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Update 12/21/16: Hilton’s Double Up promo has been extended through January 31, 2017, so you still have a few weeks to earn.

Update 2: Hilton has extended this promotion to run through the end of the year, so all stays from now through December 31, 2016 will earn double points, with no point cap. Be sure to register here to take advantage.

Update: You can now register for Hilton’s summer promotion. Visit Hilton’s website to register to earn double Hilton Honors points on stays at all worldwide Hilton properties between May 1 and August 31, 2016.

Late last year, Hilton announced it was running a promotion in early 2016 that would allow Honors members to earn either double points or double airline miles when they stayed at any property in the Hilton portfolio. The promotion ran from January 1 through April 30, and now it looks like Hilton is essentially extending a couple details of that promotion.

According to a Hilton Honors representative who posted on FlyerTalk, Hilton is getting rid of the option to earn airline miles, and instead is just offering double Honors points on all stays. The new promotion isn’t yet live to register on Hilton’s website, however, that is expected to be available tomorrow, April 29. This summer promotion will run from May 1 through August 31, 2016, and is a great way to earn some additional Hilton Honors points.

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Hilton’s summer promo will give you 2x points on every stay.

Here are the full details from the Honors representative:

I can finally share the good news about our next promotion – the Honors Unlimited Bonus Promotion! Here’s the deal: registered members receive Double Points for ALL stays from May 1 – August 31, 2016. There are no minimum stays required to start earning, no minimum number of nights in your stay, no restrictions by nights, cities or brands, and no limit on how many Points you can earn. On top of all of that – ALL hotels are participating. In addition to unlimited Bonus Points, we are also excited to continue our ongoing efforts to send members targeted, personalized offers in parallel with this offer.

 

Details are listed below:

 

  • Double Points on stays from May 1 – August 31, 2016
  • Register between April 29 – August 31, 2016
  • Note that the registration link is not up and running just yet, but I will share as soon as possible
  • All hotels participating, no Point cap max, no minimum night requirement

So there it is – pretty simple – travel as a Hilton Honors member and earn unlimited Bonus Points! We know our members love earning Double Points, and we hope you enjoy this rich and uncomplicated offer through the summer.

It’s worth noting that the promo is valid at all of Hilton’s more than 540 worldwide properties. In addition, there’s no cap on this promotion, so you can really take advantage and bump up the number of Hilton Honors points in your account.

You can also earn 12 Honors points per dollar spent on stays with Hilton when you pay with the Hilton Honors Surpass Card from American Express. The card offering a limited-time sign-up bonus offer of 100,000 points after you spend $3,000 in the first three months.

Stay tuned for a link to the site for registration once it goes live on Hilton’s website.

Featured image courtesy of Hilton Phuket Arcadia Resort & Spa.

H/T: One Mile At A Time

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