The Hilton Honors Aspire Credit Card gives you Hilton Diamond status automatically, just for owning the card. Diamond status provides a host of perks whenever you stay at any Hilton property.
Here’s what the Hilton Diamond Status gives you:
With Diamond Status, you get a 100% bonus on all points earned for stays, access to the hotel’s Executive lounge, guaranteed room availability with 48 hours’ notice, and free premium Wi-Fi. You’ll also get all the benefits available to lower status levels, such as two complimentary bottles of water, free continental breakfast, a fifth free night on reward stays and more. You will maintain this status as long as your credit card account remains open. While this is a great perk, keep in mind that the Hilton Honors Aspire Credit Card comes with a $450 annual fee.
Other credit cards that give you Hilton Diamond Status:
There are two other credit cards that give Hilton Diamond status, too – the Hilton Honors American Express Surpass® Card and The Hilton Honors American Express Business Card. However, to get Diamond status, you must spend $40,000 on the card in a calendar year. If you do, you will receive Diamond status through the end of the following calendar year. The Hilton Honors Surpass Card’s annual fee is $95. The same pre-requisites also apply to the Hilton Business Credit Card, which has a $95 annual fee. All information about the Hilton Honors American Express Surpass® Card has been collected independently by WalletHub. The Hilton Honors American Express Surpass® Card is no longer available to new applicants through WalletHub, but may be available on the American Express website.
Normally, earning Hilton Diamond status requires 42 nights, 21 stays or 84,000 total points earned. Using a Hilton Honors Aspire Credit Card or a Hilton Honors Surpass Card could allow you to get there more quickly, giving you access to the hotel’s highest level of perks.
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