Back in October, I received an email from American Express offering a free weekend night certificate at most Hilton properties worldwide. In order to earn the certificate, I simply needed to spend $1K on my Hilton Honors™ Card from American Express by 12/15/16. Granted this is a card with no annual fee that normally sits in my drawer, but I was willing to break it out for this promotion.
AmEx and Hilton were on their game as the certificate arrived less than 5 days after the promotion end date. Even better, there are actually very few properties excluded.
To be eligible for this special offer, you must be the Basic Card Member on the offer communication, and you must enroll and spend $1,000 between now and 12/15/2016. You must log on to americanexpress.com/hiltonfreenight using your americanexpress.com user ID and password, and enroll your Hilton HHonors™ American Express Card identified atamericanexpress.com/hiltonfreenight.
After enrolling the Card, you can earn a Free Weekend Night Certificate from Hilton HHonors™ when you spend $1,000 in purchases on your Hilton HHonors™ Card from American Express during the promotion period. Purchases to meet the spend requirement of this offer do NOT include fees or interest charges, balance transfers, cash advances, purchase of travelers checks, purchase or reloading of prepaid cards, or other cash equivalents. Additional Card Members on your account are not eligible for this offer. To receive the Free Weekend Night Certificate, your account must not be cancelled or in default at the time of fulfillment. American Express reserves the right to modify or revoke offer at any time. If the HHonors member does not receive the Free Weekend Night Certificate email within 6-8 weeks after the promotion period ends, the Member should check his/her HHonors account by logging into their profile or by calling 1-800-548-8690.
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