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Hilton Thank You 50% Sale is real deal

Hilton Thank You Sale offers 50% off Best Flexible Rate at participating full-service Hilton brand hotels worldwide for stays from December 14-January 7. December 31 is a blackout date for this sale.

I just booked several nights using this sale. The hotels I booked have a no penalty policy for cancellation up to one day before arrival.

Hilton Thank You Sale link:

Save up to 50% off the Best Available Rate at participating hotels and resorts throughout the Hilton Worldwide portfolio. All stays are eligible to earn Hilton HHonors™ Points. Whether you’re traveling near or far, make this the best holiday yet by booking a room for yourself or your loved ones.

Save 50% at these participating hotels and resorts:

  • Waldorf Astoria
  • Conrad
  • Hilton
  • DoubleTree by Hilton
  • Embassy Suites 
  • Hilton Grand Vacations

Save 30% at these participating hotels and resorts:

  • Hilton Garden Inn
  • Hampton
  • Homewood Suites
  • Home2 Suites

Help us spread the light and warmth of hospitality this holiday season by sharing this special offer with your friends and family.

Offer available exclusively through this webpage.

*Offer not available on December 31, 2012.


Thank You Rate is valid at participating hotels worldwide for stays booked between December 5, 2012 and January 7, 2013, and completed between December 14, 2012 and January 7, 2013. Rates are subject to availability and are not available on December 31, 2012. Be sure to review the hotel’s cancellation/change policy at time of booking. This offer may not be combined with other select promotions, offer or discounts and is not valid for existing reservations or groups. All reservations for this rate must be made on the website.



This is the best Hilton sale I have seen in some time that also coincided with my need for hotel rooms in San Francisco, Las Vegas and Miami over the next month.

Sample Rates:

San Francisco Friday Dec 14


San Francisco Tuesday Dec 18


Under $100 for downtown San Francisco on a weeknight are insanely low rates for 2012.


Las Vegas January 3 Hilton Grand Vacations Suites on the Strip $64.


Conrad Miami at $114 during December 2012 holiday week. Hilton Miami at $84.

Remember that high category rooms like suites are also 50% off Best Flexible Rates with this sale. I even applied for low cost Nor1 e-upgrades on my bookings to get a shot at discounted upgrades for the stays.


  • Explore December 10, 2012

    Great deal. This encouraged me to book 10 stays I wouldn’t otherwise have reserved, getting me back to Diamond.

  • Acker December 10, 2012

    This special is not showing me any love in London over the holiday week. Hilton Green Park is available (yuck).

  • palmerlaw December 10, 2012

    $69 for Chicago Palmer House (no relation) this weekend. Woot!

  • Teck December 10, 2012

    People have reported in FT that there is no stay/night credit, only points. But the pricing is fantastic!

  • Grant December 10, 2012

    Great special, booked 2 nights 🙂

  • DK December 10, 2012

    Oh my lord. I cannot BELIEVE how good this is!! I just booked a few nights just for the sake of it!


  • Mark December 10, 2012

    Just booked 3 nights for a wedding in January. This rate is even cheaper than the discounted group rate for the wedding block!

    Thanks so much!

  • James December 10, 2012

    Thank you so much for this heads up!

  • Acker December 11, 2012

    Time to apologize. Just realized that London hotels are mostly booked for 12/31 so the rate wasn’t showing as available at the better hotels. I’m finding awesome rates at other spots and on nights other than NYE.

  • Jeff Jones December 11, 2012

    $85 a night for SFO this weekend. Thanks for posting!

  • Ric Garrido December 11, 2012

    @Teck – The reports on FlyerTalk are mixed posts on whether these rates earn stay credit. Diamond Desk has responded both ways.

    Personally I have never known a Hilton rate to be eligible for points, yet not earn stay/night credit.

    It would seem rather odd to me that Hilton would state the rate earns points, but not state the rate is ineligible for stay/night credit.

    There has been no response from Hilton through page 8 of the FlyerTalk thread.


  • ORDnHKG December 11, 2012

    @ Ric Garrido – You are correct, but the difference for this time is this rate is friends and family rate, which means for employee’s friends and families, not for the general public, and employees rate do not earn anything in general. If you notice this rate is not published thru hilton.com, and it is not advertised anywhere, you actually have to click thru a special link to order to get these rates.

    When I called HHONORS to inquire several hours ago, the agent said the same thing about F&F rate would not earn any miles/points/stays/nights credit, however you do get your gold or diamond benefits. It is a bit odd for us and the HHONORS agent on the phone to see it offer points, but that is what it is, and the agent also mentioned it did mentioned in his memo about this promotion.

    Other than myself calling, someone from FT had also emailed HHONORS, and the reply was posted in the thread as well, points only and nothing else.

  • Colleen Zilles December 14, 2012

    Hilton is really ruining themselvs. Have you seen they now have Resort fees for all hotels of about $20-25.00 per night and those fees include items that Gold/Diamond would get for free as a benefit. Are Gold/Diamond now have to pay these fees? Spa, Fitness, and Internet were free for Gold/Diamond Members. Now they tack on the resort fees which included these items and I expect we will have to pay the resort fee. Talk about devalue loyal members.

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