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In addition to the Marriott Amex Offer I just wrote about, there is another hotel offer for those looking to stay at an Embassy Suites, Homewood Suites, or Home2 hotel. These are all properties under the Hilton umbrella. The great thing about this offer is that on Membership Reward earning cards you’ll see a bonus point offer and on all other Amex cards you’ll see a statement credit offer. Since they are different offers, you can actually take advantage of it twice – assuming you have both types of cards. This offer expires November 15, 2018.
If you value your Membership Reward points at more then 1 cent per point, which you absolutely should, then the Membership Reward bonus point offer is better then the statement credit offer. I personally value my points at around 2 cents per point, so that is like getting a 40% rebate on the $250 spend.
This offer is only valid for Embassy Suites by Hilton, Homewood Suites by Hilton and Home2 Suites by Hilton in the US & US Territories. All other properties under the Hilton umbrella are excluded for this offer. However, check your account to see any other previous offers for other Hilton properties as there are many others available!
Remember, for the statement credit to trigger, you must book directly with Hilton. The charge also must hit your credit card by November 15, 2018. So a pre-paid stay made prior to this date, but for a stay after this date should trigger. Or, if you have a stay that goes through this date ask the front desk if they can split up your stay and charge you for some of the rooms prior to check out. Also, if you are using points for your stay you can still take advantage of this offer with any incidental charges paid to your room. As long as you put any other charges on your bill, for example, on-site restaurants, activities, drinks at the bar, etc. it will still trigger the statement credit (as long as you are spending $250+ on incidentals).