Hilton appears to be first of the major hotels chains to publish a new promotion for next year and while it's not a promotion that's going to blow anyone away, it's a promotion that's could still earn a Hilton fan a decent number of points in the first four months of 2023.
Hilton's current points sale is offering bonuses of up to 100% with points on sale for as little as 0.5 cents each (as usual). In total, 320,000 points can be purchased in this sale, but you only have until tomorrow to top up an account if you haven't done so already.
Three of Hilton's co-branded credit cards have, historically, allowed cardholders to earn free night certificates that could be used at any Hilton property in the world...but only on weekends. Now, however, it looks like Hilton is turning a temporary, pandemic-induced enhancement into a permanent enhancement and making the certificates considerably more valuable.
Hilton has launched a new promotion in which it's offering double elite night credits on all eligible stays made between today and the end of the year.
Hilton seems to be using two-factor authentication a lot more of late and that may or may not suit all the Hilton Honors members out there. If you're in the position of needing to change or disable your two-factor authentication settings, this article will show you just how easy that is to do.
Hotel elite status can be both vastly overrated and extremely useful depending on which status level and which hotel program we're discussing, and people's opinions can vary quite significantly. But, as a rule, having status is better than not having status so people will go to varying degrees of effort to maintain their hotel privileges from year to year.
Last year, Hilton Honors fans were given a very easy path to top-tier Diamond Elite status when the Diamond Elites status match requirements were dropped to just 9 elite nights and while this current promotion isn't quite as generous, it still offers an incredibly easy path to top-tier Hilton status through March 2024.
Hilton is still running its 'Power Up' global promotion in which it's offering double points on stays completed by 31 December but it has now revealed the promotion that will take over from it on 1 January. Registration for Hilton's new 'Points Unlimited' promotion is now open.
In the past few days, Hilton has made it possible for Honors members to view full details of their free night awards on its website, and some people have noticed that the expiration dates of those awards have been extended. Up until today, Hilton hadn't passed comment on these changes but we now have confirmation that a number of extensions are being processed.
Hilton appears to have done something that I don't recall it ever doing in the past - it has launched two very different points sales. Both sales allow customers to buy points at the lowest rate that Hilton generally sells its currency but while one only permits purchases of 80,000 points, the other Honors members to buy up to 160,000 points. Which sale have you been targeted for?