Three Stackable Hilton Promotions

by on January 13, 2012 · 10 comments

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If you have any Hilton stays coming up – especially 2-night weekend stays, you should know about the following three promotions:

1) As I wrote about earlier, you can earn 1,000 bonus points per night and 5,000 per weekend stay until March 31, 2012.

2) You can get another 1,000 points if you book your 2012 weekend stay through this link by January 31, 2012 (note: this is a pre-loaded rate, so make sure you aren’t paying extra for the points). Also, the Facebook promo says its a 24-hour sale starting January 17, but the link says you just need to book by January 31.
3) Per Loyalty Traveler,  if you double dip with airline miles you can get up to triple miles with up to three airlines:

“American AAdvantage = Double Miles.

Air Canada Aeroplan = Double Miles.

US Airways Dividend Miles = Triple Miles.

Delta = 2,012 miles with two night stay. Does not need to be a weekend stay, but will earn a lot of bonus points too if your stay is a weekend stay when combined with other HHonors bonus point promotions.”

So if you’ve got Hilton stays coming up, especially weekend stays, make sure you maximize your promotions!

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  • David

    The facebook part of the promo looks slightly different, as you have 24 hours to book, but can earn 2500 HH points per stay, max of 4 stays. (

  • Jonathan

    Excellent. Unfortunately, I just booked a couple of days before this Facebook promo started, but the bonus triple miles on US Airways will be nice.

  • Mommafrica

    Correct. I to received the same email and it said that this will only take place on 1/17 & 1/18 for the 2500 pts.

  • Mariae

    Amazing promotion! It would be a big bonus for the start of the year. People must be aware of this to avail the promo.

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  • Imssc1

    Big problem with this promo. There is a no change penalty, and your credit card is charged immediately! Any changes or cancellations from the moment you make the reservation, you lose everything. I would prefer to pay 20% more and be able to cancel 24 hours before arrival with NO penalty, and No loss of money.

  • Imssc1

    cancel the existing and make new reservation, if you don’t mind the cancellation penalty for the NEW reservation.

  • PJ

    I am trying to use the 40K sign on bonus. I am not any elite class. Anybody can point out how to get best value out of Hilton stays ? It seems to me 40K can hardly do anything

  • Jon

    Good find! Here it is from the fine print: “Full non-refundable prepayment required at time of booking.”

  • Guest

    Hilton is rescinding the Delta promotion :( I registered for the 2,012 Delta SkyMiles promotion last night, and sent an email to HHonors asking if my hotel is participating. Here is their response:

    Thank you for your inquiry regarding the Delta Skymiles promotion. We appreciate you taking the time to contact us.

    Please accept our sincerest apologies for the inconvenience this has caused. All HHonors participating hotels are participating in the offer. Please be advised, as of January 23, 2012, the Delta Skymiles promotion is no longer being offered. However, as you have registered for the promotion prior to the promotion ending, you will receive triple HHonors points for stays completed between January 23, 2012 and March 31, 2012. Unfortunately, no promotional miles will be received from this promotional offer. You should receive an official email to this within the next 48 hours.

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