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HiltonHonors.com is offering their Hilton Honors Members: 2000 Bonus Points per Stay + 10,000 more Points every 5 stays or 10 nights (whichever comes first). Valid for Stays through May 5, 2019 when you sign-in to your account and register for the promotion. Thanks altor7

Note, the Hilton Honors program is free to join. Benefits of this Loyalty program can be found here. Book at Hilton.com or through the Hilton Honors app (iOS or Android) to earn points.
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The Points Unlimited promotion is back! Now tailored for you. Get 2,000 Bonus Points per stay, plus 10,000 Bonus Points every 5 stays or 10 nights (whichever comes first) from January 4 - May 5.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Offer valid for stays completed January 4, 2019, through May 5, 2019 ("Promotion Period") at any hotel or resort within the Hilton Portfolio. Hilton Honors™ members must first register at HiltonHonors.com/PointsUnlimited prior to completing a stay within the Promotion Period. Registered Hilton Honors members will only receive Bonus Points for nights completed during the Promotion Period, regardless of a check-in date before the Promotion Period begins or a check-out date after the Promotion Period ends. Registered Hilton Honors members will earn 2,000 Bonus Points per stay during the Promotion Period, as well as an additional 10,000 Bonus Points for every 5th stay completed or every 10th night completed, whichever comes first. There is no limit to the total amount of Bonus Points that may be earned during the Promotion Period with this offer, and the 10,000 Bonus Points award can be earned an unlimited number of times. Each time a member achieves 5 stays or 10 nights, 10,000 Bonus Points will be awarded and the member's stay/night count will reset. Additional nights earned over the 10 night threshold in a stay will count towards achieving the member's next 10,000 Bonus Point award. For examples and further details, please see the FAQ page. However, there are restrictions on the amount of Base Points that can be earned on a single stay at certain brands.
This offer may be terminated without notice. Bonus Points do not count toward elite tier qualification. Please allow six to eight weeks from completion of your stay for Bonus Points to appear in your account. A 'stay' is defined as the total number of consecutive nights spent at the same hotel, whether or not a guest checks out and checks back in again. Offer is not valid for groups and cannot be combined with other select offers. In-Room Internet Access, Fitness Center/Health Club Access and Bottled Water benefits may not be complimentary at properties with a resort charge. Space-available upgrades only available at select brands. Elite status benefits are subject to availability and vary by brand. For more information, please visit HiltonHonors.com.
Hilton Honors™ membership, including the earning and redemption of Points, is subject to Hilton Honors Terms and Conditions.

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Do you have to pay your stays with money or will you still get the bonus if you use points to pay for the rooms?
You pay with cash. They don't give points on award redemptions...
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nvm...
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Nice. I got 14 nights at Maldives coming up.
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Yes I just stayed last week and got my points. Used points for 5 nights.
Was it fifth night free like at some properties? If so did you get the bonus points for 4 nights or 5?
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Just an FYI 2K Hilton points is roughly $12, unless you are using them for something incredibly expensive to book like NYC on NYE.
Depends on how you use the points. I have ~500000 points and I can buy 1000$ worth stuff using these (500 points = 1$) in Amazon. On the other hand, I could book a room costing 150-200$ for 30000 points (150-200 points = 1$). So the value of 2000 points is around 10 bucks if you use it for booking stays in the future. Not complaining though.
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Yes, you just have to sign up prior to the stay.
I'm currently on day two of a stay and I just signed up? Any ideas?
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I just registered. I'm currently at a Hilton on my 5th night. I check out in the morning. So will I get credit for all 5 nights since I registered before check out?
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This deal isn't so slick and shouldn't be on the front page. The bonus is worth about 10 bucks in future award travel. Obviously, if you're going to stay at a Hilton property during the promotion and are booking direct (the only way to qualify) you should register and earn the 10 bucks, but it shouldn't much influence your choice of hotels.
Being frontpage has nothing to do with how slick a deal is. Slickdeals will get countless click-throughs on a deal like this and makes commission off every single one.

They also need to occasionally throw in a non-shill deal on the frontpage to keep up the scam.
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I just registered. I'm currently at a Hilton on my 5th night. I check out in the morning. So will I get credit for all 5 nights since I registered before check out?
Yeah, and if not, just chat with an HH CSR and they'll credit you.
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Definitely take the $45. Hilton points are a joke.
I don't know how people are giving you a definitive answer since there are so many variables involved. Do these people travel or just count points?

You start with the most basic question - are the room prices the same? Paying $400 for a room and saving $45 is worst off than paying $200 and getting no points. I have had around 80 stays in last 2 years - none was Marriott - their rates were much higher than Hilton/IHG.

Do you have tier status with either brand? Do you have affinity card with either brand? The best way to evaluate Marriott vs. Hilton would be to take the room rate, figure out all the points that you can get from affinity card, program promotion etc. For Hilton use 0.4cents per point, Marriot use 0.7. And then compare the two. And if you have status and get free breakfast, free room upgrades, executive lounge uprgrade with one program versus the other, factor that in your calculations.

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With regards to Hilton points being a joke, I was beginning to wonder too. I have an algorithm - if I can get a good point rate for the hotel, use the points - else pay cash. I am booked in Prague for 5 nights at a super-excellent point rate - 2/3rds of my points are cleaned out. Not bad - as long as my algorithm gives me values such as this one, Hilton will work very nicely for me. [I must have timed it right - now they are asking for twice as many points for the same exact room].

