Last Chance Deals: Hilton stack, 5K miles per rental, and more

Welcome to our weekly list of what’s ending this week as well as a collection of some of the best ongoing deals around.

This week, we have your last chance to double stack a Hilton offer and a couple of days left to earn 5000 American Airlines miles on a car rental. We added a number of new deals to the calendar this week, you can check those out in bold below.

Without further ado, here are this week’s Last Chance Deals. Those are followed by deals that Won’t Last Long and our Other Limited-time Offers. Deals in bold were posted this week.

Last Chance Deals

Expires Tuesday, October 10th

Expires Thursday, October 12th

  • Amex Offer: $50 back on $200 at HotelStorm: The terms of this offer imply that it is repeatable, so this could be a good way to save $50 on your hotel stays. Just keep in mind that you will probably not receive any elite credits / benefits / points on 3rd party bookings like this. (Expires 10/12/17)

Expires Sunday, October 15th

Won’t Last Long
Other Limited-Time Offers

Sign-up Bonuses / Credit Cards


Shopping/Spending Deals

Bank Account Bonuses

About Nick Reyes

Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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  1. DEAR DADDY, Can I call you Nick, Dad? This is off topic I know, but can you please update all of us who followed Greg’s advice by putting spend on Fairmont card to get potentially 1 free night. None of my families’ Fairmont cards have said free night yet. Please update us Dad, and no more strained peas please.

    • Hello! I’ve seen your comments on a number of posts over the last few days. I didn’t mean to ignore you – this card disappeared before I even started working here at Frequent Miler and I never had it. Greg’s been on vacation (he comes back later this week) and he may have more information about it since I believe both he and his wife were cardholders. If you can’t wait until then, I’d suggest you try calling Chase.

      However, I might be able to save you a phonecall. I took a look at the last few comments from a Frequent Miler post about the card as it expired — it looks like those who contacted Chase were told that it would take 6-8 weeks from August 14th to receive the certificates (one person reported that Chase told them October 10th). You can find that post here:

      That led me to Google it and I came across the Flyertalk thread on this card, where a couple of people in the last couple pages of that thread also mentioned October 10th:

      Hope that helps!

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