Purchase Hilton Points at a Discount

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Today’s Daily Getaway promotion (Day 21) is selling Hilton HHonors points at a “discount”. I am hesitant to use the term discount with Hilton as their points have been so devalued over the past year that I am not confident in purchasing points with them for reasonable redemption opportunities. However, this is in fact cheaper than purchasing points directly with Hilton so you might find a deal here.

100,000 Hilton HHonors™ Bonus Points

  • Cost: $550 ($495 with Amex card)
  • Availability: 160

150,000 Hilton HHonors™ Bonus Points

  • Cost: $825 ($742.50 with Amex card)
  • Availability: 200

250,000 Hilton HHonors™ Bonus Points

  • Cost: $1,375 ($1,237.50 with Amex card)
  • Availability: 200

This means you are purchasing points at 0.55 cents each (or 0.495 if you use an American Express credit card). This is what I’d value Hilton points at, so I wouldn’t speculatively purchase this package unless you are 100% sure of a redemption opportunity in mind that will be cheaper than paying for the hotel directly. Of course for aspirational awards like the Maldives and Bora Bora this will probably come in handy, but always double (and triple) check.

This deal will go on sale at 1pm EST TODAY Monday July 9th. Availability is limited and twill probably sell out shortly after the sale goes live. I’d suggest getting to your computer a few minutes prior to the packages going on sale and continuously refreshing your browser. You can only purchase one of each package for a total of three packages. Also remember, like all other Daily Getaway promotions, you’ll receive 10% off the purchase price if you use any American Express credit card.

You can find out more about this 5 weeks of Daily Getaway Travel promotions in this prior blog post.


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