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Best Hilton Reserve Offer – 2 Free Nights And $100 Hilton Credit

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Written by Charlie

Advertiser Disclosure

The Hilton Reserve is the top tier Hilton credit card (and there are a lot of Hilton credit cards!) and offers something that all the other Hilton credit cards do not offer – free nights (weekend nights) over points. With the highest category Hilton hotels costing a staggering 95,000 points during peak season, this card is like getting 180,000 on a regular Hilton point card offer.

Hilton Reserve Offer

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Here are the details on the standard offer of the card:

  • 2 free weekend nights after spending $2,500 in 4 months
  • Annual fee (not waived the first year) is $95
  • Instant Hilton Gold for as long as you have the HHonors Reserve card
  • Diamond status (top tier) after spending $40,000 in annual spending
  • No foreign transaction fee
  • 1 free weekend night each year after spending $10,000 in a year
  • 10 points per $1 for Hilton spend, 5 points per $1 for airfare and car rental, 3 points per $1 for all other spending

The $100 Credit

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In addition to those standard details, we also have the special part of this offer – $100 statement credit after spending $100 or more at a Hilton hotel in the first 90 days! That basically gives you almost another night free (if not a complete free night) depending on the price of the hotel. That is a fantastic offer and certainly better than the standard 2 free weekend night deal.

This offer appears for customers who are trying to book a Hilton hotel so it is trying to persuade those customers to get the card as part of their checkout process. It is a great offer, if you are already getting this card, since you are getting a free $100 for spending at Hilton hotels.

This is the application page for this offer, but it does not mention the statement credit on it. You should get it since it came right from the landing page. But, if you want to be safe, go through the booking process (you will not have to reserve a room to get the offer) and follow the clicks there.

The Other Citi Hilton Card

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One of the other Hilton cards is also offered by Citi and is a no-fee card with a 50,000 point bonus. Also available on the checkout page is a similar offer for the 50,000 points plus a $50 statement credit when you spend $50 or more at a Hilton hotel. Again, this is a solid offer if you are looking for a Hilton card, especially because there is no annual fee. This offer is earned after spending $1,000 in the first 90 days.

This is the application page for this offer, but it does not mention the statement credit on it. You should get it since it came right from the landing page. But, if you want to be safe, go through the booking process (you will not have to reserve a room to get the offer) and follow the clicks there. This offer only appears when you click on the link for the Citi Hilton Reserve during the room reservation. Once there, you can select the Citi Hilton Visa Signature card

Summary

Both of these offers are better than the standard offers since you are getting a $100 statement credit after spending $100 at a Hilton. Even if you do not have Hilton stays planned right now, you can go ahead and get this offer on the off chance you do. Also, you may be able to trigger the credit buy charging hotel meals to your room or some other services (I do not know this for sure – throwing out a possibility).

To get either offer, you can use the links above, or make your own booking (without reserving a room) to get the offer.

Editorial Note - Opinions expressed here are author's alone, not those of any bank, credit card issuer, hotel, airline, or other entity. This content has not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of the entities included within the post.

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About the author

Charlie

Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

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