My 500 free Hilton points have posted

Last month I did this post about 2 ways to get 500 free Hilton points.

500 points posted yesterday. I believe these are from the Doubletree promotion mentioned in that post.

The promotion still seems to be running, so it presumably hasn’t hit the cap of 40,000 participants yet. Still time to jump in if you want some free Hilton HHonors points.

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Comments

  1. I’m a regular Topguest user and have been quite successful with IHG (Will achieve Gold on Monday) and Best Western rewards (while that still worked). Although I’d signed up for the Hilton DoubleTree programme., I haven’t ever been in the vicinity of a DoubleTree property…plenty of Hiltons, but no DoubleTrees.

    I’d just stayed in the delightful Hilton Newbury North when my 500 points came through, so I thought my HHonors stay had triggered the bonus as the way of a reminder, but from the activity on FlyerTalk, it looks like everyone’s 500 bonus points all posted on the same day.

    Thanks Raffles for all of the free points…..

    ….he says, leaving to do another week’s worth of Le Club Accor quizes.

  2. Got mine credited too

  3. A quick question if I can

    I have received my free night certificate from hhonors from their credit card

    From those people who have stayed before; Do you know if the room rate includes breakfast?

    Thanks

  4. Lady London says:

    The Doubletree link tossed me out just after I entered my HH number and clicked facebook. It may be restricted now to US residents?