Citi Hilton Reserve Card: $100 Statement Credit Ending Soon

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Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available – Citi Hilton HHonors Reserve Card

The Citi Hilton Reserve card is one of the top travel credit cards on the market and one that I’ve had for a couple years and plan to have in perpetuity as long as the card 1) Offers Gold status as long as you have the credit card open 2) Offers Diamond Status at $40,000 a year in spend and 3) Offers a yearly free weekend night at basically any Hilton Honors property after $10,000 in spend per calendar year. That free night benefit is huge and more than pays for the $95 annual fee.
Last month Citi also started offering a $100 statement credit after $100 or more on your first hotel stay in the Hilton HHonors Portfolio within the first 3 months of account opening. This extra value is just icing on the cake and I’ve just been told it will be going away this Friday. Now, it may still be offered for a while in other channels, like on Hilton.com or in targeted offers, but if you’ve been thinking about getting a solid hotel credit card, now is probably as good as it’s going to get. 

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