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UA 1,000 miles per HHonors two-night stay Oct 1-Dec 11, 2011

Hilton HHonors has a United Airlines Mileage Plus offer for 1,000 bonus miles per two-night or longer stay at Hilton Worldwide properties from October 1 to December 11, 2011.

This bonus may be earned five times for 5,000 bonus miles in Mileage Plus in addition to normal miles earned as a Points & Fixed Miles or Points & Variable Miles earner.

The promotion terms seem a little vague, but I assume these are 1,000 bonus miles per stay in addition to the standard miles earned for each hotel stay since the bonus miles post after the promotion ends.

Registration required at www.hhonors.com/mileageplus

HHonors United Mileage Plus Promotion T&C

To be eligible for this offer, you must (1) select United Airlines as your preferred Double Dip® Points & Miles Partner in your Hilton HHonors™ account profile, (2) complete a minimum 2-night stay at a participating hotel or resort in the Hilton Worldwide portfolio from October 1, 2011 through December 11, 2011, and (3) register online at www.HHonors.com/MileagePlus prior to check-out. You must be a Hilton HHonors member to earn points and miles for hotel stays. Bonus United Mileage (Both Fixed & Variable Miles Members): Earn 1,000 bonus miles per qualifying stay of 2-nights or more, for a maximum of 5 stays or 5,000 miles. Allow up to six weeks after qualification, and after promotion has ended, for bonus miles to be credited to your account. Miles accrued, awards issued and bonus offers are subject to the rules of the United Mileage Plus program. Hilton HHonors membership, earning of Points & Miles™ and redemption of points are subject to HHonors Terms and Conditions.

Hilton HHonors and United Mileage Plus 5,000 bonus miles Oct 1-Dec 11, 2011

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