See If You’re Targeted for Hilton’s New 5,000 Bonus Points Promotion

Mar 31, 2018

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It’s always nice to earn a little extra from hotel stays you’re already going to do. And, if you have some upcoming Hilton stays — or could potentially have some upcoming Hilton stays — it’s worth checking if you’re targeted for a new bonus points promotion.

Targeted members can earn up to 5,000 bonus Hilton points for stays now through July 29, 2018. Members will earn 2,000 bonus points after the first stay and another 3,000 bonus points after completing a second stay.

At current TPG valuations, the 5,000 bonus points are worth $30. While that’s not a huge bonus, it’s still nice to get a little something extra for stays you’d otherwise be doing.

In order to check if you’re targeted:

If you’re not targeted, you’ll be redirected back to the same promotion page. Only the URL will be changed to indicate that the “member is not affiliated with the promotion.”

Whether you’re targeted for this promotion or not, you can rack up another 100,000 Hilton points from either the Hilton Honors American Express Ascend Card or with the Hilton Honors Aspire Card from American Express. Here’s a comprehensive guide to which card might be best for you.

H/T: Doctor Of Credit

Featured image courtesy Hilton Conrad Maldives

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