Redeem Just 10,000 Hilton Points for 2 Free Concert Tickets!

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Hilton just partnered with Live Nation to make select concerts available for only 10,000 Hilton points for two tickets! This is hardly any points making it available to almost all Hilton Honors members! The “Lawn Days” Summer Concert Series are taking place this summer only where you can snag one of thousands of lawn seats in a variety of cities during the months of June, July, August, September, and October.a large crowd of people sitting in chairs

There’s a ton of concerts available with artists like Brad Paisley, Kesha, Steely Dan, and Dead & Company, and more! This is great for those who love outside concerts. I am personally a huge fan of summer concerts when I can sit outside enjoying the fresh air, listening to good music, and catching up with friends. You can check out all the Summer Concert Series tickets here.

Now, if you have a plethora of points, there are other concerts available that require a ton of more points for tickets. These are more highly sought after tickets that are typically expensive to purchase, for example, Jay Z, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, etc. There are also options where you can bid on tickets ad possibly snag tickets for less Hilton points. You can search all concert options here.a screenshot of a music websiteHilton points are typically valued at around .5 cents per point, which means you are “paying” only $50 for two tickets, which is a great deal! This is definitely something I’ll be looking into for this summer! Will you be using your Hilton points for this experience?

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5 years ago

save your points. these are all over stub hub for less than $12 each

5 years ago

and the “Free” is clearly clickbait

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