?).

      See, you have no leg to stand on and are, thus, hopelessly lost.

      Say something that you can substantiate factually and I will address you, otherwise we are done here.

    3. DCS

      Correction: "Instead of making claims that you CANNOT substantiate, why not just can it"

    4. Stanley

      Thanks again for the long essay demontrating 'once again' how worthless Hilton Points really are. As a Globalist and Ambassador I will stick with Hyatt and former SPG properties as a second choice.

    5. Ray

      Why do you keep saying it is worthless when DCS has clearly shown why it isn’t to him/her? Ok, comment that the program doesn’t work as well for me and I am happy with Hyatt. But dnd the idiocy that they are worthless.

  7. DCS

    Perfect timing as, the Delta variant not screwing things up, I have the following relatively long and pricey stays coming up during this Q4 promo period:

    - Grand Islander by Hilton Grand Vacations in HNL: 5 nights
    - DoubleTree by Hilton Rome Monti (Italy): 7 nights
    - Hilton Playa del Carmen (CUN, Mex): 7 nights

    That is on top of a lucrative 2-night revenue stay I just spent this past Fri-Sun at Hilton...

    Perfect timing as, the Delta variant not screwing things up, I have the following relatively long and pricey stays coming up during this Q4 promo period:

    - Grand Islander by Hilton Grand Vacations in HNL: 5 nights
    - DoubleTree by Hilton Rome Monti (Italy): 7 nights
    - Hilton Playa del Carmen (CUN, Mex): 7 nights

    That is on top of a lucrative 2-night revenue stay I just spent this past Fri-Sun at Hilton San Francisco Financial District that earned me:

    Diamond Elite 100% Bonus 5,980
    DIAMOND MYWAY BONUS 1,000
    Double Points Offer 5,980
    2021 More Nights, More Points - Double Points 5,980
    Base Points 5,980
    _________________________________________
    Subtotal 24,920
    _________________________________________
    AMEX Aspire 14X 9,971
    __________________________________________
    Grand Total for 2-Night Stay 34,891

    That is why trolls that make statements like "Hilton points are basically worthless so this promotion won't help much" are truly clueless.

    The monetary cost of an award night being, quite literally, the amount of hard cash one needs to spend to earn enough points to be able to redeem for that free night, the more points one earn per hard cash spent, the lower the cost of award nights! With Hilton offering lucrative promos that enable members to earn tons of points almost non-stop, it means that Hilton awards are by far the cheapest in the business. You throw in the 5th award night free, and the value one gets out HH points is truly outsized!

    Currently, I have on had 983,873 HH points. At the end of this new promo, I will have way over 1M HH points, i.e., enough be able to afford about 3 separate 5-night award stays at Hilton's most 'aspirational' properties.

    Hilton points are basically worthless so this promotion won't help much.

    Like I said: clueless.

    1. Stanley

      Thanks for the long essay pal. The conclusion remains the same: Hilton Pesos Points remain worthless... whether you like it or not

    2. D3kingg

      Hilton hotels are great. I just stayed at a doubletree and now I’m currently at Hilton resort in Galveston Island.

      If 20 pesos equal 1 dollar are pesos worthless ? It’s all factored in. Are you getting 17X at Marriott or United ?

    3. Kyle

      People don't understand that 30,000 Hyatt points does not equal 120,000 Hilton points. They just see that 30,000 < 120,000 so, therefore Hyatt is cheaper and better! Doesn't take a genius to do some simple math and see that these are different currencies with different earning and spending rates. With Hilton consistently offering promos like these and having the footprint in random parts of the US that I need for work, it's the best for me.

  8. Stanley

    Hilton Pesos points are worthless.
    Double or triple worthless points remain worthless

    1. Termy

      I’ve used points for 60+ free nights in the last few years. Even at a $120 a night that’s over $7000 of value. $7000 isn’t “worthless”

    2. sacrxy

      Don't bother feeding racist trolls

  9. D3kingg

    @Ben

    Thanks for the scoop. I just registered and have an upcoming 3 night stay next week in Frankfurt.

  10. Gburn07

    Perfect timing as I have just discontinued my Choice C.C (zero standards of cleanliness and lower recent promotion offerings) and switched to Hilton and the Aspire Amex. Night and day difference

  11. Terence

    In the meanwhile, Marwood prioritises servicing their beloved hotel members at the cost of guests.

  12. JP

    Do you know whether registering will have the bonus applied to existing bookings?

    1. Ben Schlappig

      @ JP -- Yep, previous bookings qualify.

  13. brian PAULL

    Whats the Hilton property in top picture?

    1. Ben Schlappig

      @ prian PAULL -- It's the Waldorf Astoria Palm Jumeirah Dubai.

    2. Ivar_Viking

      The title you've given it is Waldorf BKK...

  14. Kaleb_With_A_K

    Hilton points are basically worthless so this promotion won't help much.

    1. DCS

      Just saved me a post to try and do the impossible yet again: educate a troll.

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Josh

Go troll somewhere else.

Ben Schlappig

@ prian PAULL -- It's the Waldorf Astoria Palm Jumeirah Dubai.

DCS

<blockquote>You can twist it as much and as often as you want. Hilton Pesos point remain wortless <b>[sic]</b>. </blockquote> Who is doing the twisting? Instead of making claims that you can substantiate, why not just can it? As I showed the other day (and you had enough sense to shut up subsequently), you are totally clueless about the relative or absolute values of points currencies. If Hilton Honors points are "worthless", then so is every other hotel loyalty points currency because <b>all points currencies are all worth exactly the same (within +/- 10%)</b> when adjusted for relative earn rates. If you do not get that concept then you should can it once and for all because it proves that you are clueless. <blockquote>The programme itself is a joke, giving away Diamond status to everyone, thus attracting the lowest class of travellers. </blockquote> Another mindless statement because the Aspire Diamond status does one no good unless one actually patronizes HHonors and spends really money at Hilton hotels. If one does not spend any money, then it is a waste of $450. If one does stay at Hilton hotels as a result of being an Aspire Diamond and spends real money, then Hilton <b>WINS</b> because that is the whole point: <b>"Give them status and they will come"</b>!!! That is why Hilton Honors has remained the last standing hotel loyalty program when SPG is no more, Hyatt GP became the niche and very expensive 'WoH!' program, and Marriott Rewards BonVoyed itself by attempting "mission impossible": trying to make unhinged former SPG loyalists happy... <blockquote>How is the new $10 breakfast diamond benefit working out for you?</blockquote> It worked out great for me this past weekend at Hilton San Fran Financial District: I stayed in bed and did not have breakfast, preferring to redeem the F&B credit for beverage in the lobby bar in the evening. Though I was there for just 2 nights, I was credited (cutting and pasting from the folio): <b>08/22/21 7401836 HONORS F&B CREDIT ($60.00)</b> That is right: I got a $60 F&B credit on a 2-night stay, meaning $30/day. Importantly, as anyone who's been around here long enough knows, most of my travel is international, which means that I am minimally impacted by the breakfast benefit change because it affects ONLY US properties (you were aware of that, right?). See, you have no leg to stand on and are, thus, hopelessly lost. Say something that you can substantiate factually and I will address you, otherwise we are done here.

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