[Expired] Get 10,000 Hilton Honors Bonus Points for Completing Just One Survey

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One way to earn miles or points for free is by taking surveys through loyalty programs. It's a great way to generate activity to extend the expiration of your points. But, many of these offers require a lot of time for little payoff. So, we typically don't share these offers.

However, Hilton is currently offering an impressive 10,000-point bonus for signing up for and completing your first survey through Guest Option Rewards. That's much better than the typical offer of just 1,250 bonus points.

10,000 Hilton Honors Bonus Points Promotion

Guest Opinion Rewards is a survey company that has partnered up with Hilton Honors to offer rewards points for completing surveys. If you're not already a member, you can sign up before December 31, 2020 to get 10,000 Hilton Honors bonus points after you complete your first survey within 90 days.

Free nights at Hilton start at just 5,000 points per night. So, just by signing up for Guest Opinion Rewards and completing a survey, you can possibly get two free nights at a Hilton property. Hotels in the U.S. generally start at 10,000 points. Still, you can save around $100 by using the 10,000 bonus points for a free night.

Use your 10,000-point bonus to save on a Hilton stay

After your initial bonus points, you will get additional bonus points after each survey you complete. The Guest Option Rewards website doesn't state how many bonus points you will get, but members have reported getting an average of 250 points per survey.

Bonus points will be rewarded to your Hilton Honors account within 4-6 weeks of completing each survey.

Related: 9 Things We Love About Hilton Honors Rewards Program

Overview of the Guest Option Rewards Program

  • Guest Option Rewards will send emails inviting you to take a survey and get reward points.
  • If you don't want to wait for the emails, you can log into your dashboard to see what surveys are available.
  • Surveys vary in length but typically take about 5-20 minutes to complete. The number of Hilton Honors bonus points you earn also vary depending on the survey you take.
  • In the event that you are not qualified for a survey or the quota is full, you will still receive a nominal amount of bonus points (5 or 10) for your interest in taking the survey.
  • You must be a member of Hilton Honors Rewards to join Guest Option Rewards.
  • The program is only available to U.S. members.

Our Take

It's not every day that you can get 10,000 Hilton Honors bonus points just for completing a survey. The rest of the points you get from completing surveys with Guest Option Rewards don't really seem worth the time, but that's up to you to decide. I've also had difficulty with qualifying for surveys with similar programs in the past.

Signing up with Guest Option Rewards for your bonus points and completing surveys are just a couple of ways to get Hilton Honors Bonus Points. If you're not already a Hilton Honors member, consider signing up today. Don't forget you can also get bonus Hilton points by spending on or getting a new Hilton Honors credit card.

Are you going to sign up for Guest Option Rewards for 10,000 bonus points?

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    Just a followup – I received the points for the survey in my Hilton Honors account. My husband and Mom did NOT receive the points for theirs. I haven’t had the time to try to email an inquiry or check why but I’m still tickled that I got mine!

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    Love this promo! I did it, hubby and Mom as well. What a deal! Wish other surveys were so many points, I’d take a lot more of them. Pretty much I have stopped doing “free” surveys for companies, if McD’s and Popeyes and other restaurant chains can give you a free dinner for doing a survey, then so can other places where you spend a LOT more money…like Macy’s or Amazon or whoever. I called in to a business yesterday bc I had login issues…it took a little time to get account right, then she asks if she can transfer me for a survey, I said absolutely NOT! I started to ask how much does it pay or how much of a discount do I receive for doing the survey but just said not. I am on some of the other survey companies as a good way to extend points if I don’t have a cc with them, like Wyndham. Do a survey every so often to maintain those points.

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    pretty solid deal actually, i’m running low on hilton points so i’ll probably give it a go!

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    YMMV. Just be aware that myself and others (reporting) completed this initial survey, received the email stating the 10k award miles have been awarded, and then never posted. It’s been months and have written to guest option rewards multiple times with no response.

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    I previously tried using it in the past, but the reward is low for the amount of time needed per survey

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    Thanks for this. Happy holidays for me as a result.

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      I just finished mine, and I hope the concern with the malware site isn’t true. I double check on my browser, along with VPN and active malware scan running. Usually sites that are of malware sites, my browsers won’t even let me go to it since I have it set fairly securely.
      Time will show if it is a scam. I hope not. Now on my that site, once I log on, it does shows me my Silver status on the site for doing survey, and it’s showing 10450, to be transferred within 4-6 weeks. Fingers cross. Meanwhile change Hilton site PW and double check info given to site

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    Jeamiell Ostrovsky says:

    A big banner from my browser guard appear saying:

    Website blocked due to reputation
    Website blocked: http://www.guestopinionrewards.com

    Malwarebytes Browser Guard blocks pages that come from websites with relatively light traffic and have been reported to have malicious activity. If you trust this website, please click CONTINUE TO SITE. Otherwise, choose GO BACK.
    We strongly recommend you do not continue.

