Were you thinking about taking a weekend getaway? There’s a new Hilton promotion offering double points for a limited time only. Here’s all you need to know about the Double Rewards Promotion from Hilton.
New Hilton Honors Double Rewards Promotion
Hilton Honors members now earn double points on eligible stays between September 8 through December 31, 2020.
To take advantage of the new limited-time offer, Honors members must register for the Double Rewards Promotion on the dedicated Hilton page. Once enrolled, members earn both double points on eligible stays and double qualifying night credits. The addition of double night credits makes it easy to reach the next tier of Hilton Honors elite status.
What Do the Official Terms State?
Were you wondering about the fine print with the new Double Rewards Promotion? Fortunately, there isn’t too much secret language that should deter members from treating themselves to a bonus getaway.
According to the official Hilton terms and conditions, Honors members earn their base points and one qualifying night for every eligible night they stay at any Hilton property between September 8 and December 31, 2020. They’ll receive their double points bonus (on nights and points) within six to eight weeks of the stay.
One of the nice features of this bonus is that double qualifying nights will be eligible for rollover night credits. However, they also only apply to an Honors member’s 2020 elite tier status. Fortunately, those nights do count towards the Hilton Honors lifetime qualifying nights tally (1,000 nights).
Other important terms and conditions:
- The offer is not valid for groups and cannot be combined with other select offers or promotions
- In-room Wi-Fi, fitness center access, and bottled water benefits may not be complimentary at properties with a resort charge.
Earn Even More with Hilton Honors Credit Cards
Hilton Honors members who want to supercharge their points earning potential can do so with a co-branded hotel card through American Express. There are several options through the issuer, including the no-annual-fee Hilton Honors Credit Card.
For those who want to earn even more, Amex also offers two premium cards:
While both these cards feature an annual fee ($95 and $450, respectively), they also come with impressive perks. The Aspire, for example, earns 14X points on Hilton purchases, 7X points on travel booked through Amextravel.com, car rentals, and U.S. dining, and comes with complimentary Diamond elite status in the Honors program.
For businesses, the Hilton Honors American Express Business also can help small companies maximize their rewards and save money on regular business travel.
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