Hilton Gift Card Deal with Amex Offers

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Amex Offers is offering a way to purchase Hilton gift cards for slightly cheaper. Purchase a $75+ gift card, receive a $5 statement credit. Quite honestly, based previous Amex Offers, I would have expected a higher statement credit, but I guess something is better then nothing. And this is specifically on gift card purchases which is rare and typically requires some roundabout method to purchase gift cards at a discount. I personally saw this offer on every single one of my American Express accounts, so it is widely available.

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This is a one time statement credit per registered card. You must make your purchase at americanexpress.com/hiltongiftcard by April 30, 2017. I do not suggest purchasing gift cards to use at international property where there is a currency conversion.

To enroll in this offer:

  • Sign into your AmericanExpress.com account and go to the “Amex Offers For You” tab. Find the Hilton Gift Card offer and make sure to select the “Add to Card” button. Although once you do this for one card the option will disappear on other cards. Read this post first on how to use the multiple browser trick to save the offer to all your American Express credit cards. 

To learn more about these American Express offers, read this Amex Offers series:

You can check out all the other current Amex Offers here. Enjoy!

Comments

  1. I’m sorry, but do your readers really care about getting a $5 discount?

    This is just click bait: “Hilton Gift Card Deal with Amex Offers” without disclosing upfront that it is only for $5. If it is like your other posts for $50 discounts/credits or higher, that is worth posting.

    You are just pissing readers off by posting useless articles like this. Of course if you don’t care what readers think then please continue posting worthless articles like this.

  2. Jimmy apparently does not reads what he is clicking on before doing so. It is obvious it is about $5 off of $75. The deal is not worth it because there is a $1.95 shipping fee making a savings of $3.05.

    • rockydog – So you are saying that a $5 savings is worth writing about? LOL… Are you that poor that a $5 discount interests you? If you are then good for you.
      You apparently found it worth your while to uncover that the actual saving was only $3.05
      So I guess saving $5 is meaningful to you but not $3.05? LOL… how sad.

      All I was trying to do was ask the writer to please focus on information that has greater value.
      That’s all.

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