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    Sadly.. bombarded by a bunch of surveys… 🙁

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    Tried it again with my husband’s Hilton Number – I still see no HIlton Banner – only a ton of surveys that do take forever, but no Hilton points.

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    I did this awhile back and had the same concerns that many folks have mentioned, but the points did post eventually. Easy win. Don’t give up or skip. Happy Holidays. 🙂

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      Turns out I was mistaken. I only looked at my Guest Rewards account, which said that the bonus points had been awarded. Later I noticed that they still have not appeared in my Hilton account. First contact with Guest Rewards did not yield much success. They said something about ensuring that the account information I had provided was accurate. I have been receiving points for individual surveys, so clearly they have the right information for me. Beware.

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    Completed my first survey, got an email immediately about 10,000 points being awarded, and the points landed in my Hilton account a few days later. Thanks for the heads up, AwardWallet team!

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      Glad to help! Thanks for reporting back on your success 🙂

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      Bill from Maine says:

      I just signed my son up on his HH account, did a survey which abruptly ended with the have reached the limit message. Fortunately for him, he received an email a few minutes later saying that he will receive 10,000 HH bonus points and like George says here, posted to his account 2 days later. It does work.

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    In other such programs, I seem to never qualify for surveys. Maybe this time it will be different 🙂

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    I signed up for an account and completed my progile, but it says, “No surveys available.”

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    Do they really think that they will actually recruit more dedicated market research survey respondents through this membership drive?

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    The service / brand is one of the numerous imprints of Dynata, LLC, a huge global consumer data aggregator firm. All sorts of rewards such as PayPal transfers, Amazon gift certificates, points, miles, etc., etc. are offered through its numerous consumer survey portals.

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    It all sounded so great until I read the last clause: “The program is only available to U.S. members.”

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    I tried this, went to the guest link and answered tons of questions and then nothing at all – no mention ever or Hilton….

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      Were you not prompted to enter your Hilton Honors number on the signup page? (https://www.guestopinionrewards.com/signup) On the signup page, I’m still seeing a big banner for earning Hilton points:

      “Earn Hilton Honors Bonus Points Now
      Make the most of your Hilton Honors membership with Guest Opinion Rewards, a new exclusive community for Hilton Honors members.
      Receive Hilton Honors Bonus Points for EVERY survey you take, and we’ll automatically deposit them into your Hilton Honors account.
      Earning Hilton Honors Bonus Points has never been easier!
      Earn 10,000 Hilton Honors Bonus Points when you take your first survey!”

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    Signed up and spent about 20 – 30 minutes trying to complete a survey. Not only did the site seem to have issues, but the chances of actually completing a survey seem to be pretty small. Assuming the “partial” credit comes through, it was not a complete loss.

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    Just know what you’re going into, and expect to spend some time doing it. I think it is worth it.

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    Well, this is a hell of a deal. Especially if you can use it for two nights. I’m getting on it right now!

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      Same here. Big Data already knows more about me than I do, so I’m game to earn an easy 10,000 Hilton Honors bonus points that I can either use when I resume traveling or use toward a travel gift to someone else.

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    tried this weeks ago, when was also current, but without luck to receive 10000, received only 2000 or something.

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    Interesting that they’ve gone with a different survey provider! Definitely beneficial for us to get all the signup bonuses, LOL

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    It isn’t that easy it seems and seems a bit shady.

    Tried several surveys in the last hour or so. All of them after making me answer several questions, result in the following:

    Thank you for your interest.
    We have reached our target number of participants and the survey is now closed.

    Then why bother asking me in the first place?

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      Hey Penn I ran into the same thing. It took me 3 surveys to get one where I got past the filter. I did succeed (took about 25 min) and I saw a 10K bonus pending in my history on the survey site.

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    My chances are slim, however, getting 10,000 points free is worth it.

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    The 10K perk is good.
    I agree it’s not worth it for future surveys because to qualify they ask so many questions. Unfortunately, you will spend three minutes answering questions only to find out they already have surveyed enough people with your qualifications. So you don’t earn points and then they offer another survey. They get plenty of info about you though.

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    Bill from Maine says:

    The wife and I both completed a survey and each Hilton account had 10,000 points posted the next day. The following days we have been deluged with 5-10 surveys per day. What I really don’t like about it is you could spill your guts out for 15 minutes on a 25 minute survey and than the next page that pops up tells you the survey has reached maximum capacity, so no points other than a small partial amount. It’s just not worth it.
    We’re happy with the initial points and gave a couple of follow up surveys a try, but won’t be spending anymore time doing surveys.