10,000 Free Hilton Points For Taking One Survey

Taking surveys for miles was super lucrative twenty years ago. Now I very often don’t bother. The rewards tend to be much lower, and I’ve wasted too much time on screening questions to even qualify for a survey that don’t pay out at all, only to learn after that effort that I’m not eligible.

Many of the players have come and gone too – Opinion Place, e-miles – and e-Rewards isn’t nearly as worthwhile as it once was. So I don’t cover it often.

However Tom Sumner flags a new deal over at InsideFlyer where you earn 10,000 Hilton points as a bonus for your first Guest Opinion Rewards survey. Just sign up here.

Bonus Points are only available to newly enrolled members who complete their first survey within 3 months of enrolling, through this offer.

This offer is increased from just 1250 bonus points available last month.

I value 10,000 Hilton points at $40 but of course this is also a nice way to generate activity in your Honors account. Hilton points expiration is paused through December 31, 2021 but normally points expire after 15 months of account inactivity.

About Gary Leff

Gary Leff is one of the foremost experts in the field of miles, points, and frequent business travel - a topic he has covered since 2002. Co-founder of frequent flyer community InsideFlyer.com, emcee of the Freddie Awards, and named one of the "World's Top Travel Experts" by Conde' Nast Traveler (2010-Present) Gary has been a guest on most major news media, profiled in several top print publications, and published broadly on the topic of consumer loyalty. More About Gary »

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  1. I understand why they’ll need your real name and Hilton number; however, I’m wary about giving them my birth date and physical address. Even though the dark web probably already has all this information about me, I think I’ll pass on this promo.

  2. No one who doesn’t specifically need it, or has the authority to require it, gets my real birthdate. Ever.
    Address, I don’t care. They can’t reach me without getting past the doorman. And that’s fairly easy to find on Zabasearch anyway.

  3. Great info – just signed up and completed a survey (went through several that kept saying they miraculously filled up in the couple seconds it took to click them, so that part of the system could be better, but eventually got one that worked), and 10K points are on their way!

  4. Did this survey 3-4 months ago. Posts quickly.

    I still randomly take a survey even though the points are measly. Still thankful for the 10k I guess.

  5. “Thank you for your interest in participating in our survey. We had an overwhelming response to this study and have reached the required number completes as set by our client.”

  6. Easy way to gain small amounts of Hilton points. I have managed over 20k but, I’m not sure it’s worth the time. At least there is 10k for first completed survey and 10 points if a survey rejects you.

  7. This was a scam. Signed up, “no surveys available”, but a million prompts to keep adding more and more information to my “profile” to match me with me more surveys. A ton of demographic information and literally half an hour of giving them personal info later, and they’re still asking for more “profile” information (mine is only 42% complete) and showing no surveys available. Checked back a week later, no surveys available, but they want me to keep giving them more info about me (in my never-ending profile, not in a survey) which will earn zero points.

    Waste of time at best, but a scam to get a ton of information on you without calling it a “survey” for which they’d need to pay out points.

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