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The Hilton credit card sign-up bonus that I find most lucrative is the Citi HHonors Reserve Card that awards two free weekend nights at most Hiltons world wide after you spend $2,500 on purchases in the first four months. In recent times they have sweetened the pot further and also included a $100 statement credit after you spend $100 or more on your first Hilton stay in the first three months of account opening.
This makes my favorite Hilton card sign-up bonus even better, but word
on the street, er internet, er carrier pigeon is that this offer that includes the $100 statement credit bonus will be ending soon. Potentially very soon depending on which carrier pigeon you listen to.
If you aren’t familiar, Citi® Hilton HHonorsTM Reserve Card – LIMITED TIME OFFER includes things like:
- Two free weekend nights at the Hilton family hotels (for use Friday, Saturday, or Sunday nights)
- HHonors Gold status (which gets you things like breakfast, shot at a modest room upgrade, free internet, and potential club access for two)
- $100 statement credit after you spend $100 or more on your first Hilton stay in the first three months of account opening
There is a $95 annual fee for this card. I don’t expect the free nights component of the offer to change, but the $100 statement credit sweetener is the component that is rumored to be on its way out. It’s always possible that offer will remain out there via a “zombie” application after the official end date, but if you were about to pull the trigger on this anyway, you may want to do so sooner rather than later to ensure you get the best sign-up bonus possible.
Good luck if you do decide to pull the trigger on this card!
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