Hilton Hotels cardsTravel rewards credit cards come in all shapes and sizes, and many are tailored to a specific hotel or airline, which can be a great deal for someone who is loyal to that company. If Hilton Hotels are your jam, then now is the time to consider opening a Hilton Honors Ascend Card from American Express (a NextAdvisor advertiser) for yourself or a Hilton Honors American Express Business Card for your business. That’s because both of these credit cards just added spectacular limited-time bonus offers that can earn you 100,000 to 125,000 bonus points, depending on the card, as well as a free weekend night stay on your card member anniversary. These offers expire June 27, 2018, so if your interest is piqued, keep reading to find out whether one of these two credit cards is right for you.

Hilton Honors Ascend Card from American Express

Hilton Hotels cardsFirst things first, this card is already a big earner — you get 12X points for every $1 spent directly with hotels in the Hilton portfolio, as well as 6X points for every $1 spent at U.S. supermarkets, U.S. restaurants and U.S. gas stations and 3X points per $1 on everything else. With those rewards rates, you can rack of plenty of points in no time, especially considering new cardholders who take advantage of the current limited-time offer will get a whopping 100,000 bonus points just for spending $3,000 on purchases within the first 3 months of card membership. Plus, and this is huge, after you first anniversary of card membership, you’ll earn a free weekend night as an award — that’s a free stay on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday at any Hilton portfolio property. Both of these offers are only available to those who apply by June 27, 2018, so you’ll need to be quick to sign up and take advantage. Rounding out the perks of this card is complimentary Hilton Honors Gold status (and the ability to earn Hilton Honors Diamond status through the end of the next calendar year when you spend $40,000 on eligible purchases in a calendar year), Priority Pass Select membership that gives you access to more than 1,000 airport lounges (and 10 free passes a year, after which it’s $27/visit), and no foreign transaction fees when you travel outside the U.S.

You can redeem your rewards for free nights at hotels within the Hilton portfolio (there are more than 3,600 to choose from), as well as Experience Rewards or car rentals. Or, exchange your points for airline miles with Hilton Honors participating airline partners. As an American Express credit card owner, you’ll also have access with this card to a host of travel and shopping benefits, including car rental loss and damage insurance, travel accident insurance, global assist hotline, return protection, purchase protection and fraud protection.

It is important to note that this credit card requires good to excellent credit for approval, which is typically considered scores around 700 or higher. Additionally, there is a $95 annual fee, which might be a turn-off for some people. However, if you compare the benefits and complimentary services, the annual fee can be quickly recouped by an avid traveler. Those who aren’t don’t frequent Hilton hotels, though, may feel a bit stifled by the limitations in point redemption opportunities. In that case, we suggest the Capital One Venture Rewards Card. If you’d prefer a Hilton-branded card with no annual fee, check out the Hilton Honors Card from American Express.

The Hilton Honors American Express Business Card

Hilton hotel cardsSimilar to its personal-use counterpart, this Hilton-branded business credit card earns a hefty 12X points for every $1 spent at hotels and resorts in the Hilton portfolio. It also earns 6X points per $1 spent on eligible travel and business-related purchases (including at U.S. gas stations, on wireless telephone services purchased directly from U.S. service providers, U.S. purchases for shipping, U.S. restaurants, flights booked directly with airlines or amextravel.com and car rentals booked directly from select car rental companies) — plus 3X points per $1 on everything else. You can also earn a massive bonus of 125,000 points just by spending $5,000 on purchases within the first 3 months of owning the card — as with the previous card, this offer expires June 27, 2018. In addition to these bonus points, you can earn one free weekend night reward from Hilton after spending $15,000 on purchases with your card in a calendar year, and a second weekend night reward by spending an additional $45,000 on purchases with your card in the same calendar year. When you’re ready to spend those points, you can turn them into free nights at Hilton portfolio properties, free car rentals or convert them into miles to use with select airline partners.

Like its sister card, this one offers cardholders a whole host of travel-oriented perks and benefits. These include Hilton Honors Gold status as long as you have the card, 10 free Priority Pass Select visits to airport lounges every year (plus discounted access on any extra visits) and the ability to earn Diamond Status after spending $40,000 on purchases in a calendar year. There also aren’t any foreign transaction fees to worry about, and you’ll be covered in case disaster strikes while you’re traveling by travel accident insurance, baggage insurance and rental car loss and damage insurance.

This card does carry a $95 annual fee, which isn’t astronomical compared to some other travel rewards cards we review, but if it’s a deal-breaker, you should consider a different card. Likewise, you will need good to excellent credit to qualify. If earning free nights at Hilton hotels is a priority for you, this card is a great option. If you want more flexibility in your points redemption, a card like Capital One Spark Miles for Business is likely a better fit.

Learn more about these and other cards by visiting our reviews of the best credit cards.

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