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Earn 150K Points with Latest Hilton Timeshare Offer [YMMV]

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Earn 150K Points with Latest Hilton Timeshare Offer

Earn 150K Points with Latest Hilton Timeshare Offer

Hilton Grand Vacations is offering a huge bonus for attending a timeshare presentation. We see these offers from time to time, usually with a 25K or 50K bonus. There was one rare 100K bonus in the past as well. But now you can earn 150,000 Hilton Honors points. And there are 15 destinations to choose from. Let’s check out the details of this latest offer.

The Offer

Guests must purchase one of the following packages by January 10, 2023:

  • Maui, HI: 4 nights for $1,899 plus tax
  • Honolulu, HI: 5 nights for $599 plus tax
  • Waikoloa, HI: 5 nights for $599 plus tax
  • Cabos San Lucas, MX: 5 nights for $599 plus tax
  • Orlando, FL: 4 nights for $299 plus tax
  • Las Vegas, NV: 4 nights for $299 plus tax
  • Myrtle Beach, SC: 4 nights for $299 plus tax
  • Hilton Head, SC: 4 nights for $299 plus tax
  • Virginia Beach, VA: 4 nights for $299 plus tax
  • Daytona Beach, FL: 4 nights for $299 plus tax
  • New York, NY: 4 nights for $299 plus tax
  • Scottsdale, AZ: 4 nights for $299 plus tax
  • Williamsburg, VA: 4 nights for $299 plus tax
  • Gatlinburg, TN: 4 nights for $299 plus tax
  • Charleston, SC: 4 nights for $299 plus tax

Guests will receive 150,000 Hilton Honors Bonus Points. You have up to 12 months from purchase date to travel. Travel can begin 30 days after purchase of vacation package. As part of your vacation package, you’ll attend a two-hour personal preview and sales presentation of Hilton Grand Vacations, where you’ll learn how you and your family can enjoy the many benefits and privileges of vacation ownership with Hilton Grand Vacations.

Offer Page

Make sure you carefully read the fine print regarding eligibility and any other restrictions. This was was sent out by email, so it could be targeted. The phone number on the site is 888-963-2612. If you didn’t receive an email, it may be worth calling and asking if you can get in the deal anyway.


This is the best offer we have seen from Hilton Grand Vacations. You need to book a 4-night stay for $299 and you will earn 150,000 Hilton Honors points after you attend the timeshare presentation. Just the points you get are worth double of what you’re paying for your stay. Even with 5-night stays in Honolulu, Waikoloa and Cabo you still come out ahead.

Once you purchase one of the packages, you then have 12 months to actually book your stay. Normally we suggest you call and ask for a better offer. But this is the best one we have seen so I doubt you’ll have any luck. You can however ask about different destinations.

It’s a good idea to prepare yourself for the timeshare presentation which is mandatory. You can see where Mark and one of our readers have both participated in one of these Hilton timeshare presentations.

Let us know if you have done one of these timeshare offers in the past, either for Hilton or other hotel chains. Or if you plan to go for this 150K bonus.

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  1. I’m a diamond who didn’t receive the invitation. I still called the number noted and was initially quoted 5 days/4 nights + 75,000 Hilton points for 4 people for $299+ tax.
    When I declined that offer they quickly updated the offer to be for 150,000 points which I accepted.

  2. I just clicked through your link, and turned me down on the web page. I then called & they gave me the offer! Thank you for posting. 5 nights in Hawaii is worth putting up with the time share pitch. Even though I am not Fiamond with Hilton, they still are giving me the $599 + tax offer & the 150,000 points. Already booked it, too!

  3. Are children allowed to attend? How do families with kids book these? We only travel with our kids and babysitters would be an additional expense unless they can join. Hell, they might even shorten the presentation just to get the kids to stop fighting

  4. Are there blackout dates or any other restrictions like standard room must be available stuff for which dates you can book.

    E.g. if I buy this can I book Hawaii during peak thanksgiving etc?

    • When I called I was informed that peak travel dates (i.e. Spring break, summers at some destinations) are an extra $99 and holidays (i.e. Christmas, Thanksgiving, New Years, 4th of July) are an extra $199.

  5. Also I noticed it says “Hilton Honors Diamond Members can enjoy 150,000 Hilton Honors Points”, so assuming I’m just a gold member, I will not receive that amount?

    • I’m only gold & I got it. I did have to call & ask for it & was initially told no. Then the rep put checked further & gave it to me

  6. When I go to the offer page, each destination indicates it is a “Diamond Member Exclusive” offer. I am a Hilton Honors member but not Diamond Elite. Does this mean that I would not be eligible for the offer? The offer terms and conditions page makes no mention of a requirement have Diamond Elite status with Hilton.

    • This was sent out by email. Both Diamonds and non-Diamonds have received it. If you’re not able to book it online, you can try calling the number listed in the article. I updated it to note that the offer is targeted.

  7. You must “reside in a state where our projects are registered for sale. Our special preview packages are only available to persons whose combined gross annual income meet certain requirements.”
    But I don’t see any details as to what exactly that combined income threshold is or which states qualify.
    Or am I missing something?

      • You can try calling to see if they give you this offer, or anything close to it. I can’t find any income details in the terms. Some of previous offers usually require $75K or $100K.


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