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If you are a big Hilton fan, I wanted to remind you that their 2k everyday promotion is still alive and runs through the end of the month, April 30, 2017. There has been a lot of newer news around Hilton this past month, including Hilton Hotels Announces Newest Brand and Major Changes to Hilton HHonors Program Including New Perks. Hilton’s current promotion, 2K Every Day is open for registration so make sure that you registered for this promotion here.
Don’t Forget Hilton’s 2K Everyday
If you are looking to earn more Hilton points, consider the Hilton Honors™ Surpass® Card from American Express and the Hilton Honors™ Card from American Express.
How To Upgrade To Hilton Honors Diamond Status
If you spend $40k per year on your Hilton Honors™ Surpass® Card from American Express you will also earn top-tier Diamond status, which offers the opportunity for confirmed room upgrades and suite upgrades at hotels (depending on availability.) This card also offers benefits such as:
CAR RENTAL LOSS AND DAMAGE INSURANCE♦
GLOBAL ASSIST® HOTLINE‡
BAGGAGE INSURANCE PLAN♦
TRAVEL ACCIDENT INSURANCE♦
2 K Everyday Promotion Details are as follows:
- Earn 2,000 Points on every stay, every day at over 4,700 hotels worldwide
- Stay dates February 1 – April 30, 2017
- Registration page coming soon…I’ll post it as soon as it’s up and running
- No minimum stay requirements, no maximum on how much you can earn
- Here’s an example of potential earn for a typical two-night stay: 3,000 Base Points + 1,500 Points & Points Bonus + 4,000 2K Every Day Bonus = 8,500 Points. (33% more Points than you would earn under the Double Points offers we ran last year)
When I did have Diamond status with Hilton, I enjoyed the benefits. In particular, we had some amazing experiences and upgrades at both the Hilton Seychelles and the Hilton Moorea. Both trips were “trips of a lifetime for us.” If you are looking for Hilton points and status, you should consider the benefits of these cards and especially the limited time offers valid through May 31st.
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