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American Express and Hilton Honors are teaming up to offer two huge bonuses. This is a great opportunity to pad your Hilton account while the offers last. They both will expire in a couple days, so don’t delay!
Two Big Hilton Honors Point Offers
For two more days, American Express is offering a bonus of 100,000 points on their Hilton Honors Surpass card and 80,000 points on the Hilton Honors No-fee card. This is nearly the highest offer ever for both of these cards! (The Surpass briefly hit 120,000 last year for a very targeted audience.) While Hilton points aren’t the most valuable points in the game, this offer is quite strong. Brooke and I have both taken advantage of both of these big offers!
We’ve used our Hilton Honors points for a penthouse in Dubai, a luxury resort in Maui, an overwater bungalow in French Polynesia, and a manor house in Scotland. If you have traveling companions, encourage them to apply as well, because you can pool your points for an incredible vacation! Grab the 180,000 points from these two cards while you can! You can find current application links in our Top Offers > Hotel Cards tab in the main menu.
Be sure to take advantage of these two limited-time offers from Hilton while you have the chance. Grab the 180,000 points from the Amex Hilton Honors Surpass and No-fee cards, and loop your friend in on the deal too. Combine all of your points to visit some exotic resort. Cheers!
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