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Daily Getaways is a series of daily discounted travel packages sponsored by the US Travel Association that started three weeks ago and runs for this week and one more. Every weekday at 1 PM ET, a discounted travel package or packages will go on sale, and the best deals sell out in just a few minutes. The best deals tend to be the selling of hotel points at super low prices or the purchasing of underpriced certificates for hotel stays and car rentals.

Here’s the overview of the fourth week (pictured above). The best deal for the most people this week will probably be Hilton point sale on Tuesday.

Tuesday’s Deal: Hilton Points for .48 Cents Each

On Tuesday you can buy packages of Hilton points in quantities of 30k (three sets max), 100k (one set max) or 250k (one set max) for .48 cents each.

.48 cents a piece is a decent price for Hilton points. But I would not buy Hilton points speculatively for that price because we value them at 0.4 cents each. But if you have an immediate high value redemption in mind, buying points can be a good deal.

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The only reason to get in on this deal is to book a property that is cheap in points–the problem being Hilton’s ridiculously expensive prices for anything above what used to be called a Category 3 hotel. The award chart above does not technically exist anymore as they changed their award pricing to a revenue-based structure, but Hilton has promised that the point price of a room won’t rise higher than the upper end of what its category was priced on this old chart.

At the current sale price, what used to be called Category 1 Hiltons are on sale for $24 at these prices and Category 2 Hiltons (like the well located Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City) are only $48. If there is a cheap Hilton property that is convenient for one of your future trips, these prices for Hilton points could be a great deal.

Friday’s Deal: $1,000 Orbitz Coupon For $650 (Only For Use at Hotels)

For $650, you buy a $1,000 coupon (only one allowed per person) that can be used only at Orbitz hotels. Unfortunately, and this a big unfortunately, coupons can only be used once. Any leftover value is void.

So you need to plan a stay that costs at least $1,000 (excluding taxes, fees, or additional costs according to the terms) to get full value.

This deal makes sense if you have a $1,000+ hotel stay coming up AND don’t have hotel points AND getting the fourth night free with the Citi Prestige Card isn’t cheaper than saving than this $350 savings.

Look out for individual posts on specific deals in the coming weeks, as well as a preview of the week to come at the end of each week.

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