As we reported yesterday, it seems that this may be a last call for Citi’s Hilton cards. With Amex set to become the sole issuer of Hilton’s credit cards in January and Citi planning to migrate existing cardholders to something else (we don’t yet know what that will be), these cards have been removed from Citi’s website. We don’t know for sure if this is permanent, but suspect it to be an indication that these cards may be disappearing soon for new applications.
Yesterday, we published working links for both the Citi Hilton Reserve and the Citi Hilton no-AF credit cards. While the Hilton Reserve offer contains 24-month exclusion language, the no-fee version that we posted had a 40,000 point sign-up bonus and no 24-month language. That 40,000 point offer is likely the best we’ll see for those have opened or closed a Citi Hilton card in the past 24 months.
However, if you have not opened or closed any Citi Hilton card in the past 24 months, there is a working link for a 50,000 point sign-up offer, as reported by Doctor of Credit:
Citi® Hilton Honors™ Visa Signature® Card
Offer: Earn 50,000 Hilton Honors Bonus Points after making $1,000 in purchases within 4 months of account opening
Note the 24 month language: Hilton Honors Bonus Points offer associated with a new card opening is not available if you have opened or closed any Citi Hilton Honors cards in the past 24 months.
If you have not opened or closed any Citi Hilton card in the past 24 months, the Hilton Reserve is probably a stronger offer for most people. However, if you prefer the points (and no annual fee), this offer might be for you. We have added it to the previous post and our Best Offers page.
H/T: Doctor of Credit