Do you have any plans to stay at Hilton properties any time soon? Good news if you've answered 'yes'. Hilton is offering travelers the chance to bag extra Hilton Honors points for their stays. From now through the end of the year, you can earn 500 bonus Honors points for each stay you book using the Hilton Honors app. What makes this offer even more generous is that you can combine both ongoing offers and really rack up points.
Previously, Hilton offered triple points when booking stays through its app, so this bonus may not seem as generous.
While 500 Honors points aren't a huge bonus by any means, but if you have a lot of stays planned this year, you might as well book through the app to fatten up your account with points. And with more thousands of participating resorts and hotels under the Hilton portfolio, you can easily rack up points.
To qualify, you must first register for the promotion, and you will have to wait between 6 and 8 weeks to receive your bonus points.
The Hilton app was created by Hilton to allow travelers to book and manage their reservations easily with their smartphones. With the app, you can also speed up the check-in process and even see the specific view of some rooms.
The Hilton app also allows you, in some locations, to use your phone as a key to get into your room. It's easily the most advanced app in the hotel industry.
On top of that, another promotion that Hilton is rolling out for its members currently is a promotion which lets you earn 2,000 bonus Honors points per night stayed at participating Conrad® or Waldorf Astoria™ hotels & resorts.
To receive the 2,000 bonus points for each night's stay at any of the participating properties, Hilton Honors members have to reserve with the code PBK2P1 and complete the stays from now till December 31, 2017. Bear in mind that each stay has a bonus points cap of 8,000 and that bonus points that are earned on base points cannot be used for elite tier qualification.
On a side note, if you want to earn Honors points even quicker, check out the Hilton cards shown below.
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