Hilton Honors 5,000 Bonus Points For A Two Night Stay Through July 16, 2018 (Targeted)

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Hilton Honors has relaunched a targeted promotion for 5,000 bonus points for a two night stay or longer through July 16, 2018.

Hilton Honors 5,000 Bonus Points 2018

This is one of the Winback-offers that I have previously written about (new one just launched) where Hilton tries to reactivate members that haven’t stayed for a while.

You can access and sign up (or try you luck) for this offer on Hilton’s website here.

READ MORE: Hilton Honors Rate & Bonus Points And Miles Promotions

Note that only members that have been inactive for a while are likely targeted.


Hilton Honors has been quite active on the reactivation front trying to get members that haven’t stayed for a while to get back on track with these bonus points offers that they have had for the past few years. I have never been eligible for any one of them (too many Hilton stays perhaps?).

Here are the terms and conditions of this promotion:

*Please note this offer is only valid for recipients of the email invitation, is not transferable, and is one-time use only. Members who register for the Honors 3 Promotion and complete a stay of two nights or more by between now and July 16, 2018 will receive 5,000 Hilton Honors™ Bonus Points.

A ‘stay’ is defined as the total number of consecutive nights spent at the same hotel, whether or not a guest checks out and checks back in again. You must provide your Hilton Honors™ account number at the time of booking. Please allow six to eight weeks from completion of your stay for Bonus Points to appear in your account. Offer is not valid for groups and cannot be combined with other select offers.

**Standard Wi-Fi is free. Premium has a fee (except for Diamond members). In-Room Wi-Fi access is not free in meeting spaces and at properties with a resort charge.

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