[Expired] Hilton Timeshare Offer – Get 4 Nights In Orlando/Las Vegas + 20k Points For $199

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The Offer

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  • Hilton Grand Vacations (Hilton’s timeshare brand) is offering four nights in Orlando or Las Vegas and 20,000 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 May 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 20,000 Hilton Honors™ Points (valued at $200) if package is purchased by May 29, 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

When it comes to timeshare offers like this, my recommendations are always as follows:

  • Do not attend these presentations if you are easily convinced. Very few people go into one of these presentations actually wanting to purchase a timeshare, so if you can’t say no then just avoid these deals entirely.
  • Do not accept the first offer. Usually the first offer will be something like the above offer, but they will offer you more just to attend the timeshare. There is a number if you have any questions, if you have any interest in doing this offer I’d recommend calling and asking for a better deal.

Hat tip to TravelingNinjas

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Gadget 🕵️

Just did this early July. Signed up May 31st. It was $199 + 20k, 4 nights Orlando. They do add tax to the $199… which ended up being $223.88 charge to the card. Another $337 was charged, but fell off, I assume the full price they charge if you flake out of going to do the sales presentation. I was signing up on the last day of the promo, otherwise would have haggled for some more points, another night, or better price. Also, I was making my reservation at the same time as signing up, which I didn’t think they would allow, but the salesman got the reservations people to give me my choice(s). I didn’t want to run into a situation where the dates I would be requesting would be filled after paying the money. My other half has very specific dates when she can go on vacay, so it had to match. So, because I was only looking about 6 weeks out in the middle of summer, I only had one choice for a hotel. Embassy Suites 8100 Lake St. In my case, I was absolutely fine with that because I had researched that hotel the year prior and knew it was decent. In hind sight, I would stay there again. It’s not super nice by any stretch, but we had a good time. Free well drinks & snacks 5-7P. Free breakfast. In hotel restaurant food was good, and could walk down to pick it up to avoid a room service fee/tip. This was my first time doing one of these presentations. They say they pump 180 families thru a day just at Orlando. I believe it. It’s quite a workforce they have doing just timeshare presentations. Rows and rows of cubicles. My complaints: The two hour presentation takes around/over 3 hours. You are supposed to enjoy some snacks and beverages at first, so a good 30 mins is wasted just getting into the presentation room. After about a 30 minute meeting, intro, video, you go on a walk to see the property/rooms at Parc Soleil. Then you sit at a desk and they explain the details of ownership in detail. Of course, price is the very last thing discussed. A separate money man comes in to talk numbers. From there, be ready for some high pressure sales tactics, mostly on ownership and the offering of mega-points for… Read more »

Raylan
Raylan

Doc – this is back. Sort of. Got an email this morning for $199, 3 nt and 25k HH.

vince
vince

Is there a way to be included in emails from hilton for timeshare presentations? These destinations aren’t htat great but I wouldn’t mind being included on future ones.

Emily
Emily

A range of emotions here…This is not about HH but we bought into a Monarch Grand Vacations more than 10 years ago for enough points for one week for every other year over 10+ home properties. I just wanted to share my experience so others would be able to avoid from making the same mistakes. Many timeshares are not scam and neither was ours. The problem is that there is no way for anyone to be informed of every little detail about the system just from sitting in a half day presentation.

If you are flexible with time and money, then do it. We lived in fear, to say the least, as they kept raising the fees (HOA, membership fees, exchange fee, etc.) each time we opened the bill and we had no choice but to pay. We had two memberships to pay, one for our own timeshare company and another for the exchange company so we could travel outside the country. I am a big planner but because of my job, I could only travel during certain months, which meant we had no choice but to accept the property that they offered. We loved our Spain trip but not so much the property (the whole shower curtain fell while taking a shower, no hot water at times…). We could have booked somewhere nicer on our own for the money we had paid in for two years. Oh, you could be waiting, of course, until the last minute to get a property confirmed, so forget about getting a discount on a plane ticket.

If you think your travel needs wouldn’t change, then do it. Think about where and how you want to travel now, for the next 10 years, and after you retire. The places we visited 10 years ago are not necessarily the same places we want to go or will want to go in the future. Our needs change as our lives change. We tried to exchange our points for the historical cities in Europe, but they were NEVER available during the months we could go.

In the end, we paid $3K to sell our timeshare on top of what we had already paid. I just wanted to take my time to inform others because I can truly say that timeshares are not for everyone.

Eric
Eric

Wow. Thank you. I just said a few firm “no”s to the salesmen today in orlando hilton las palmeras. The place is impressive, but the whole idea of buying timeshare already sounded crazy, now with the points you made: thank god I said no.

austin
austin

how often do deals like this come up? how do i find more deals like this?

Lydsters
Lydsters

Just called in, after a bit I was offered 25K points and an additional 10K if I completed my travel before the end of August 2019. I said I would have to talk more to my SO and we ended the call. Gunna see if they call me back offering more; I already plan on taking it but want to see how high they will go.

Eric
Eric

Just called to ask for $200 rebate instead of points.
Their best offer at the end of a 20 minutes call was 35k honors points.
They couldn’t offer cash at all.

Pass.

Jelena
Jelena

I have this exact offer but for $149

Nicky L.
Nicky L.

I’m still here on my 4 day/3 night stay at Orlando, just attended the presentation today at Parc Soleil, the reps name was Bill and frankly he was rather nice about it. My wife and I brought 2 young children with us and the presentation was well presented and smooth. Sounded good on paper. When I said no about 1.5 hours into the presentation (not including the time my kids spent eating hotdogs, chips and beverages prior to the presentation.

Nicky L.
Nicky L.

I could have probably gotten out of it much earlier, but felt awkward, when I did mention I would not be buying, he did ask if I was sure and that he wish he asked if I wanted to buy sooner, his attitude swayed slightly, but he still smiled and told me he would help me get checked out.

Nicky L.
Nicky L.

There was another that did try to pitch me a 8 day, 7 night stay in Hawaii for $1,695 within 18 months. Not sure if a presentation was mandatory for that.

I politely declined and went on my way:

4 days, 3 nights for $149+tax/fees and $100 spend a night on us which I’m using tomorrow night and 15,000 HH points.

Justin
Justin

What hotel did you end up with? I’d be interested in doing Universal, and want the one in walking distance to it. Not sure how good the specific hotel availability is.

Nicky L.
Nicky L.

I ended up at the Hilton Orlando which is close to Universal. I wanted the Hilton Bonnet Creek since the main attraction for my trip is WDW. I was approached this morning at the lobby: 5day4night for $299 and get 75K HH points, Hawaii same offer but $699.

dudeious
dudeious

was the $299 for another orlando property?

Pahahin
Pahahin

I went through the Hilton timeshare offer earlier this year and it ended up being 3 hours. There were at least 3 round of offers. I was happy to decline all offers. Also received a $199 rebate at the end towards a future Hilton night. Emphasis on a night and not stay. I would think that the current offer of 20k points is instead of the $199 rebate. I had kids and with exception to the second closer, the sales person wasn’t too bad,.