100,000 Point + $100 (!) Offer For No Annual Fee Hilton Card

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The Hilton Honors American Express Card is Amex’s no annual fee Hilton co-brand (see rates and fees).

And they’ve introduced a new initial bonus offer for it: This Hilton card has an offer to earn 100,000 Hilton Honors Bonus Points after you spend $1,000 in purchases on the Card in the first 3 months of Card Membership. Plus, you can earn up to $100 in Statement Credits on eligible purchases made on the Card at any of the Hilton family hotels in the first 12 months of Membership.

The product comes with Hilton Honors Silver status ($20,000 spend on the card in a calendar year earns Gold status through the end of the next calendar year).

Conrad Bora Bora Nui

For an irregular Hilton customer this is really a good up front offer for the Hilton Honors American Express Card. The statement credit, on top of the points, makes this current limited time offer for the card one of the best we’ve seen.

For rates and fees of the Hilton Honors American Express Card, click here.

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  1. Got this no fee card 2.5 years ago with the same bonus. And still have it. Would I be able to get Another one…

  2. Seems impossible to know whether or not you’ll get the welcome bonus if you’ve had previous Amex cards. If you’ve cancelled a card within 12 months of issue, they might consider that unacceptable: “We may also consider the number of American Express Cards you have opened and closed as well as other factors in making a decision on your welcome offer eligibility.

    If we in our sole discretion determine that you have engaged in abuse, misuse, or gaming in connection with the welcome offer in any way or that you intend to do so (for example, if you applied for one or more cards to obtain a welcome offer(s) that we did not intend for you; if you cancel or downgrade your account within 12 months after acquiring it; or if you cancel or return purchases you made to meet the Threshold Amount), we may not credit the welcome offer to, we may freeze the welcome offer credited to, or we may take away the welcome offer from your account. We may also cancel this Card account and other Card accounts you may have with us.”

  3. Why would anyone want to waste a hard pull and one of their 5/24 Chase slots on any Hilton product?

    Their points are essentially worthless unless you stay in a 3rd world country where you might get five nights for 100,000.

    Otherwise, 100,000 won’t buy you two nights anywhere decent

  4. Gary posts a picture of the Conrad Bora Bora.

    Checking for availability in August, there are a couple of days where 120,000 points will buy one night. However, most nights costs 1.35M points…not kidding. Hilton points are pointless

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