Daily Getaways: Purchase Hilton Honors Points with a 50% Discount

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This Hilton Points Purchase promotion has ended, however, you can still purchase Hilton points.

Hilton Honors is offering you a 50% discount on the purchase of Hilton Honors points with this year’s Daily Getaways. There are three points packages available to purchase (30,000, 100,000, and 250,000). The promotion starts on June 4, 2019, 1 p.m. ET.

Key Terms

  • The promotion starts on June 4, 2019, 1 p.m. ET.
  • You can purchase up to five sets of points.
  • The promotion is only open to residents of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia.
  • Allow three to four weeks for the bonus points to post to your account.

30,000-point package

  • Purchase 30,000 Hilton Honors points for $150
  • There are 450 points packages available for purchase.
  • You can purchase three sets of this points package for a total of 90,000 points.

100,000-point package

  • Purchase 100,000 Hilton Honors points for $500
  • There are 275 points packages available for purchase.
  • You can only purchase one of set of this points package.

250,000- Point Package

  • Purchase 250,000 Hilton Honors points for $1,250
  • There are 236 points packages available for purchase.
  • You can only purchase one set of this points package.

Our Take

If you are a Hilton aficionado, then this promotion is a solid deal, especially if you are looking to build up your balance for an upcoming redemption. Unlike yesterday’s Daily Getaways sale of Hyatt points (which sold out instantly), Hilton frequently sells points at the same rate with a 100% bonus or a 50% discount at least a few times a year. In fact, the last sale with a 100% bonus ended less than a week ago.

The biggest advantage of this deal is that it offers a rare option to bypass Hilton’s 80,000-point cap on the purchase of Hilton Honors points, and Daily Getaways purchases should be categorized as travel creating an opportunity to earn 3X points on cards like the Chase Sapphire Reserve® and the Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card.

One thing to remember is that these deals are incredibly popular, and are generally sold out within seconds of going live. Based on recent promotions, it seems highly unlikely you'll be able to purchase more than one package, so plan accordingly.

Source:  Daily Getaways

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  • Hilton points are one of the most unreliable loyalty “currencies” out there. Just a couple of days ago they again increased the number of points required to redeem among low tier hotels, thus shrinking the number of cheap redemptions to a few hotels in Turkey and China. Perhaps you should write an article on this devaluation too?

  • How often does this deal usually come around?

  • Walter Howell says:

    You can use your Hilton Honors points to make purchases on Amazon. It is simple to link your account with Amazon. At checkout you can select pay with points.

  • Walter Howell says:

    Hilton Honors is a great program. It is very easy to reach diamond status and at check in they acknowledge you with snacks and water. The only issue is the status should get you WiFi access that doesn’t expire each day. You should be able to connect during your whole stay without having to re-enter you information each day.

  • What is the rationale for only allowing the sale of Hilton points in this promo to US residents only? Doesm’t really make (financial) sense to me…

  • Could someone explain how this could be a good deal. It’s fifty dollars ($50) per 10,000 points. A Hampton Inn in Las Vegas goes for 30,000 points. That’s $150 per night for a Hampton Inn. What am I missing?

    • Hey Hugh, there are lots of properties where using points doesn’t make sense at all. If you’re redeeming 30,000 points, the paid rate should probably be north of $300 for it to be a high-value redemption. There are plenty of cases where you can get better than 1 cent per Hilton point. It really just depends on the property and the paid rates when you want to stay.

  • A little of topic but I’m very disappointed with the silent (and secret) devaluation of a lot of Hilton hotels.
    Many hotels now cost 5000-10000 points more than before.
    As an example let’s take the Hilton Salalah resort, I’ve stayed here some time ago with 5000 points, not this hotel cost 30000 points.
    It has passed from 5000 points to 10000 points, then from 10000 points to 20000 points and now from 20000 points to 30000 points!
    It’s an extreme case but a lot of hotel now cost 5000, 10000 or even more than before!

