Hilton’s first promotion for 2018 – “Points Unlimited”

Get 2,000 bonus points for each stay in Jan-Apr 2018 by registering before you check out, with an additional 10,000 for every five stays.

Hilton’s announced their next promotion that will start in 2018 – this one awards 2,000 bonus points for each stay, with even more points when you clock multiples of five (stays).

Earn 2,000 Bonus Points on every stay plus an additional 10,000 Points on every 5 stays from January 1 – April 30, 2018. There’s no limit on the amount of Bonus Points you can earn.

Promo registration page

Since the number of bonus points awarded is fixed per stay regardless of price per night or length of stay, it’s best optimised by staying single nights at cheaper properties. That said, that’s a very specific stay pattern that many of us might not be able or willing to work around. Still, registration is free, and with Hilton points valued at about 0.5¢ each, I’ll be happy to accept $10 worth of additional free credits per stay when it comes at the low, low price of nothing.

I’d previously stated that Hilton Honors Gold is a solid choice for mid-tier hotel loyalty programmes. A year later, this opinion hasn’t changed – Hilton has been consistently launching promo after promo allowing travellers to earn additional points like there’s no tomorrow. At some point in time I’ll probably assess the actual value of these bonus points.

So, why wait? Click here to register for the promo today.

p.s. For those of you who are staying in a Hilton property in the last part of the year, Hilton is currently offering a double points promo (global) as well as a Visa double points promo (Asia Pacific) – be sure to register for these if you’ve not done so already!

Louis Tan
Louis Tan
Louis believes he caught the premium travel bug after attaining KrisFlyer Elite Gold and occasionally being upgraded while shuttling between the UK, Singapore and Japan (in economy class). These travels have led to a wonderful marriage, as well as a burning desire to avoid flying long-haul economy. He previously travelled with a gryphon plush toy, Griffles, which often stood in for him in vacation photos. Griffles is mostly busy with entertaining a toddler these days, but still manages to continues amusing (and confusing) air stewardesses, hotel staff (and just about everybody else) all around the world.

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