You can earn the Hilton Honors Surpass Card free night reward after spending $15,000 on purchases in a calendar year with your card.
Here’s more info about the Hilton Honors Surpass Card free night reward:
The free night reward will be sent via email in the form of a redeemable code within 8 to 12 weeks after meeting the spending requirement.
The free night reward issued through December 31, 2022 can be redeemed any night of the week.
The reward includes a double-occupancy room, plus taxes and fees. Incidental charges are excluded.
Some Hilton properties are excluded from the free night reward benefit.
The reward will expire a year after it’s issued.
To redeem a Hilton Honors Surpass Card free night reward, call (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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Hilton credit card free night certificates are good for a free weekend night stay in a double-occupancy room, including taxes, at nearly 6,000 Hilton properties. The Hilton Aspire, Hilton Surpass, and Hilton Business credit cards all give free night certificates. Certificates are valid for one year from the date they’re earned and can only be used for weekend stays. Normally, at least. To accommodate customers whose travel plans have been affected by COVID-19, Hilton credit card free night certificates earned March 11-April 30, 2020 are valid through August 31, 2021, and certificates issued May 1-December 31, 2020 are valid for 24 months from the date they’re issued. They can also be used on any weeknight.… read full answer
The criteria for earning free night certificates vary. The Aspire card, for example, gets you a free night certificate upon account opening and every year that the card is renewed. You’ll receive a second free night when spending $60,000 on the card in a calendar year. All eligible Hilton credit cards will award you at least one free night certificate after you spend a specific amount every year. You’ll receive an e-mail with your free night rewards number and booking instructions within 8-12 weeks after you qualify.
To redeem your Hilton credit card free night certificate, you’ll need to visit the Hilton website and search for Hilton hotels with “Standard Room Reward” listed in the results. You cannot redeem the free night certificate online, so once you’ve found an available room, you’ll need to call Hilton customer service at 1 (800) 446-6677 to apply the free night toward your stay.
The benefits the Hilton Honors Surpass Card has include complimentary Gold status in the Hilton Honors loyalty program, 10 free visits to Priority Pass airport lounges annually, and rental car insurance. Cardholders also get special deals on event ticket presales and preferred seating through Amex Experiences. New Hilton Honors Surpass Card holders also benefit from 130,000 points for spending $2,000 in the first 3 months. The card’s annual fee is $0 intro 1st yr, $95 after.… read full answer
Some of the best Hilton Honors Surpass Card benefits:
Earn 130,000 Hilton Honors Bonus Points after you use your new Card to make $2,000 in purchases within the first 3 months.
Earn a Weekend Night Reward from Hilton Honors after you spend $15,000 on purchases on your Card in a calendar year.
Earn 12X Hilton Honors Bonus Points for each dollar of eligible purchases charged on your Card directly with a hotel or resort within the Hilton portfolio.
Earn 6X Hilton Honors Bonus Points for each dollar of eligible purchases on your Card at U.S. restaurants, including takeout and delivery, U.S. supermarkets, and U.S. gas stations.
Earn 3X Hilton Honors Bonus Points for all other eligible purchases on your Card.
Spend $40,000 on eligible purchases on your Card in a calendar year and you can earn Hilton Honors Diamond status through the end of the next calendar year.
It is worth noting that, without the help of a credit card like the Hilton Honors Surpass Card, Hilton Honors Gold status takes 28 nights or 14 stays at Hilton hotels to earn (or 25,500 base points). Gold status gives added value to Hilton stays with free continental breakfast, room upgrades, and 80% bonus points on stays.
Those who enjoy climbing the ladder of hotel loyalty program status tiers will find a good head-start with the Hilton Honors Surpass Card - especially big spenders. You can learn more about Hilton Honors Tiers and the benefits they offer by visiting the Hilton Honors website.
The Hilton credit cards with 2 free nights are the Hilton Honors Aspire card and the Hilton Honors Business card. The Hilton Aspire card awards a free night certificate every year the account is open – one upon opening the account, and another each year the card is renewed. Cardholders can earn yet another free night by spending $60,000 on the Aspire card during any calendar year.… read full answer
The 2 free nights benefit works a little differently for the Hilton Business card, as there’s no first free night upon account opening. To get the first free night, cardholders will need to spend $15,000 in a calendar year. The second free night requires an additional $45,000 in purchases ($60,000 total) in the same year.
Free night certificates are e-mailed to qualified cardholders as a redeemable rewards code within 8-14 weeks after becoming eligible. To redeem your free nights, call 1 (800) 446-6677 and mention the codes included in your rewards e-mails.
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