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My Hilton Grand Vacations Time Share Offer
I have been attracting time share offers right and left these days. First it was Hyatt’s Hawaii offer, and then Wyndham’s very tempting offer, followed by Sheraton & American Express’ confusing yet awesome offer. Now I received a Hilton Grand Vacations time share offer. These time share companies must think I have some money to spend or something, hint: I don’t ;). What they don’t know can’t hurt them I guess.
Details of the Offer
The Hilton Grand Vacations time share offer was for either Las Vegas or Orlando. It is nowhere near as lucrative as the Hyatt, Sheraton or Wyndham offers.
- 3 Nights in Orlando or Las Vegas
- 15,000 Hilton points (which they comically value at $150 – I Wish!!!)
- Must travel within 12 months after purchase
- Must attend a 2 hour presentation
- Will stay at a near by Hilton Grand Vacation resort or a similar Hilton hotel.
The cost for this package is $199 plus tax. I would imagine the Orlando trip would offer a better bang for my buck. When I recently searched Hilton hotels in Orlando the HGV properties had some of the highest prices.
This is clearly not as good as the previous offers. Not knowing what hotel I would be put up in makes it a hard pass from the start. Also the 15,000 points offered have the lowest value of the 4 offers. Orlando and Las Vegas have a ton of value hotel options as well which lessens the value even more.
For this time share torture offer the juice is just not worth the squeeze. Share your thoughts in the comments section. Did you get a similar offer from Hilton recently?
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