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$75 AF not waived

 

3K Spend within 3 months

 

12 points/$ Hilton Properties ---- Citi Card 6 points

6 points/$ Restaurants, Gas Stations, Supermarkets ---- Citi 3 points

3 points/$ Everywhere else ---- Citi 2 points

 

This card looks to better spending card between the both even though their is an AF

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How long until these offers usually expire?

 

Been looking at the 4 hilton cards, but new to points.

 

Have 60k citi Thank You points that could be transfered to 90k Hhonors points. Paired with one of these offers, seems would be set for a fairly extended stay on some hotel for next years vac.

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How long until these offers usually expire?

 

Been looking at the 4 hilton cards, but new to points.

 

Have 60k citi Thank You points that could be transfered to 90k Hhonors points. Paired with one of these offers, seems would be set for a fairly extended stay on some hotel for next years vac.

I got this card just for a trip to Egypt and Jordan (80k bonus though). Some nights were 5k and others were 10k. I still have points left over but only because there wasn't a Hilton in Jerusalem. Gold status was nice too. Was upgraded and given access to lounge.

 

I won't exactly say plan a trip around this card. I kind of did but only bed on visiting these plecause I had already plannaces anyways. Didn't spend a penny.

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This is the best card of the 4 by far for spending at Hilton properties. If you don't spend a lot directly at Hilton properties, you can always downgrade it later to the no AF version.

 

Amex will also allow you to upgrade the no AF card for a bonus after 13 months, and you can then downgrade it again later. That's something to consider. I got the no AF card with a 60K bonus and the upgrade offer is 50K, so that's 110K total vs the one time 85K for the Surpass.

 

It should be noted that groceries are 6x with the Surpass. If you value points at $.004-005 each, that comes out to $.024-.03 per $1 in the grocery store, including purchases for "groceries." ;) ;)

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