Posted by William Charles on August 21, 2019
Hotel Booking

Published on August 21st, 2019 | by William Charles

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Hilton Timeshare Offer – Get 3/2 Nights In Orlando/Las Vegas or New York City + 50k Points For $199/$299

The Offer

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  • Hilton Grand Vacations (Hilton’s timeshare brand) is offering three nights in Orlando or Las Vegas and 50,000 Hilton points for $199. You can also get two nights in New York City + 50,000 points for $299.  As part of this deal you need to complete a two hour timeshare presentation and pitch

Our Verdict

We’ve seen similar deals for four nights + 20k points or three nights + 25k points. It’s never a good idea to accept the offer listed as you can almost always get more from it. Call the number listed and you should be able to get something better (if you call and say you’re interested but say your partner isn’t sure it’s worth doing). It’s not worth doing these presentations if you’re easily convinced, remember that almost nobody goes into a timeshare presentation thinking they want to buy a timeshare.

Hat tip to CHUNKNORRlS



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Wade
Wade

What are the available hotels in NYC?

Electroman
Electroman

3 Days / 2 nights in NYC; 4/3 for the other destinations.

Roenz Aberin
Roenz Aberin

I got a 4 day version with 15k pts and a Caribbean cruise for $399

Sam
Sam

anybody have any success getting these presentation promos if they dont have a partner? can we lie and say we have a partner but then show up without one?

ivanka
ivanka

I went to the presentation with my cousin last time. They didn’t check his ID.

Roenz Aberin
Roenz Aberin

I don’t have a partner, but i got an email for it. All i have is hilton account with gold status.

ivanka
ivanka

In addition to the listed offer, you should also get 199 USD back after attending the presentation. All you will pay is tax.

mike prince
mike prince

How do you get $199 back if that’s not shown as part of the offer?

Ed
Ed

I stayed at Vegas last month and was told that the only way to get money back is to receive credit toward future stay at Hilton for this amount. Have they lied?

SM
SM

Noooooo! I booked hilton timeshare last month for las vegas 3 nights 25K HH points offer, staying later this year. Now I see a better 50k HH points offer with the same destination and nights….. Are people who booked the previous offers last month can’t match to the newer/better offer? 🙁

ReverendK
ReverendK

Try calling them and asking to cancel the package because you don’t think it represents a good value. Mention that someone you know got a better deal. They might throw in some extras for you.

N
N

For the Vegas offer, is resort fee included in the cost or is that additional?

ReverendK
ReverendK

They actually have a few different offers on the table.

* 4d/3n in New York + 100 000 points for $749 + tax
* 6d/5n in Honolulu or Waikoloa + 100 000 points for $999 + tax

https://www.hiltongrandvacations.com/offers/hilton/honors/multi/0519/nyhi/index.html?sourceCode=2375&cid=OM,MB,MO1804_55a31.18a65.fffffffffe4da578.7e3f7158_All,MULTIPR,Interact,Multipage,SingleLink#

After 2 calls and 1,5 hrs total on the phone, further options discovered:

* 4d/3n in Myrtle Beach, SC + 25 000 points for $199 + tax
* 6d/5n in Waikoloa + 20 000 points + $200 Spend a Night On Us certificate + $250 Grand Experience certificate + 6d car rental for $915 (tax in)
* 6d/5n in Waikiki + 20 000 points + $200 Spend a Night On Us certificate + $250 Grand Experience certificate for $803 (tax in)

I was also able to purchase the Myrtle Beach package for $199 + tax with option to upgrade to any Hawaii package above within 21 months, price difference payable at time of dates booking.

William Charles, worth adding this info to the post?

Phill
Phill

nope

Phill
Phill

I was offered a $199 3day/4night (within 12 months) in Orlando with an UP TO $200 rebate (based on pricing) on my next booking (within 6 months after $199 booking stay) and 10k hilton points…..she wouldn’t let me get off the phone…I told her the only way I would do it is if the $200 rebate never expired. #dealbreaker. lol

DDG
Rupert Pupkin
Rupert Pupkin

This is what I just got offered (and bought):
3/2 NY
Local swap option (can change to another location and get difference refunded or pay extra Orlando/LV/Hawaii)
Waived weekend fee ($100 extra apparently if you check-in on Fri/Sat Idk if this is just a sales pitch)
upgrade to suite (Idk if this is just a sales pitch)
waived resort fee (Idk if this is just a sales pitch)
70k points
15 months to book

$343

veeRob

What hotel did you get in NYC?

chris
chris

damn, had the $199 in Orlando but it was for 4 nights/5 days and 25K hilton points

windywinter

I was able to get $199 for 4 nights/5 days + 25k hilton + $100 theme park credit + resort fee waived + swapable to other location, but there’s an additional $199 for christmas season so I let it pass.

Staradmiral
Staradmiral

What about people travelling with children? would a toddler even be allowed in the presentation?

PACMAN
PACMAN

What about an infant? Anyone with experience care to offer feedback?

carl
carl

I’ve taken both a baby and toddler on these presentations, both were allowed and make for a great excuse to leave when they start acting up haha

chris
chris

thanks for the question and replies. Good to know we always went solo, this is first time with kids

Brandon
Brandon

Anyone ever go through one of these presentations? Is it the standard double the time they tell you it will be? High pressure sales/guilt? “Why would you come to a sales presentation if you weren’t going to buy?”

chris
chris

Went to a Sheratan fall 2018. Main person we had was ok, the other two people, customer service people, and someone else I forget title where more high pressure. They could not understand why we would say no to their other offers of a bouncback offers (which was like $2K for 5 nights at a hotel, not a deal). We did our homework and the three people was exactly like others had said so it was nice to know what was coming. As to value, totally worth it. Paid like ~250 for 4 nights in a 1 bedroom condo with full kitchen + got a $100 GC .

Joe
Joe

Anybody know the hotel options in Vegas and if you have to pay resort fees?

mo
mo

Yas, i’d like to know the answer to this also?

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