  • Great deal, unfortunately not for us in Europe.

  • Great deal, unfortunately not for us in Europe.

  • This was a great promotion, not sure why I missed it. Hoping it will come back soon.

  • Pawel Piskala says:

    Is this gone now?

  • I’m not sure if purchasing hilton points at 0.5 is a good deal unless you have a specific redemption that would allow a good roi. I’ve got half a million hilton points and i always have a hard time using points where i can get more than 0.5 cents per point.

  • The_Bouncer says:

    $5/1,000 is not a bad price, but beware of the recent stealth devaluation.

  • Great! I missed the promotion, but now I will buy with discount =D =D

  • I bagged one set but checkout took too long and I lost it .

  • Usually is not worth buying Hilton points for this price. I bet 100% bonus will be back soon.
    Most of the times the cash price for some nights are cheaper and you even earn additional points – Sometimes even in comparison to 5 nights for the price of 4 nights with points.
    So its cheaper to make 2 bookings. One with your existing points and the another one as a payed stay. The math might look much better in this case.

  • Jane Phillips says:

    It seems there are better deals to be had but this is not a bad one. I may try to take advantage.

  • Great deal considering you do not need to pay extra taxes on a redemption stay.

  • just good enough to top off my Hilton account

  • This one was not as good of a deal so I’m surprised it went as fast as it did.

  • Yes, I’ve seen better offers before. Wish these offers stuck around longer.

  • Steven William Van Meter says:

    So there are 3 points packages available to purchase: 30,000, 100,000, and 250,000. If only I had the money.

  • As usual, the offer came and left.

  • Personally, I would wait for the 100% bonus. However, if you need the points for a redemption this may work for you.

  • I did look at this but felt that I’ll just wait for bonuses, since I’m not looking to have an upcoming redemption.
    I do like Hilton but haven’t been really staying with them lately. I appreciate that you mentioned the cap on the amount of points
    you can get in a year. Always something I forget about! I can see that this deal would be great if you’re trying to beef up miles and have possibly hit the cap.

  • Thomas Hanrahan says:

    Might make sense for some redemptions if desperate for points, but i wouldn;t be a buyer at these prices.

  • not worth it as 100% bonus is available from time to time

    • Only worthwhile if you are a heavy buyer of points – this gets you around the annual cap on buying direct…

  • Yes, I do smile when I see the terms state that you can buy up to 5 sets of points. Sure, in theory, they won’t stop you from grabbing 5 sets. What will stop you, however, is that everything will be sold out in seconds, likely precluding you from even getting a 2nd set. So really, no, you can’t buy additional sets, but I appreciate their optimism.

  • Steven William Van Meter says:

    Sounds like a good deal: 100,000 Hilton Honors points for $500… I just wish Hilton didn’t bombard me with spam emails after I update my points.

  • They sell out in minutes.

  • Michaelj1 says:

    Well, unfortunately, another one I missed out on.

  • they are just to easy to obtain for free with surveys and credit cards to think about buying them.

  • The 250,000 point package is actually somewhat attractive, as mentioned, it’s rare to be able to acquire so many points in one go; value-wise, if one is looking at the really aspirational Hilton properties, $1250 is a heck of a rate for a minimum of 2.5 nights.

  • Curious as to whether other people think this is a good deal. Doesn’t seem that great for the number of points it usually takes to get rooms.

  • It’s so unfortunate these deals sell out so fast….

  • Good deals. Maybe I should buy

  • Too bad Hilton does not provide a better discount for this deal.
    As you mentioned the discount is the same as the regular points purchase promotions, which does not provide a big incentive to jump on this deal.

  • At first I wondered if this was even a good deal, since Hilton often has better sales on points purchases.

    I see how it could benefit those who have already bought their yearly maximum of point, but it still doesn’t seem very special. I’ll be interested to see how fast this sells out.