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).

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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. Pass. 100k isn’t enough for a base room at their aspirational properties (120k base). It’s not worth burning a 5/24 slot.

  2. Roadside Hamptons are 30-40k points a night now. But they’re also $200-300 per night. We have Biden to thank for this.

  3. @Kebum – High demand for hotel rooms is somehow bad for the economy? You know if those rooms were $90 it would mean nobody is traveling, right?

  4. @ Babblespeak…good of you to try to reason with these people but it’s just no use. They don’t even understand that the Fed’s decision to jack up interest rates is because the economy is too strong and is creating inflationary pressures.

  5. Resist the temptation to engage in pseudo-intellectualizing about how/why inflation happens. It doesn’t make you sound smart. Inflation is very simple (really): too many dollars chasing too few goods and services. On the one hand, the gov’t (under Trump and Biden) printed trillions of dollars out of thin air (e.g., increased unemployment payments, stimulus checks, monthly tax credits for children, voiding student loan debt, living rent-free for 1-2 years because of something). This is the worst type of dollar for the government to issue, because these dollars are not generated by any work/labor/effort/value from the economy. On the other hand, we’re producing much less as a country (as per the two most recent negative GDP quarters). When the two combine, we have inflation.

  6. By definition, inflation is what you get when the economy is artificially too strong due to excess money supply. Play stupid economic games, win stupid economic prices.

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