Posted by William Charles on May 22, 2019
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Published on May 22nd, 2019 | by William Charles

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[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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Churnie Els
Churnie Els

Absolute comedy on their part valuing HH at 1cpp

Kevin
Kevin

Hilton has been pushing time shares hard recently. 99.999% of the time shares are money pits. 2 hours of high pressure salesman screaming at you to buy is not worth it for few nights and some points.

JF
JF

I just did one of these in Orlando and had an excellent salesman. I’m pretty sure they handpick the sales reps, because we were there with young children and he constantly talked about his 4 y/o son.

Anyway, he was very professional and good at his job, once I gave him a definite “no thank you” they brought in a closer that sweetened the offer to get us to purchase, but we declined and walked out happy with our free 4 night stay.

JR
JR

I don’t know what TS presentations you’ve actually attended, but I’ve been to quite a few (in fact I own a TS in MX) and have never been subjected to that kind of treatment. Maybe it happens, but I honestly think that’s rare.

Trumpie
Trumpie

My presentation was actually a pleasant experience. The salesman did not show too much passion in persuading us into buying. I was actually expecting more from him so maybe there is something I can learn from these negotiation skills

Trumpie
Trumpie

My package is 3 nights in Vegas for 199 USD plus tax. After attending the presentations, I got 199 USD back, free night certificate of up to 200 USD, 150 USD experience dollar (can be used for shopping and dining).

David
David

Did you just refuse to attend the meeting initially? Just curious how I would go about wrangling for more.

JohnFromATL
JohnFromATL

If you take the deal, you can’t refuse to attend the presentation or they can charge you for the full cost of the stay. The recommendation above about not accepting first offer is a bit misleading. I think DoC is suggesting you negotiate before you purchase the deal, not after. They may very well offer you more than what is listed if they think you are on the fence.

arizonapv
arizonapv

I thought DOC meant that you might be able to get a better promotion offer. One time (not at this timeshare) they offered me a 3-night vacation and when I asked if there was a different offer, they offered cash, which I accepted, so you never know and there might be a different promo. They really want you to take the tour.

Tim
Tim

If they gave you the $199 back then you must have bought a time share. Correct?

JL
JL

I’ve been to one of these last year.
It was stated in the promotion that you would get $199 back along with a certificate for one night in one of the Hilton property portfolio of your choosing (up to $200)

Essentially you pay $199 + tax &resort fee (if applicable) + any special booking fee (such as weekend or last-minute or change fee)
If you attend the presentation, regardless whether you purchase or not, they would give you a rebate of $199 and the certificate I mentioned above.

As long as you can walk out of the presentation without purchasing, it’s a good deal (unless you value 2 hrs more than any monetary value)

JR
JR

+1. And that’s a better promo than this current one IMO.

Dominic
Dominic

Did they tell you they will give your $199 back after the presentation before you book it?

JL
JL

Yes, it was stated in the telemarketer’s disclosure, and in the email that they sent after the call.
The $199 rebate went straight back to the card which was billed initially.

I concur with the OP, when you get calls from these timeshares, which every chain has their own now, never accept the first offer.
There’s always a better offer. Even if you say that you need to think about it and hang up, you’ll get a follow up call soon with a better offer for more nights or less money

RML
RML

Do they pick the hotel for you or do you pick from a list? I’m wondering if they like intentionally put you as far away from Disney as possible…

JG
JG

You pick from a list of properties participating in the offer in the city you are interested in.

Dominic
Dominic

When you purchase the package, they told you they will give your $199 back?

Trumpie
Trumpie

Yes, that’s the package I purchased: 199 back, 200 free night, and 150 experience dollar.

Trumpie
Trumpie

Also, I stayed at the Elara, which was a horrible property. Complained like Trump and received 110,000 hilton points for compensation.

anon
anon

The 20,000 Honors points is only worth about $100(generally about 1/2 a cent per point per many travel bloggers)

Shannon
Shannon

I’ve done this one before. It’s a high pressured sales job. Worst timeshare experience ever!

Jim
Jim

20000 points is worth around $50. Not $199. Most Hilton room that cost around $140 a night cost 50000 points minimum. Anyway don’t do this! This is a total scam and you will be bored

Francisco J Rios
Francisco J Rios

I have a friend who sales these in Vegas and makes good money. Wonder if I can get her to do my presentation.

LC
LC

when does she work and wahts her name? I’d be interested.

elegua
elegua

I’ll be interested in know this as well, i’ll be in LAS soon for work so i can definitely contact her, Thanks

Barkley
Barkley

Can you tell me your friend’s name.. and is she single?

PJ
PJ

I’ve done the Vegas one. I went as a single guy and they had a cute young presenter give me the tour and try to sell me on it. I turned it down of course, wasn’t too bad

Eric
Eric

I am interested in this. Should I just call and ask for a better offer? What are some examples of getting more? How to approach?

Andy
Andy

Personally, I would ask a question that indicates I have some interest, but that the offer is not good enough. Such as calling in and asking, “Is there a way I can get the $199 rate for 4 nights without attending the timeshare presentation?” I haven’t done it with this Hilton offer, but that’s generally how I approach these things.

Mike
Mike

I’ve done this before for IHG and they allowed me to add additional nights for $50 dollars each.

JR
JR

I did something similar with Wyndham late last year and got an add’l 15k points (total 30k) for attending. Got me 2 free nights that I’m using this weekend in AZ in fact.

Bobby Cobby
Bobby Cobby

If you are on the phone with a rep trying to sweeten the deal, have in mind what you’d actually be willing to accept and just hem and haw and say no, and eventually they may get down to where you want to be. ALSO, (this part is important) if you have a particular property in mind that you are hoping to book, get them to VERBALLY confirm that you will 100% be able to book that property for the given dates, based on availability at the time of the phone call. I was talking to a rep and confirmed about 5 different times with them that I could book a certain Hilton in Chicago. After I accepted and paid, I called the number to book, and they said it was unavailable. So, I of course explained that I was explicitly told I would be able to book that property. First, they offered some other crap I didn’t want, and they eventually came back and told me that they had to listen to the recording of the phone call, and based on what they heard in the recording (rep telling me I could book it), they refunded my payment.

PS
PS

i did this last year and it was money waste. They offered me at cheaper rate for orlando ( approx 120 for 4 nights) with same condition however you really need to book early to get those hotels reserved at a date you want . we could not do that and just money down the drain. Also to extend 12 month period i guess they charge some money but doable. i feel it is not much of value as one can get those hilton hotels around 80/day there. These offers generally exclude those expensive hilton resorts at this price. so book it only if can decide in advance about travel date.

Newbie
Newbie

Las vegas or orlando timeshares are not worth it because hotels are so cheap there. Call hilton customer service and after the call they will transfer you to this sales pitch and offer you the Hawaii timeshare for $699.
These timeshare sales people are morally bankrupt, so if you pretend thick skinned and finish off with a big NO then you are WINNER. They will try to kill you with politeness.

dudeious
dudeious

can stack with aspire $250 credit by using at resort.

Nicky L.
Nicky L.

Incorrect, as it is billed by HGV. You can only stack with whatever is billed to the room.

dudeious
dudeious

”by using at resort” was the key here, not pay for timeshare over phone lol

Rob
Rob

It wouldn’t be billed by HGV if you bought something for the credit at the front desk.

LD
LD

They also have the same offer for Myrtle Beach

Barkley
Barkley

This sort of thing they should be paying people in cash to come listen.

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