Hilton Grand Vacations Offer for Vegas, Orlando and Myrtle Beach

Hilton Grand Vacations Offer

Hilton Grand Vacations Offer

Hilton Honors members can get a vacation in Las Vegas. Orlando or Myrtle Beach and 25,000 bonus points starting at just $199. The points bonus for this Hilton Grand Vacations offer is not as good as in the the past, but you can still negotiate something better. There’s a small catch however, a timeshare presentation.


Guests must purchase one of the following packages:

  • 4-day/3-night stay for $199 plus tax in Orlando
  • 4-day/3-night stay for $199 plus tax in Las Vegas
  • 4-day/3-night stay for $199 plus tax in Myrtle Beach

at a participating hotel within the Hilton portfolio of brands (valued at $175-$500/night).


Guests will receive 25,000 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.

Guru’s Wrap-up

These are pretty good offers usually. But that vacation comes with a mandatory sales pitch for Hilton Grand Vacations. You have to sit through that for two hours. They can’t force you to buy anything, but again not everyone can say “no” over and over. And they make those deals sound pretty good. So if that’s something you’re not comfortable with, might be best to skip this Hilton Grand Vacations offer. But if you’ve done this before, or are confident that you will resist the temptation, then could be a good opportunity. In the past we have seen offers for up to 100,000 points so it should be worth calling them up and asking for something better.

Have you participated in similar timeshare presentations in the past. How did they go and what tips do you have for other DDG readers?


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