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Hilton Deal: $50 Hotel Credit Each Day at Select Properties

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If you are a Hilton Hhonors member, look out for this email in your inbox. Hilton is offering a $50 credit towards hotel charges, excluding the room rate and taxes etc… So that means you will be able to use the $50 credit for room service, breakfast or restaurant charges, spa treatment or resort activities etc… You have to book through the link in your email, which will take you to a special landing page for this deal.


I clicked through the link to check out some of the properties, I was pleased to see some properties I have stayed at are included in the offer. For example the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, CA, where parking costs $42 per day, so a $50 credit would provide free parking plus change!! That is if the credit is valid for parking (the specifics of it are determined by each property), but failing that, even as a gold member I was only given a free continental breakfast and had to upgrade at $10 per person to the full breakfast, so a free breakfast and free room service would be nice.


It seems this credit is for paid stays only. Although it didn’t explicitly say that in the terms and conditions, when I tried to toggle to pay with points on the search results page, the page started loading and then froze. It did this several times and I ultimately couldn’t use points to book. On the bright side though, the credit is unlimited, so if you stay 10 days, that is potentially $500 you can “earn” from this. If you do get this credit on a booking, don’t forget to use it during your stay, because if is void after check out and cannot be exchanged for cash.


If you are interested in staying at the Beverly Hilton Check out our review below:

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