While this is not the best offer ever on this card, the no-fee Amex Hilton card is back up with another increased bonus –
60,000 edit: now 75,000! Hilton points. Plus, find out how you can get another version of the card with 50,000 points and $50 statement credit.
No-Fee Amex Hilton Card with
60,000 75,000 Points
No-fee cards are a great way to let your account history age without it costing you anything while also giving you a card that carries some basic perks. The Amex Hilton card does not carry Gold status but it does give you Silver (better than nothing) and the ability to earn Gold status through spending (better to just get the Hilton Surpass card). But, this card does give you 60,000 points so it is worth a look if you are in the market for getting Hilton points now.
Link: No-Fee Amex Hilton Card with 75,000 Points (updated with a new 75,000 offer link)
No-Fee Amex Hilton Card Details
- Earn 75,000 points after spending $1,000 in 3 months
- Earn 7 Hilton HHonors Bonus Points for each dollar of eligible purchases charged directly with a participating hotel or resort within the Hilton HHonors portfolio of brands
- Earn 5 Hilton HHonors Bonus Points for each dollar of eligible purchases at U.S. restaurants, at U.S. supermarkets, and at U.S. gas stations
- Earn 3 Hilton HHonors Bonus Points for all other eligible purchases on your Card
- Enjoy complimentary Hilton HHonors Silver status with your Card.
- Earn Hilton HHonors Gold when you spend $20,000 in a calendar year on this card.
- Annual Membership Fee: $0
- Expires 3/31/2017
- You cannot get this bonus if you have ever had this card before.
Another Offer – 50,000 Points & $50
While the normal public offer is only 50,000 points, you can get $50 on top of that by just taking a couple of extra steps. To get this offer, you simply head over to hilton.com and start to make a reservation. You do not have to reserve anything at all but when you get to the checkout page, you will see a card offer on the lower right for 50,000 points and $50.
With the upcoming changes to the Hilton program, I would probably go for the offer of 50,000 points and $50, if I were going to apply for one of these offers today. Even without the changes, trading $50 for 10,000 points is not that bad of a deal at all.
Of course, unless you are in a hurry, I would just wait until a better offer comes out on this no-fee Amex Hilton card since it is once per lifetime on receiving the bonus.