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Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available – Citi Hilton HHonors Reserve Card
Hilton HHonors is gearing up to launch their next promotion and wants your vote on what it should be. The two choices are either double points or 1,000 bonus points per night.
Members can vote to earn either Double Hilton HHonors Points, beginning on their second stay, or 1,000 Bonus Points for every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday night stay. The bonus offer that receives the most votes from now through October 4, 2014 will serve as the official promotion starting November 1, 2014 through January 31, 2015 for registered Hilton HHonors members staying at participating hotels. In addition, Hilton is asking HHonors members to help decide which charity Hilton should support during the holiday season: Mercy Corps, Oxfam, or Save The Children.
You can vote on which bonus you prefer between September 29 and October 4, 2014. Elite members get extra say, since votes cast by Diamond members count as four, votes cast by Gold members count as three, and votes cast by Silver members count as two. As a Hilton Diamond from spending $40,000 on my Citi Hilton Reserve Card, my vote counted as four. I appreciate that they’re giving more weight to their higher level elite members in the voting process. My guess is that this will sway the vote toward the double points option, since elite members in particular stand to gain more with that option.
You must be a Hilton HHonors member to vote. Once a winner is chosen, members will still need to register for the promotion, and as always there will be a list of non-partcipating properties. I personally voted for the double points offer since it’s valid every day of the week, there’s more value to be had with this offer on stays over $100 per night.
Which offer did you vote for and why? Feel free to share in the comments below.