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Register for Hilton HHonors Double Up Double Points Nov 1 to Jan 31, 2015

Members voted and Hilton HHonors is offering Double Points for its next promotion running November 1 – January 31, 2015. Double points start with your second hotel stay.

Hilton HHonors Double Up double points means double base points at 20 points/$1. HHonors Points & Points members earn 25 points/$1, plus any elite and HHonors credit card card bonus points.

Promotion registration is here at HHonors.com/DoubleUp.

There are slightly more than 400 hotels opting out of the promotion. All but 16 of the hotels opting out are located in the USA.

A couple of FAQ clarifications:

  • No retroactive credit for stays prior to promotion registration. Your first stay is counted as the first stay after you register for HHonors Double Up.
  • Double points bonus may be earned on two rooms beginning with second stay. Two rooms on your first stay will not count as two stays.
  • Award stays count for double points for incidental charges at all Hilton brands, except Hampton Inn, Homewood Suites and Home2 Suites.
  • Existing reservations made prior to promotion registration count for Double Up as long as your stay falls in the promotion period and you register for Double Up before the stay.

What are you waiting for? Register for HHonors Double Up.

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California is writer and owner of Loyalty Traveler.

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