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  1. Anonymous

    I’m having an issue with Hhonors. I have been an Amex platinum member since 1983 and a Hilton diamond member for the past 4 or 5 years by meeting their required stays. Amex is offering an automatic gold status with the Amex Platinum. Because of that I assumed that my required stays would begin as a gold member and not as a Blue. This is the reply I received from them today:

    The number of stays required for Diamond status do not change because of your Gold status with American Express Platinum; Diamond status still requires 30 separate, qualifying stays OR 60 nights OR 120,000 base points in a calendar year.

    Is this possible? Am I being penalized for being a loyal member to both companies?

  2. Anonymous

    Hi Aris1, sorry for any confusion, but the email is correct. You are given the [I]benefits[/I] of Gold status by having the Amex Platinum, but you don’t get an head start towards diamond status, unfortunately.

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