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Hilton Amex Offers: Save Up to $200 on Select Hilton Properties

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American Express has a trio of Amex Offers that can help you save on an upcoming Hilton stay, from your average Hilton hotel in the U.S. top-of-the-line resorts across the globe or heading north of the border into Canada.

One of these Hilton Amex Offers can save you $200 on a stay of $1,000 or more at Waldorf Astoria, Conrad, or LXR properties in the U.S., Mexico, Anguilla, and French Polynesian islands like Tahiti or Bora Bora. Another is even easier to use at any Hilton Curio, Canopy, Tapestry Collection, Motto by Hilton, or Tempo by Hilton property in the U.S. or U.S. territories, getting you $80 back when you spend $200 or more. Both of these offers will work for Hilton stays through the end of 2023.

If you haven't used Amex Offers before, think of them as digital coupons exclusively for Amex cardholders for purchases like airfare or hotels as well as dining, entertainment, or everyday shopping. Add one of these to your Amex card, use that card to book an eligible Hilton stay, and Amex will give you money right back for the discount within a few days as a statement credit on your account.

Offers like these are targeted, so they won't be available for every cardholder. That said, they both seem to be pretty widely available whether you've got *amex platinum card* or the *amex gold card* . You might even see one (or both) of these on Delta SkyMiles credit cards from Amex or even Hilton cards like the Hilton Aspire.

Just log in to your American Express account and see if you can add it to your Amex card. If it's there, simply add it then use that Amex card to book a Hilton stay. Just make sure you don't book an advance purchase, non-refundable, or “Save Now & Pay” rate, as those aren't eligible for these offers. That restriction means you'll generally have to travel before the expiration date on these offers – not just book a stay beforehand.

Here's a closer look at each of the offers that can help you save on an upcoming Hilton stay.

 

Spend $1,000+, Get $100 Back at Top Hilton Properties

Whether you've got a quick domestic trip in mind or plans for a bucket-list trip to French Polynesia, this Hilton Amex Offer could save you big bucks.

Spend $1,000 or more at Waldorf Astoria, Conrad, or LXR properties at select locations around the globe, and you can get $200 back. This one is eligible for those top-of-the-line brands in the U.S., Mexico, Anguilla, and French Polynesia. It's eligible for stays all the way through, so you've got plenty of time to make a plan to put it to use.
 

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Both paid stays and room charges should trigger this credit. So whether you've got your eyes on the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas, the Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal, or the Conrad Bora Bora Nui, this offer can help cover some of your costs. Charging dinner to your room and even the $150 per person boat transfer fee in Bora Bora should count towards that $1,000 in spending. And you can split up that $1,000 in spending required to trigger this offer across several different stays – even at different properties.

Only non-refundable stays and gift cards are strictly off-limits.
 

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Spend $200 at Select Hilton Brands, Get $80 Back

It's Amex Member Week, and this is one of the best money-saving offers you'll find.

Spend $200 or more at select Hilton brands in the U.S. (or U.S. territories), and you'll get $80 right back as a statement credit after completing your stay.  You just have to be sure to add the offer to your Amex Card by this Friday, Oct. 13. But it's valid for stays all the way through Dec. 31 at Hilton Curio, Canopy, Tapestry Collection, Motto By Hilton and Tempo by Hilton hotels in the states and territories.
 

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All room charges should activate the credit, but you'll need to avoid non-refundable or advance purchase room rates to cover a stay. But with $80 in savings on a $200-plus purchase, this is an easy way to save big on a Hilton stay this fall or winter.
 

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Let me repeat: Be sure to add this offer to your Amex card(s) before Amex Member Week ends on Friday, Oct. 13.

 

Where to Find Amex Offers

If you haven’t used Amex Offers before, simply log into your American Express account and scroll down near the bottom of the screen and there should be a box called Amex Offers & Benefits. It's available through the Amex mobile app as well.

If you see an offer you like, simply add the offer to the card and make a qualifying purchase at that business with your card. You should receive a statement credit for the offer within a few days of making a purchase.

Not familiar with Amex Offers? See our complete guide to using Amex Offers.

 

Bottom Line

These Amex Offers for Hilton properties from the U.S., down to Mexico, and even French Polynesia can help you save on a getaway this fall and into the winter.

These are just the latest Amex offers that make it easy to get cashback on an upcoming hotel stay. It's a simple way to save on the spending you’re going to do anyhow – and an easy way to justify paying the cost of a credit card’s annual fee.

Even if you don't currently have a trip in the works that could put these offers to use, it's worth checking to see if you're eligible for either and adding them to your Amex card – just in case.
 

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