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150k amex Hilton targeted upgrade off (TPG)

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Keep your eyes open.  I took that offer, got the points, and then a few months later got another offer on the same account for 150,000 more points to upgrade again to the $450 Ascend.

 

Took that too, and just finished the spending on the second offer yesterday.  

 

 

 

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Second 150,000 just posted.

 

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tophie disclosure:  I edited this image to remove transactions not related to this thread topic.  

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5 hours ago, cv91915 said:

 

 

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Didn't want us to see your addiction to porn and Olive Garden???

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On 6/9/2019 at 11:00 AM, cv91915 said:

Second 150,000 just posted.

 

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I downgraded the $450-AF card to the no-AF card in October when the $450 AF posted (my brain refuses to store the names of each version of the card).

 

Yesterday I received another 150,000-point offer to upgrade back to the $450 version.  

 

I need to put some thought into when to do the upgrade to minimize my OOP cost, now that I can't use the $250 airfare incidental credit.  I value Hilton points at 0.33 each (but hope for more), so the last thing I want to do is pay $450 for $450 in Hilton points.

 

Here is the AF charge/credit history for 2019.  Upgrade offer is good through 5/15/20.

 

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