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Old Jun 11, 19, 1:03 pm
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aww3583
 
Join Date: Jul 2013
Location: Gulf Coast
Programs: HH Diamond; National EE
Posts: 1,562
Halfway to LTD... Fun with Statistics

I just earned my 500th night in a Hilton property since joining the program in 2013. I went nerdy with the activity spreadsheet I keep. Below is some fun with statistics of my lifetime activity with Hilton.
  • Stays per year: 38
  • States: 19
  • Countries: 2
  • Nights per year: 74.3
  • Award Points Earned (not including CC bonus points): 1.98-million.

Award Points Earned per Night:
  • 2013: 3,260
  • 2014: 2,839
  • 2015: 3,199
  • 2016: 3,599
  • 2017: 5,403
  • 2018: 5,447
  • 2019: 4,263

Unique Properties:
  • 2013: 14
  • 2014: 18
  • 2015: 23
  • 2016: 20
  • 2017: 19
  • 2018: 29
  • 2019: 17
  • TOTAL: 97
Award Nights Redeemed:
  • 2013: 2
  • 2014: 7
  • 2015: 9
  • 2016: 5
  • 2017: 11
  • 2018: 17
  • 2019: 13
  • TOTAL: 64
Nights per Year by Brand (DT, HI&S, Hilton, HS, ES, WA, HGI):
  • 2013: 26, 6, 25, 4, 2, 1, 0
  • 2014: 23, 9, 29, 0, 3, 0, 43
  • 2015: 2, 58, 3, 3, 1, 3, 8
  • 2016: 0, 52, 9, 0, 3, 1, 13
  • 2017: 4, 32, 8, 0, 0, 1, 17
  • 2018: 5, 45, 12, 2, 0, 2, 10
  • 2019: 9, 23, 1, 0, 0, 5, 5

Total Nights by Brand:
  • DoubleTree: 69
  • Hampton Inn & Suites: 225
  • Hilton: 87
  • Homewood Suites: 9
  • Embassy Suites: 9
  • Waldorf Astoria: 13
  • Hilton Garden Inn: 96

Interesting Observations:

About 65% of my stay activity is with Hamptons and HGIs. However, since I started the program, my spend per night has increased by 45%. Economy is doing better, rates are rising, etc. With that, the award points per night have increased by the same margin.

I redeem 1 award night roughly every 8 paid nights. I'm content with that ratio considering the lower-tier hotel paid nights (HI&S, HGI) and higher-tier award nights (WA, Hilton).
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