The Hilton Honors Surpass Card welcome bonus is 130,000 points for spending $2,000 in the first 3 months.
However, it is worth noting that the Hilton Honors Surpass Card welcome bonus is not available to current or former cardholders. Also, the Hilton Honors Surpass Card has an annual fee of $0 intro 1st yr, $95 after and it requires good credit for approval.
Here are the Hilton Honors Surpass Card bonus details:
- Welcome bonus: Earn 130,000 points for spending $2,000 in the first 3 months of card membership.
- Eligibility: The bonus offer is open only to new applicants who’ve never had the Hilton Honors Surpass Card.
- When bonus points post: 8 to 12 weeks after the spending requirement has been met.
- Redemption options: Points are redeemable toward Hilton reservations, travel purchases such as airfare or car rentals, shopping, dining purchases, and more.
- Point value: Slightly 0.58 cents each. You’ll get the most value if you redeem points for free nights at Hilton properties. Points cannot be redeemed for cash or statement credits.
- Expiration: Unredeemed rewards expire after 15 months of account inactivity (i.e. no making purchases or redeeming points).
- Payments that don’t count toward the sign-up bonus: Fees, interest, balance transfers, prepaid cards, gift cards, or other cash equivalents.
The Hilton Honors Surpass Card welcome bonus is just one of the card’s attractive features. It also offers 12 points per $1 spent with Hilton, 6 points per $1 at U.S. restaurants, U.S. supermarkets and U.S. gas stations, and 3 per $1 points on all other purchases.
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