Hilton Q1 Promotion: 1,000 Points Per Night + 5,000 Points Per Weekend Stay

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Between January 1 and March 31, 2012 you can earn 1,000 bonus points per night with Hilton Hotels. Additionally, for every 2-night weekend stay you’ll earn an extra 5,000 bonus points. A weekend stay consists of two consecutive nights between Thursday and Sunday. You must register for this promotion prior to your stay. Make sure to take a look at the non-participating hotels list as well as there are a decent amount in the US that have opted out of this promotion.

For a 2-night weekend stay, this promotion is actually not too bad since the 1,000 points per night can be combined with the 5,000 points per stay. For a 2-night weekend stay at about $150/per night, you can net 11,500 points (assuming no status). I am not too excited over this promotion, but it is definitely better than nothing. For a 1-night stay it also trumps SPG this quarter as SPG is not offering anything.

Remember to register now!

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  1. How do you get 11,500 point for a weekend stay… By my calculations it would be 10,000 points
    2 nights at $150 a night= $300 * 10pt/$ = 3000 pts
    1000 per night @ 2 nights= 2000 pts
    5000 bonus for 1 weekend stay = 5000 pts

    3000+2000+5000= 10,000 pts

    • @Dan – With the double dipping option of points you’ll get another 5 points per dollar adding another 1,500 points onto the stay. I should have stated this. If you select miles as your preference than you will not receive the additional 1,500 points.

  2. I would say be careful with this one, there are many exculsions. Homewood Suites Malvern PA excluded, Embassy Suites Valley Forge PA- excluded.

    • @Cyndi – Thanks for reminding the readers about the exclusion list. With most hotel’s quarterly promotions there is a list of exclusions, which is very annoying!

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