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I am a fairly frugal person. If I can save money, I’m going to and if I can be rewarded for spending my money – even better!
One thing that I really like is businesses that provide loyalty programs for their customers. It shows they care enough to reward you for choosing their establishment. It says “You matter to us”.
Hilton Worldwide is one of those companies. They have a wonderful guest-loyalty program called Hilton HHonors. Hilton HHonors is the loyalty program for Hilton Worldwide’s 10 hotel brands that include Waldorf Astoria, Hilton Garden Inn, Hampton, and more.
Hilton HHonors has grown to well over three million members since it was first established in 1987. They offer more ways to earn and redeem points than any other guest-loyalty program. You can earn points through more than 50 participating airlines as well as over 3,900 hotels.
Hilton HHonors points earned can be redeemed for rewards such as golf resorts, car rentals, and theme parks, as well as other great rewards. Best of all, it’s free to sign up.
In honor of Hilton HHonors‘ 25th anniversary this year, they are celebrating with 25 Days of Winning Sweepstakes. From October 1st to October 25th, members are encouraged to visit www.HHonors.com/25days for a chance to win wonderful prizes.
Prizes include amazing things like a New Year’s Eve trip to Time Square, a Canon digital camera, a Jamaican Getaway, a spa getaway, and much much more! All of these prizes are also available for purchase by using your Hilton HHonors points through the HHonors Shopping Mall or HHonors Experience Rewards.
You can click here to join Hilton HHonors guest-loyalty program free and start entering to win some of these awesome prizes!
You can find Hilton HHonors on Facebook and on Twitter. Be sure and follow them for other great updates.
Hilton HHonors invited me to be a part of an HHonors Blogger Panel supporting the 25 Days of Winning sweepstakes, and I was compensated for my participation. All opinions and comments within my posts about the sweepstakes are my own.
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