Hilton Timeshare Offer – Get 4 Nights + 125k Points For $599

The Offer

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  • Hilton Grand Vacations (Hilton’s timeshare brand) is offering discount rates and points.  As part of this deal you need to complete a two hour timeshare presentation and pitch. All locations are $599 for four nights + 125,000 points.
    • Hawaii
    • Los Cabos

Our Verdict

Different to the other deal that is three nights + 100k points for $149. You can normally get a better deal than publicly listed by calling in, might not be possible to get a better deal than this though as it’s already an increased offer. You can see what additional offers people have gotten before here.

As with all timeshare offers, don’t do this if you’re easily convinced/not good at saying no.

Hat tip to FM

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Dennis
Dennis

Bought the Waikoloa package and called to redeem it, was told there are currently no dates available at all. What a joke. Was told to call back in a month or so and maybe I would have better luck. Was able to cancel for a refund.

Jay
Jay

That’s really outrageous, I also bought the same location, but haven’t got a chance calling. I have already spent a lot of time researching the trip, looks like it’s a total waste. I don’t havea free opening time slots during the year, I will call in a day or two, most likely will get the same result as you. BTW, is it easy to cancel? Any charges might be? Thanks.

Dennis
Dennis

Spent a bit of time on hold because she had to get it approved but other than that no problems. No charges.

Jay
Jay

Thanks for the info.

Ethan
Ethan

Which # did you call for cancellation? I did the cheaper package of $149 last week but just noticed my credit card got an extra charge of more than $220. Very tired of these people and would like to cancel

Jay
Jay

Mine is $599, but with taxes and fees for a total of over $700.

Ethan
Ethan

Update – I called 407-393-1616 since that’s where I got a text message with a confirmation # (BTW, I never received any email confirmation as they promised). The agent said the extra $222 was for an upgrade to 1-bedroom since the regular room is not available, but I was totally unaware of this upgrade/extra charge thing. So I asked to cancel the package but she said it’s non-refundable! This is shocking to me – any one have experience on how to deal with this? So frustrated.

The Jackal
The Jackal

I don’t mind sitting through a presentation and saying no to pushy salespeople. I’d probably want to go to the Cabo site.

Two questions:

1) What’s the food situation? I assume the on-site restaurant isn’t free. What are the prices? Are there cheap dining options nearby?

2) I have two kids, currently aged 7 and 5. Is there somewhere I can send them while we go to the 2 hour presentation, or would we have to take them to the presentation?

Tom
Tom

do you have to bring your spouse to the pitch?

paul
paul

So, it appears randomly these packages aren’t available to residents of certain states. WA/ID failed so far. IL works.

CurlyBill
CurlyBill

I signed up for the four days/three nights $149/Vegas + 100k HH Points offer. First time doing this.

After purchase, I called to check for availability one particular weekend about three months out.
The rep was very nice but said that weekend is booked.
I said I would call back when I had more dates and hung up.

I immediately called back and got a different rep.
I asked for the same weekend as before and was told it IS available and in addition (without me asking for any sweetener) I was offered an additional night free.

So I got five days/four nights for $149 (+tax) and 100k HH points.

Note: for Vegas there is an extra $99 (+tax) fee for a Friday or Saturday check in.

Ren
Ren

Sounds like torture.
I’m from NYC and have been saying “No” to people all my life pretty easily. A lot of “Get the F outta my way, buddy”, too.
I would never stress out my vacation and do something like this.

Mr. Seg
Mr. Seg

Good for you

logmeingn
logmeingn

Dumb Question : Are you supposed to attend these sessions while you are on vacation?

Tony
Tony

Yes

Vanson
Vanson

Yes. That’s the trade-off for the discounted rate. If you don’t attend a session, they’ll charge you the full price.

logmeingn

chino
chino

you must be a millennial

Beltway
Beltway

As I pointed out in one of the parallel threads, it’s wise to ask about the “holiday, high season or weekend rates” before you put money down.

logmeingn
logmeingn

Never done these before.
If I were to do this, can I go alone or should I go with spouse?
Do I give my primary phone number or another alternative GoogleVoice number (which usually go to voicemail)?

George
George

Only Cabos for me 🙁

Thomas J.
Thomas J.

Pass on this. I went to one and they were constantly hounding you to buy a timeshare.

Zoon
Zoon

That’s literally the point of this. Why else would they give you this deal?

FYI all – I did the Hawaii one earlier this year. They looked at everyone waiting to meet with a sales rep and must have decided I was the least likely to buy…they told me they were overbooked and I didn’t have to attend and I still got all the perks.

wilsonhammer
wilsonhammer

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