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This is nothing earth shattering.
The standard bonus on the Hilton Honors American Express Business Card is 125,000 points.
As of yesterday, Hilton has bumped up the offer by 5,000 points to 130,000 Hilton Honors points when you spend $3,000 within 3 months.
There have been previous offers where you got 125,000 + a $100 statement credit or even, though just one brief time, a Free Weekend Night award.
Still, if you are planning an upcoming trip that you could save some cash by spending some newfound Hilton Honors points, it’s good to know.
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Hilton Honors Business Card Considerations:
- As a business card, this has no impact on your Chase 5/24.
- You can only get an Amex bonus once in a lifetime (though, practically, you can tend to get another one more than 7 years later)
- You can only have a maximum of 4 American Express credit cards (plus 9 charge cards which are the Green / Gold / Platinum cards).
Hilton Honors Business Credit Card Earn Rate
- Earn 12x at Hilton properties.
- Earn 6x bonus points on select business and travel categories: gas stations, wireless telephone service, shipping, restaurants, flights booked direct, and car rentals booked direct.
- Earn 3x Hilton points on all other purchases.
Hilton Honors Business Credit Card Benefits
- Get Hilton Honors Gold Status and earn Free Weekend Night Awards based on annual spend: You’ll earn a free weekend night award, good at any Hilton family property, when you spend $15,000 and again when you spend $60,0000 in a calendar year. After $40,000 in annual spend you will be upgraded to top-tier Diamond elite status with Hilton.
- Get 10 free airport lounge visits each year with included free Priority Pass Select membership.
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