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HHiltonHonors program

HHiltonHonors program

  1. Anonymous

    HHilton Honors (AmEx) is offering 60,000 points for new card members who spend 750 within the 1st 3 months . No annual fee. Sounds good to me. What do you think of their program. They claim to be associated with something like 60 airlines. Any info?
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  2. Gaurav

    They are associated with many airlines but transfer rates are negligible. It wouldn’t be a priority card if you are looking for airline points. 60k HHonors points could still be useful though if used at lower end Hiltons.

  3. MidSouthSkier

    Hilton has a large footprint, so just about anywhere you want to go you can find one. The trouble is, the nicer Hiltons often cost a boatload of points per night. But, their points are easily accrued with this card. 6x points at grocery stores, for instance – and the card is free. I’ve had this card for several years and even at times I didn’t need Hilton points I hung on to it just to help lengthen my average age of credit. Then when I needed Hilton points again, I put it to work for me.

    Another good thing about HH points is that you can get non-standard rooms with them. Many hotel programs only allow a base room but with Hilton you can even get multi-BR units at some properties. Again, it’ll cost a LOT of points but if you plan in advance it can be done relatively easily.

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