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mlsmn Apr 20, 02 7:32 am

[ARCHIVE to 2015] Discount Codes for Hilton?
 
does anyone know of any special codes to use in the corporate or group code boxes on internet reservations that would get lower prices than aaa or aarp

ejflaro Aug 25, 02 3:29 pm

Hampton Inn codes???
 
Does anyone know of any Hampton Inn discount codes for a 4 day CNTU run to Vegas? The "AOT" does not seem to work in Sept. Will be moving around the properties on 9/12-9/14. Thanks

DRORA Nov 13, 02 7:28 pm

LOOKING FOR DISCOUNTS
 
hI,
WILL BE STAYING IN ANCHORAGE FEW NIGHTS IN JULY 03. CAN YOU RECOMEND ME A WAY TO GET COUPON OR DISCOUNT FOR THE HILTON DOUNTOWN
THANKS DRORA

NeoOfTheCRS Jul 27, 03 10:03 pm

Discount Codes for Hilton?
 
Does Hilton offer discount codes like Marriott does for finding discounted rates on its website? e.g. marriott's three letter codes for the AAA Discount---AAA

dashark Jul 27, 03 11:04 pm


<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by NeoOfTheCRS:
Does Hilton offer discount codes like Marriott does for finding discounted rates on its website?</font>
Yes. http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/biggrin.gif

voccons Jul 28, 03 8:21 am

Great ~!

jabez Jul 28, 03 9:54 am

You can request the AAA and AARP price every time you book. Just check the box.
I'm not sure how many other "special" discount codes are out there. The codes on the Avis site sure has saved me a lot.
The last discount code I used for Hilton was "SE". It was for a non-refundable ,21-day reservation that gave 30% off the hotel's best available rate.

NeoOfTheCRS Jul 28, 03 4:12 pm


<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by jabez:
You can request the AAA and AARP price every time you book. Just check the box.
I'm not sure how many other "special" discount codes are out there. The codes on the Avis site sure has saved me a lot.
The last discount code I used for Hilton was "SE". It was for a non-refundable ,21-day reservation that gave 30% off the hotel's best available rate.
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Wow that is a great discount! Where did you enter the SE code? Did you make your reservation on Hilton.com?


Rut Dog Jul 28, 03 4:30 pm


<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by jabez:
a non-refundable ,21-day reservation that gave 30% off the hotel's best available rate.</font>
FYI, these type of rates are frequently offered on Hilton.com, no special code required.


MrPaul0722 Jul 28, 03 10:19 pm


<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by Rut Dog:

Originally posted by jabez:
a non-refundable ,21-day reservation that gave 30% off the hotel's best available rate.</font>
FYI, these type of rates are frequently offered on Hilton.com, no special code required.


How does one know that it is discounted? I cannot tell if the rates from hilton.com are discounted or their rack rates. I am aware of the AAA and AARP and they are lower than the default rates if you do not show a discount code. Is there a place to look for discount rates on their web site?


best Jan 24, 04 1:01 pm

Special Discount Codes?
 
Are you aware of any special or discount codes for H?

zakami Jan 24, 04 4:34 pm


<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by best:
Are you aware of any special or discount codes for H?</font>
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best Jan 25, 04 3:32 pm

Zakami-may I please ask: was there more to your post? Or, were you just bumping it? Or?

KathyWdrf Jan 26, 04 12:57 am


<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by best:
Zakami-may I please ask: was there more to your post? Or, were you just bumping it? Or?</font>
Maybe that was just a chuckle over your use of the acronym "H."

"H" = "heroin," perhaps?


Kathy

SkiAdcock Mar 4, 04 12:38 pm

I'm bumping this up because I would like to find out if there are other discount codes besides AAA & AARP. For example, on the Marriott forum they have 7 pages of codes:

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/Forum63/HTML/002605.html

I'm not suggesting that we list corporate codes (the pros/cons of that are in the Marriott thread, although folk there have posted some corp codes).

What I'm thinking of are there other codes that would be available to everyone - for example, on the Marriott thread there are some that apply to Northeast hotels or Southwest hotels or London hotels or international hotels - they're valid promo codes & you don't have to be part of a select group or org in order to use them.

Does Hilton have similar ones? And if you have discovered any, please post them here.

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Sharon


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