The Hilton Surpass welcome bonus is 130,000 points for spending $2,000 in the first 3 months. Hilton Honors points are worth roughly half a cent each toward future hotel stays, so the bonus isn’t quite as huge as it initially seems. But it’s still on the higher end of the travel card bonuses on the market, at least for a card with an annual fee of $0 intro 1st yr, $95 after.
You should note that the Hilton Surpass welcome bonus isn’t the only bonus the card comes with. If you spend $15,000 on the card in any calendar year, you’ll get a free Weekend Night Reward. Plus, you get free Hilton Honors Gold status just for having the card, and spending $40,000 in a calendar year will get you an upgrade to Diamond status, which gives you access to all of the hotel’s most elite perks. The Surpass card also offers bonus rewards on Hilton stays, dining, groceries and gas.
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