Amex Offer: Get $50 Back After Spending $250+ on Hilton Stays in the US

Mar 13, 2019

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Targeted American Express cardholders can look to take advantage of some savings on your next Hilton stay. Those eligible for the offer can get $50 back after spending $250 or more with Hilton Hotels & Resorts.

To get the $50 statement credit, you must use your enrolled card to spend $250 or more on room rate and room charges by May 30, 2019. According to the terms, only US-issued Amex cards are eligible, and there’s a limit of one enrolled card per cardholder across all Amex offer channels. Additionally, the offer is only good for Hilton Hotels & Resorts in the US and US territories. Finally, the offer excludes Waldorf Astoria, Conrad, Canopy, Curio, DoubleTree, Tapestry Collection, Embassy Suites, Hampton, Hilton Garden Inn, Tru, Homewood Suites, Home2 Suites and Hilton Grand Vacation bookings.

Keep in mind that you must have been targeted on an American Express card in order to take advantage of this offer. To see if you were targeted, go to your Amex home page and click on each individual card. Scroll down to “Amex Offers and Benefits” on your account homepage, and if you see the offer make sure you click “add to card.” I found the offer on my Platinum Card® from American Express.

Amex Offers are a great way to earn some bonus points or save some cash for making purchases you’re already planning on. Be sure to register your eligible card(s) before making purchases to make sure you’re eligible for the savings or bonus earning.

Featured photo courtesy of the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort.

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