You can earn the Hilton Surpass free night reward by spending $15,000 in eligible purchases on the Hilton Surpass credit card in a calendar year. The benefit is technically called the Hilton Free Weekend Night Reward, which means it must be redeemed for a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday-night stay. The reward itself is sent as a redeemable code via email, 8-12 weeks after you meet the spending requirement.
You’ll be charged for any incidentals, but a Hilton Free Weekend Night Reward includes all taxes and fees for a double-occupancy room, in addition to the cost of the room itself. There are some Hilton properties that are excluded from this award, however, so make sure to review the list before making your plans. Also, keep in mind that Hilton’s Free Weekend Night Reward will expire a year after it’s issued to you, so it must be redeemed before the expiration date.
To redeem a Hilton Surpass free weekend night, call 1-800-446-6677 and give the representative your free night code. You can combine this reward with other Hilton promotions, including other free night awards and stays paid for with points.
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