The other thing to factor in the program bonuses. Marriott has the suckiest promotions right now for points. My son is going to be staying at Edition (high-end Marriott property) for 7 days and the Marriott promotion is you get 2000 points starting from 2nd stay - i.e. he gets zilch from the promotion. Hilton gives you a lot more better promotions so factor that in the point value. Just did a $100 stay with Hilton - getting 5,000+ points for it. Marriott would have been 1,000. Would I take 5,000 Hilton versus 1,000 Marriott points - absolutely - no ifs and and buts about it.

The other thing for me - I just love the way Hilton treats me even when I was a lowly HIlton Gold. They treated me/wife/son to free breakfast in most hotels - minimum of a $60 value. This is in addition to giving me room upgrades. Marriott does not give you free breakfast at most levels. I am a Spire Elite member with IHG and that does squat for me - no executive lounge benefits. So yeah IHG uses big words "SPIRE ELITE" but that equates to NOTHING. Hilton as I said, even a lowly Gold gets upgraded and breakfast free. On top of it, if I can score my stay similar to Prague, between the HIlton Amex card points, Gold/Diamond points, promotion points, I am getting a fantastic discount on my room. Doing an eastern Europe this summer - all 3 major cities booked with Hilton - one of the hotels has already confirmed me the executive lounge King suite while the IHG hotel in that same location was going to charge me 30 Euro per person for breakfast - i.e. 90 Euros for 3 people - with that kind of adder per night, Hilton is a bargain and the points are freebies on top of it. You could say - skip breakfast - but we don't - we enjoy the breakfast- it is the fun of travel. And we start with a nice breakfast - go out for sightseeing and have a light lunch.
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Depends on how you use the points. I have ~500000 points and I can buy 1000$ worth stuff using these (500 points = 1$) in Amazon. On the other hand, I could book a room costing 150-200$ for 30000 points (150-200 points = 1$). So the value of 2000 points is around 10 bucks if you use it for booking stays in the future. Not complaining though.
That is the way most programs work. If you use the points for redemption within the program, you get the best point value. Try converting for example, Virgin America points to other brands and look at the conversion rate - pathetic.
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I don't know how people are giving you a definitive answer since there are so many variables involved. Do these people travel or just count points?

You start with the most basic question - are the room prices the same? Paying $400 for a room and saving $45 is worst off than paying $200 and getting no points. I have had around 80 stays in last 2 years - none was Marriott - their rates were much higher than Hilton/IHG.

Do you have tier status with either brand? Do you have affinity card with either brand? The best way to evaluate Marriott vs. Hilton would be to take the room rate, figure out all the points that you can get from affinity card, program promotion etc. For Hilton use 0.4cents per point, Marriot use 0.7. And then compare the two. And if you have status and get free breakfast, free room upgrades, executive lounge uprgrade with one program versus the other, factor that in your calculations.

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With regards to Hilton points being a joke, I was beginning to wonder too. I have an algorithm - if I can get a good point rate for the hotel, use the points - else pay cash. I am booked in Prague for 5 nights at a super-excellent point rate - 2/3rds of my points are cleaned out. Not bad - as long as my algorithm gives me values such as this one, Hilton will work very nicely for me. [I must have timed it right - now they are asking for twice as many points for the same exact room].

The other thing to factor in the program bonuses. Marriott has the suckiest promotions right now for points. My son is going to be staying at Edition (high-end Marriott property) for 7 days and the Marriott promotion is you get 2000 points starting from 2nd stay - i.e. he gets zilch from the promotion. Hilton gives you a lot more better promotions so factor that in the point value. Just did a $100 stay with Hilton - getting 5,000+ points for it. Marriott would have been 1,000. Would I take 5,000 Hilton versus 1,000 Marriott points - absolutely - no ifs and and buts about it.

The other thing for me - I just love the way Hilton treats me even when I was a lowly HIlton Gold. They treated me/wife/son to free breakfast in most hotels - minimum of a $60 value. This is in addition to giving me room upgrades. Marriott does not give you free breakfast at most levels. I am a Spire Elite member with IHG and that does squat for me - no executive lounge benefits. So yeah IHG uses big words "SPIRE ELITE" but that equates to NOTHING. Hilton as I said, even a lowly Gold gets upgraded and breakfast free. On top of it, if I can score my stay similar to Prague, between the HIlton Amex card points, Gold/Diamond points, promotion points, I am getting a fantastic discount on my room. Doing an eastern Europe this summer - all 3 major cities booked with Hilton - one of the hotels has already confirmed me the executive lounge King suite while the IHG hotel in that same location was going to charge me 30 Euro per person for breakfast - i.e. 90 Euros for 3 people - with that kind of adder per night, Hilton is a bargain and the points are freebies on top of it. You could say - skip breakfast - but we don't - we enjoy the breakfast- it is the fun of travel. And we start with a nice breakfast - go out for sightseeing and have a light lunch.
Exactly my thoughts and what I am doing with my Hilton Aspire card with free diamond status.
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I'm also comparing to my AMEX offers of $45 back on 225 with Marriott. Is the 2k points from Hilton Honors worth more?
Cash is king. 2000 points is worth about $12 ($0.6 cent a point based on The Point Guy valuation). Take the cash. My AMEX Ascend offer was $45 back on Embassy Suites.
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I don't have to register it's right on the American Express card
You do need to register. It's a Hilton offer, not an AMEX offer.
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