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If you’re a Hilton fan, check your Chase Offers to see if you were targeted to receive 5% to 10% back at Hilton hotels. This offer should be easy to use since it applies to any Hilton brand.
Here are the details of this new deal.
This new Chase Offer is targeted, so not everyone will have the same offer. Here are the 2 versions we have seen.
To be eligible for the savings, the $100 minimum must be met in a single charge (unlike Amex Offers, which usually allow multiple swipes to meet the minimum spend required amount).
It’s important to remember to add the offer to your card before making a purchase.
You can travel after the offer’s expiration date as long as your payment is made while the offer is active. This offer isn’t valid on bookings made through third parties like online travel agencies (OTAs).Hot Tip:
If you see this offer on multiple Chase cards, be sure to add it to the one that earns the most points on hotel stays. An excellent option would be the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, which earns 3x points on all travel, including hotels.
Saving money on a hotel stay is generally a great deal. Ideally, your stay would be no more than the maximum allowed for this offer, which is $560 in spending for the 10% offer. At that amount, you’d earn the full $56 cash-back allowed.
This is even a good deal compared to the earnings you could get by paying for your stay with a Hilton credit card. Consider the Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card which earns 14 Hilton points per dollar at Hilton properties. Spending $560 on a Hilton stay with that card would earn 7,840 Hilton points. Considering we value Hilton points at only 0.5 cents each, those points would be worth $39.20, which is considerably less than the $56 cash-back you could get by using this Chase Offer.
If you have a Hilton stay in the future, check your Chase Offers to see if you can add this 5% or 10% cash-back offer on Hilton Hotels to your card. It’s a great way to save some money on your next Hilton stay. You can also read our review on this Chase Ink bonus welcome offer if you don’t currently own a Chase card and want to take advantage of the benefits included.
The information regarding the Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer.
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