Earlier this summer, Hilton announced that they were partnering again with Live Nation. This meant that you could redeem just 10,000 Hilton Honor points for two lawn tickets — a pretty awesome use of Hilton points.
The Hilton “Lawn Days” Summer Concert Series allow you to snag one of thousands of lawn seats in a variety of cities throughout the US. Concerts are available throughout the entire summer and if you missed out, they go through October. This means there is still time! Artists include: Rascal Flatts, Peter Frampton, Blink 182, Breaking Benjamin, Zac Brown Band, Bryan Adams, Cake & Ben Folds, Chris Young, Willie Nelson, Snoop Dog, etc.
I live outside of Boston and am in pretty close proximity to the Xfinity Center in Mansfield. There were many artists playing there this summer and my husband and I thought it would be fun to see Rascal Flatts live. Although I am not a huge concert goer, I absolutely love outside concerts during the summer. It ended up being a beautiful Thursday evening and we had an absolute blast! I actually preferred the lawn over the more expensive metal seats as we got to spread out and relax. (You could rent chairs if you wanted to, but a picnic blanket worked just fine for us).
When searching on the Hilton Honors Experiences site, you can select your artist, state, date and venue. All the 10,000 point concert tickets will appear within your designated location and date.
Hilton points are typically valued at around .5 cents per point, which means you are “paying” only $50 for two tickets. This is a great deal in my opinion and a solid way to use your Hilton points! We had a great time and look forward to attending another concert next summer as well.
Have you redeemed your Hilton Honors points for a concert or any other “experience”?
You are redeeming points which have a value for these tickets, they are not free.
This is great. Took advantage of it and it was a great value!
She specifically said it cost her $50 in points value. Don’t know what you’re griping about.
Thanks for this too. Looks to be the same selection of concerts that are available through T-Mobile Tuesdays for $25 per ticket. So that’s another option if you don’t have Hilton points.