Posted by William Charles on July 9, 2019
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Published on July 9th, 2019 | by William Charles

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[Expired] Hilton Timeshare Offer – Get 3 Nights In Orlando/Las Vegas + 25k Points For $199

Deal has expired, view more Hilton deals by clicking here.

The Offer

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  • Hilton Grand Vacations (Hilton’s timeshare brand) is offering three nights in Orlando or Las Vegas and 25,000 Hilton points for $199. As part of this deal you need to complete a two hour timeshare presentation and pitch

The Fine Print

  • Must be at least 25 years old
  • Guests must book by July 31, 2019 to enjoy a 5-Day/4-Night stay for $199 plus tax in Orlando, Florida or Las Vegas, Nevada at a participating hotel within the Hilton portfolio of brands (valued up to $169/night).
  • Guests will receive 25,000 Hilton Honors™ Points (valued at $200) if package is purchased by July 31st, 2019.
  • You have up to 12 months from purchase date to travel.
  • Please read complete details of participation. As part of your vacation package, you’ll attend a two-hour Personal Preview and sales presentation of Hilton Grand Vacations, where you’ll learn how you and your family can enjoy the many benefits and privileges of vacation ownership with Hilton Grand Vacations.

Our Verdict

Not as good as the four night + 20k point deal we recently saw. That being said you should never accept the first offer anyway, call the number listed and usually you can get a better offer (just uhm and ahh about the current deal or say you’re interested but your partner doesn’t think it’s worth it). Also don’t attend these presentations if you’re easily convinced.



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wany
wany

The offer I got is $149 but for 15k HH points or a $200 “Spend a Night on Us” Certificate for future stay. Have to book before 7/23

Sam
Sam

Can you just run away after the timeshare presentation? What’s forcing you to stay?

Aaron
Aaron

They charge you the full price of the room if you skip the presentation

Satellite
Satellite

You won’t get the points/nights

Satellite
Satellite

Any “deal” which involves a timeshare presentation is not a deal IMO. I’m going on a vacation to relax not to endure a high pressure sales pitch for hours.

Sarah D
Sarah D

But you endure working your job 40 hours a week to go on the vacation in the first place.. depending on how much your time is worth, might you get a much better return at one of these presentations?

Dee
Dee

I see your point. But personality would probably be a better way to decide to go.
I know some people that would either make the purchase, and other’s that would hold fast, but would leave really fired up by the high pressure sales tactics. – Of course neither should go.
I also know someone (an accountant) that genuinely enjoyed going on the tour. Loves to talk and negotiate. He was even genuinely interested in exploring the option to purchase at some point. He started asking in depth questions about the numbers and costs and the sales tactics ceased. They basically realized he could see through their numbers game and were best to move on to “An easier target.”

Mike Bliley
Mike Bliley

If you’re saving $200 on hotels and getting an additional $200 in points, I think of it like you’re “working” for $200/hour.

Obviously you need to know your own limitations if you’re easily swayed, to avoid taking on an additional expense . . . but as far as just the mere inconvenience of attending, I can’t see many in this community finding that being so “fired up” that it’s not worth the additional value.

Eric
Eric

I attended a presentation last month in Orlando. Wasn’t high pressure at all. Make it clear that you are there for the deal, and not interested in timeshare.

Jason B
Jason B

I booked a Vegas trip back a couple of months ago when it was the 5 day/4 night. It’s promised that it won’t go beyond 2 hours for the presentation. So if you want to give me a 1 bedroom suite with a kitchen on the strip for 4 nights (including weekend days) for 2 lousy hours of my time where I just can say no, nope, not interested, no thanks… Sounds like a deal to me for $200

Jan
Jan

Says offer expired when I click the link

Leonel
Leonel

Offer expire.

William Shropshire

Clicked the link and it said the offer expired.

CJ
CJ

What’s the requirement for AGI typically for Hilton?

Jim
Jim

I got the exact offer. I don’t know how this works. You have to attend 2 hour of meeting but do you have to answer a lot of questions? About your life and finances ? Requires any purchases? Pls let me k is

Jamie
Jamie

No, you don’t have to answer any questions other than to attest you meet a certain income minimum and that your SO is with you if you are in a committed relationship. Other than that, they will try to get you to talk about yourself, but you don’t have to answer any of their questions other than to be polite, if you want. No purchase required other than the $199 (or whatever) up front.

Isaac Moore
Isaac Moore

Language on page:
“THIS OFFER HAS EXPIRED

We’re sorry, but this vacation package is no longer available.”

exilepa
exilepa

Have done this four years in a row now for a cheap hotel in Vegas. This presentation and high pressure sales pitch will last longer than 2 hours, usually about 3-4 hours at minimum. This will be VERY high pressure. The last time we did this back in October 2018, we refused the first 3 offers. The 4th offer seemed to be a fairly descent offer if we had been in the market for this type of timeshare game. You will also be told that this is the only time you will be invited for this offer and sales presentation. I laughed at this as this was our 4th time attending! Even funnier, this past time we had the same presenter as last year in Vegas, she didn’t remember us.

Norman
Norman

I just attended the one in Vegas end of March. They said I wouldn’t be able to get any offers down the line as it was a one-time deal. Then boom, just got the email again for 3-nights + 25K Hilton points for $199. Still have the $200 night-on-us certificate to use before end of September. Thinking of buying the package as $199 for 3 nights in Vegas is a great deal (especially for weekends).

Elias
Elias

I did this. I got to go to orlando for 4 nights in a really nice suite for 2 families, I was given a $200 gift card and a 5 night cruise on royal caribbean also.

JP
JP

Wait, all for $199?

The Man
The Man

No way all that for 199. Did you buy a timeshare?

Francisco
Francisco

I know someone that works for Hilton in Vegas selling timeshares and I sent them this offer. They told me to call and sound kinda interested then go to back out and they throw in free cruises all the time for you to show up. All for the $199.

ps
ps

I got this last year for 111 for 4 nights. No points back though. I ended up wasting it as I could not go in 12 months and they extended 3 months as courtesy . When I inquired about hotel and rooms finally for Orlando, nothing was available . So you have to book well in advance it seems. Finally I just gave up and booked another Hilton through points.

Ricardo Costa
Ricardo Costa

I attended one in Orlando a few months ago at Holiday Inn. Geez, I had 4 people coming trying to convince me. I am not easily convinced but all of that insistence made me regret for being there for a $149 deal. I left that place exhausted. Honestly, not worth my time and my piece of mind.

Rick
Rick

How does it work after two hours and you get up to leave? You’ve met their requirements but what if they say something like “you have to stay till we are finished or you don’t get any benefits”? Just wondering who the authority would be, Hilton? States Attorney?

Tim
Tim

I have never been to one of these presentations. How many people are usually in attendance? Ten? 100? Also, how many sales people are there? One?

Jamie
Jamie

It varies. Usually 10-20 victims. One sales person per couple. Then there’s one or two second level people who will try to turn a no into a yes.

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