Amex HHonors Free Weekend Night Offer
American Express is sending out a nice targeted offer to holders of their no fee co-branded Hilton HHonors credit card. The offer is so good that I sort of wish that I hard the card. Enough feeling sorry for myself though. Let’s take a look.
Enroll and spend $1,000 in purchases on your Hilton HHonors™American Express Card by December 15th, 2016 and earn a FREE Weekend Night Certificate. Some hotels may have mandatory service or resort charges.
- To be eligible for this special offer, you must be the Basic Card Member on the offer communication, and you must enroll and spend $1,000 between now and 12/15/2016.
- After enrolling the Card, you can earn a Free Weekend Night Certificate from Hilton HHonors™ when you spend $1,000 in purchases on your Hilton HHonors™ Card from American Express during the promotion period. Purchases to meet the spend requirement of this offer do NOT include fees or interest charges, balance transfers, cash advances, purchase of travelers checks, purchase or reloading of prepaid cards, or other cash equivalents. Additional Card Members on your account are not eligible for this offer.
- To receive the Free Weekend Night Certificate, your account must not be cancelled or in default at the time of fulfillment.
Analysis & See If You Were Targeted
So basically spend $1K and get a free weekend night at any Hilton property? Where do I sign up? Oh wait that’s right. I don’t have this card. Luckily if you do, you can check to see if you were targeted by clicking this link and logging in. I am not the jealous type so I sincerely hope that you were. This is just too generous!
While we have taken so many hits when it comes to credit cards this past year, we have seen nice targeted spending offers surface from many of the large banks. This one is almost too generous, so if you have the no annual fee Hilton Amex card and if you were targeted, then I would say it is probably wise to jump on this!
Were you targeted? What property are you going to use your weekend night at?