Hilton HHonors Treasure Hunt in San Francisco – Win a Free Night at Any Hilton!

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You might remember a few weeks ago when Hilton was offering 500 free nights over the course of a week. Well guess what?! It is coming back this Friday, November 11th in San Francisco. This treasure hunt is available to everyone, but you must act fast! Only 75 free night will be given out and can be redeemed at any Hilton property.

  • Who: Everyone!
  • What: Hilton HHonors is hosting a bonus Treasure Hunt stop to give away 75 Free Night certificates
  • When: Free Night certificates will begin to be handed out from 4-6pm PDT or to the first 75 people who successfully arrive and show proof of the completed task, whichever comes first. You are able to arrive early to wait and ensure a spot.
  • Where: Hilton San Francisco Union Square at 333 O’Farrell Street
  • Why: To support the Hilton HHonors Fast Ways to Free Stays promotion and to thank all of our loyal HHonors members who requested a west coast event. To read more on the “Faster Ways to Free Stays” promotion read my prior post.

To take part in the treasure hunt and win a free night, you must:

  1. Tweet your “Travel Wish”, mention @HiltonHHonors, and which @HiltonWorldwide property you want to visit to use your #HHfreenight. Example: “My travel wish is to visit the @WaldorfAstoria Park City Utah! @HiltonHHonors #HHfreenight #SanFran”
  2. Find the Hilton HHonors staff at the @HiltonSFUnionSq @ 4pm PDT to show proof of your “Travel Wish” tweet & @HiltonHHonors & #HHfreenight mentions on either your mobile phone or a print-out
  3. The first 75 people to find us in person at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square (@HiltonSFUnionSq) and show us their “Travel Wish” tweet could win a Free Night!
I will make sure to re-remind you all on Friday. Goodluck! Where will you use your free night?!

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  1. I would suggest getting there at least one hour early!
    In chicago, there were 110 people in line 5 minutes before the official start time. Only the first 100 recieved the prize!

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