125k, 100k, & 75k Bonus Offers on Amex Hilton Cards End Tonight

Hilton used to partner with Citi for the issuance of their co-branded credit cards.

Hilton Cardholders: Consider Your Options ASAP

For a while Hilton has offered all of the following co-branded credit cards:

Hilton Honors Card from American Express with no annual fee
Citi Hilton Honors Card with no annual fee
Hilton Honors Surpass Card from American Express with a $75 annual fee
Citi Hilton Honors Reserve Card with a $95 annual fee

But that's changing tomorrow. We've known for a while that Hilton dropped its partnership with Citi in favor of an exclusive co-branding partnership with Amex.

Last Day for 100k & 75k Hilton Amex Card Offers

Today (October 3) is the last day to take advantage of the limited time elevated sign up bonuses on the Hilton Honors Card and the Hilton Surpass Card, both issued by American Express.

We recommend using Hilton points on lower tier Hiltons, as you tend to get a better value for your points. Aim for what used to be Category 1 – 3 Hiltons (priced at 5k to 20k points a night).

Final Chance for Citi Hilton Cards? Offers Pulled From Citi’s Website

January 1, 2018, American Express and Hilton will begin an exclusive credit card agreement. That means only Amex Hilton cards will continue to exist and the Citi Hilton cards will not. Here's the press release if you want to read more about it.

Citi and American Express both issue Hilton co-branded credit cards.

Citi's got the...

Hilton Honors Visa Signature card
Hilton Honors Reserve card

...and Amex has got the

Hilton Honors card
Hilton Honors Surpass card.

Or at least Citi WAS issuing Hilton co-branded credit cards.

Only Two More Days for 100k & 80k Hilton Amex Offers

Today and tomorrow, May 30 and 31, are the last days to take advantage of the limited time elevated sign up bonuses–the highest we’ve ever seen–on the Hilton Honors Card and the Hilton Surpass Card, both issued by American Express.

We recommend using Hilton points on lower tier Hiltons, as you tend to get a better value for your points. Aim for what used to be Category 1 - 3 Hiltons (priced at 5k to 20k points a night).

You Can Pool Hilton Points for Free Now: Here’s How

Hilton's made a lot of changes to its loyalty program as of late. In the end of April, Hilton Honors added a brand new benefit for its members--the ability to pool points with other Hilton Honors members. You don't even need to share the same address!

This is super convenient if a friend or family member needs some more points for a specific redemption. You could pool your points with them now, and get them to share points back with you once they have more.

This Little Known Benefit of the Hilton Reserve Makes Using the Card Worthwhile

The Citi Hilton Honors Reserve Card comes with Two Free Weekend Nights worldwide at top tier Hiltons after spending $2,500 on the card in the first four months.

As a loyalty bonus, the Citi Hilton Honor Reserve Card offers an additional free weekend night certificate after spending $10,000 within a cardmember year.

Since any new cardholder will spend $2,500 on the card to get the first two free night certificates, that means that spending $7,500 more on the card during the first 12 months will entitle you to a third free night certificate, in addition to

Top 5 Hiltons Within the US for Two Free Nights on Hilton Reserve

The Citi Hilton Honor Reserve Card offers two free weekend nights (Fri, Sat, Sun) at almost any Hilton worldwide after spending $2,500 in the first four months.

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“Almost any Hilton” basically excludes only all inclusive properties and time shares.

There are Two Opposite Strategies to Maximize Hilton (Hilton Reserve vs. Points)

In 2013, Hilton gutted its award chart for its top tier properties by adding several categories and moving the most expensive properties from 50,000 points per night to 95,000.

But during the gutting of the top end, the bottom tiers actually got less expensive! Categories 1 and 2 both got 2,500 points per night cheaper.

Should You Buy Hilton Points with 100% Bonus? Sale Ends Tomorrow

Through tomorrow, May 3, 2017, you can buy Hilton HHonors points and get a 100% bonus on the points purchased.

Hilton points normally cost 1 cent each. With the 100% bonus, the price drops to 0.5 cents per point.

If you buy 80,000 Hilton points by May 3, you’ll receive 160,000 points for $800.