Last call for the Hilton weekends sale – and other deals ending tomorrow

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Tomorrow is the last day for the Hilton sale, currently running in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.  It is valid for ALL of 2018 but only for weekend stays.

You can see full details on the Hilton website here.

Here are the headline details if you still want to sneak in a booking:

Valid for participating hotels in the UK, Middle East, Africa and Europe

Discounts are up to 25% off ‘Best Available Rate’ and ‘Best Available Rate With Breakfast’ for Hilton Honors members, and up to 20% off for non-members

Bookings are non-changeable and non-refundable (so, let’s be honest, it isn’t a full 25% discount as a non-refundable rate is usually 10% cheaper anyway)

You must book at hilton.com here 

Bookings valid for WEEKEND STAYS at any point between now and the end of 2018

Bookings must be made by 31st January 2018

Given that you can book for the whole of this year, you may be able to lock in a deal for any weddings or other events which you know are coming up.

The photo below is the new-ish Hilton Bournemouth which I reviewed here.

How to earn Hilton Honors points via UK credit cards

As a reminder, there are various ways of earning Hilton Honors points from UK credit cards.  Many cards also have generous sign-up bonuses!

Click here to read our detailed summary of all UK credit cards which earn Hilton Honors points.  That page is regularly updated with the latest special offers and will still be accurate even if you are reading this article months after publication.

And other offers closing tomorrow ….

There are a number of other good deals closing tomorrow.  In particular, don’t forget the Heathrow Rewards transfer bonus and the 13,200 Avios for taking out an Economist subscription.

All these deals end tomorrow night:

Last day to transfer Heathrow Rewards points to miles for a 50%-100% bonus.  Article.

Last day for 13,200 Avios or 11,400 Miles & More miles with an Economist subscription.  Article.

Last day to register for 3000 Virgin miles with a money transfer (complete by 30th April).  Article.

Last day to book with Europcar to get bonus Accor points (complete by 15th June).  Article.

Last day to book with Europcar to get 1,500 Miles & More miles (complete by 31st December).  Article.

(Want to earn more hotel points?  Click here to see our complete list of promotions from the major hotel chains or use the ‘Hotel Promos’ link in the menu bar at the top of the page.)

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Comments

  1. The Economist offer is a very expensive way of buying avios, and more fundamentally bad deal for many UK residents unless they want a print edition. Many can read the magazine, and many other magazines and newspapers, for free anytime on their PCormobile devices via their local library online subscription service. To find details simply search your local authority name + library + RBdigital. Content varies by local authority area.

    • Lady London says:

      Thanks for the tip @JamesB. I’ve known libraries now have digital access to magazines for some time but never gotten round to getting set up. Your post is a good “prod” to do it! 🙂

      • You’re welcome. When I first found out about it I was very surprised with the wide selection available.

  2. Is there ever much in the way of Hilton USA/Canada offers?

    They never seem to catch my eye.

    • IIRC, in recent years there has always been a big Hilton sale for the US launched early in the year. Sadly, nothing this time round – which is presumably symptomatic of them having healthy forward bookings!

  3. Can we expect 100% Heathrow rewards transfer bonus or is 50% the best it will get? I would normally transfer to Virgin, if that makes any difference.

    • If they repeat the 100% voucher offer any transfer bonus is a bad deal so unless you need those miles then better to hold onto the points.

  4. OT, sorry – Can a person hold the Amex Platinum and Gold charge cards simultaneously, or is it one or the other as with the BA cards?
    Thanks.

  5. Isabel Friedlander says:

    I transferred 1000 HR points to BA Avios and did not get a 50% addition. I called and was told it would happen but still nothing!!!

  6. OT/
    How do I refer a friend to a card that I don’t have? Is it possible?
    Currently only have the SPG but I friend wants the BA amex.

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