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We are in the fourth of five weeks of Daily Getaway Deals and today’s deal is on Hilton Honors points. The Daily Getaways is an annual sale put on by the US Travel Association that acts as their annual fundraiser. There is one new offer available at 1PM Eastern per weekday for five weeks, and those offers can vary from discounted hotel points, to theme park tickets, to rental car points, to hotel packages, and more.
Today at 1PM Eastern you can purchase Hilton Honors points at a rate of .48 cents each. That is just under 1/2 a cent each for the decimal challenged (like me). These purchased points will be deposited into your Hilton Honors account and you can then use them however you normally like to use Hilton points. You can purchase up to five sets of points, though the quantity of these points is relatively limited at a couple hundred per package size.
- 30,000 Hilton points $144 (max of 3)
- 100,000 Hilton points $480 (max of 1)
- 250,000 Hilton points $1,200 (max of 1)
This is a good price for Hilton Honors points if you are in the market and have a specific redemption in mind, but I don’t recommend buying just to buy without a plan in place. Keep in mind you can now pool your Hilton points with up to ten other people.
If you want to brainstorm a little how to use Hilton Honors points, here are a few posts that might help:
Honors™ Surpass® Card from American Express Is No Longer Available through this Site.
HILTON AMEX OFFERS REFERENCED BELOW ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE!
Of course an even better route for some than buying Hilton points is to get them via the current limited time Amex offers that run through the end of the month.
Hilton Honors™ Surpass® Card from American Express: 100,000 Hilton Honors points after you spend $3,000 in the first three months, $75 annual fee
Hilton Honors™ Card from American Express: 80,000 Hilton Honors points after you spend $2,000 in the first 3 months, no annual fee
Do you plan to stock up on Hilton Honors points today?
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