Posted by William Charles on October 2, 2016
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Published on October 2nd, 2016 | by William Charles

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American Express Hilton HHonors (No Annual Fee) 75,000 Points Offer Returns

The Offer

Direct link to offer

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Card Details

  • No annual fee
  • Card earns at the following rates:
    • 7x points on all purchases at hotels and resorts within the Hilton portfolio
    • 5x points on all purchases at U.S restaurants, supermarkets and gas stations
    • 3x points on all other purchases
  • Receive complimentary silver status with Hilton HHonors (upgrade to gold status if you spend $20,000 or more)
  • Welcome bonus offer not available to applicants who have or have had this product.
  • Only possible to get the sign up bonus on American Express personal cards once per lifetime
  • Valid until November 30th, 2016

Our Verdict

This is the highest this bonus goes and has been offered twice already this year, it’s basically the standard increased offer these days. I suspect we will see referral links for this offer shortly, so consider waiting so that you can help out other readers. The other reason you might want to consider waiting is that it’s rumored that American Express will be trying to compete with the Chase Sapphire Reserve, so it’s possible they will launch a new card. This is important to know because you’re limited to two American Express credit cards within 90 days of each other.

The bonus on the Surpass card has also been increased to 100,000 points (also the new standard increased bonus). I’d recommend reading up on these things you should know about American Express cards before applying, it’s also a good idea to read through that post to see if your question is answered before asking in the comments.



12 Responses to American Express Hilton HHonors (No Annual Fee) 75,000 Points Offer Returns

  1. Stephen says:

    If you PC to this card in the past, can you cancel the card and get a sign-up bonus in the future? I have never received the sign-up bonus for it nor directly applied for it.

  2. Max says:

    Approximately how much is 75 000 Hilton points worth? In dollars? In nights at a Hilton?

  3. Pointdude says:

    Is the 100k offer a different product. (http://www.doctorofcredit.com/american-express-hilton-surpass-100000-point-bonus-offer-returns-2/).They are both Amex Hilton Cards but with different names (Surpass and Express). Can anyone confirm? I have the Surpass 100k card and i’m thinking about applying for this one.

  4. William says:

    Is it worth it? I may apply, but I don’t know how much you can do with 75,000 hilton points.

  5. Darv says:

    Both my wife and I were approved for this card. I assume we both can get the bonus. Does anybody know for sure? Once those points are posted, may I transfer them over so they are in one account? Or may I use two accounts when booking to redeem? Anybody have advice? Thanks!

    • Shane says:

      I have a similiar question, but I haven’t applied for the second card yet. In your case, I know that hilton charges for point transfers. You could possibly use the different accounts to book different nights.
      In my case, does anyone know if my wife applies for the card with my hilton account number linked to it will we still get the sign-up bonus?

      Thank!

  6. Harv says:

    I got this card in Oct 2016, and earned aprox 80,000 point bonus, which I held onto for awhile. Recently I redeemed the points for $150 in store gift cards. Just called up to cancel the card. Was handed off to someone in the high value card section. The guy I was then connected to rambled on semi-coherently, and talked like he had a mouth full of taffee. He was not foreign.

    • Harv says:

      Additional info: When I applied, someone from AMEX called me “just to verify that you want the card.” She gushed about how thoroughly wonderful my profile was, and said that the credit line would be $20k “to start”. I called back after a month and had them lower it to $10k.

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