For some people – but not many – this may be more attractive than the main Hilton Honors ‘2000 bonus points per night’ promotion. I outlined the ‘2k Every Day’ deal in this article.
It is valid for stays until 30th April.
If you choose to register for this offer, you will receive:
double Avios on your second stay
triple Avios on your third stay
quadruple Avios on your fourth and subsequent stays
You should compare this with:
2,000 bonus Hilton points for every night
which is the alternative offer.
As a reminder of the earning rates:
If you choose points, you earn 10 base points and 5 Hilton Honors bonus points per $1 spent
If you choose miles, you earn 10 base points and 1 British Airways Avios per $1 spent
There is no easy answer to which offer is better. It depends on how much you are spending and how many stays you will do.
However …. I would value 2,000 bonus Hilton points at £6 – £7. You also need to factor in the value of the extra 5 Hilton points per £1 under the ‘points’ option.
I would value an Avios point, for the purposes of this example, at 1p. For most people, you would struggle to get more than £6 per night of value from ‘up to quadruple Avios’.
It only makes sense if you are doing lots of stays this Spring (so you will hit the ‘quadruple Avios’ level quickly) and those stays are of high value per night (to outweigh the value of the flat 2,000 bonus points under the alternative option).
There are two other problems with this offer:
There is a list of non-participating hotels, but the link to the list is dead. The main ‘2,000 bonus points per night’ Hilton promo has NO non-participating hotels.
In theory, bookings under ‘quadruple Avios’ must be booked via www.honors.com/BAQ12017 – but that URL just loops back to the promo home page. I don’t believe this is actually true – it is only mentioned in the small print, not in the main text, and the small print also says that you can book by telephone too.
Unless you are desperate for every single Avios you can hoover up, 95% of HFP readers will get more value from the main ‘2,000 bonus points per night’ Hilton promotion this Spring.
There is also the possibility that Iberia – which has a better Avios earning rate with Hilton than British Airways Executive Club – launches its own Avios promotion. This is likely to be more generous than this BA offer.
That said, nothing stops you registering for both offers and switching your account from ‘points’ to ‘miles’ for each stay. The registration page for ‘up to quadruple Avios’ is here.
(PS. The photo shows the impressive 33-room Gran Hotel Montesol in Ibiza which we reviewed here.)
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