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Making points with Hilton

Posted by Paul Kandarian  September 6, 2012 01:16 PM

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By Paul E. Kandarian, Globe Correspondent 

Everyone loves points, those promotional awards that earn cool stuff. Hilton HHonors, the point program of Hilton Worldwide, has a couple that can earn things like a Waldorf Astoria getaway and tickets to New York Fashion Week, all part of the 25th anniversary of Hilton HHonors.

Now through Sept. 18, HHonors is holding a 25 Million Point Getaway, awarding a member a day with one million points, along with runner-up, instant-win prizes including HHonor points, gift cards and prize packages from Hilton's 10 hotel brands. Check it out at www.Facebook.com/HiltonHHonors

There is also the 25 Days of Winning sweepstakes, where from Oct. 1-25, HHonors members have a shot to win things like New Year's Eve at Times Square in New York and HHonors Diamond status for a year. See that at www.HHonors.com/25days

Hilton Worldwide's Hhonors program started in 1987 as a scratch-off promotion tied to U.S. Olympic Team sponsorship honoring Olympians past and present.

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