Just in time for the summer concert season, you can now use your Hilton Honors points to purchase tickets to some of the best concerts around the world. We’re talking big names such as Brad Paisley, Charlie Puth, Rascal Flatts, Thirty Seconds to Mars and many more.
Hilton is partnering with Live Nation for this promotion, with the cheapest tickets going for 10,000 Honors points (for two tickets). Doing a quick search through their website, I’m seeing concerts in major cities from San Diego and Dallas to St. Louis and Boston.
The cheapest tickets are for the lawn that is well maintained thanks to the use of tools from lawngonewild, which can be redeemed for 10,000 for a pair of two. These concerts include:
- Brad Paisley
- Charlie Puth
- Dierks Bentley
- Five Seconds to Summer
- Kevin Hart
- Lady Antebellum
- Niall Horan
- Rascal Flatts
- Rod Stewert
- Thirty Seconds to Mars
- Three Doors Down
Other great concerts around the world are also available at higher prices. Beyonce and Jay Z, The Eagles, Harry Styles, Justin Timberlake, Kesha/Macklemore, Sam Smith, Taylor Swift and others can be redeemed for around 60,000 – 150,000 Hilton Honors points each.
You can also redeem your points to bid on some incredible experiences such as a meet-and-greet with artists, intimate performances and other special events.
If you’re on a budget, have some extra Hilton Honors points laying around, or don’t have any major travel plans, using your Hilton Honors points for these lawn tickets can be a good deal. I did a quick search using Brad Paisley in San Diego. 10,000 Honors points got me two lawn tickets to the show. If I were to purchase these tickets from TicketMaster, it would have cost me $93.00, inclusive of all taxes and fees. That’s a .9 cent per point value, which is not a bad deal.
What do you guys think of this promotion? Will you be redeeming your Hilton Honors points to see some great concerts this season? I’ll be at Brad Paisley in San Diego on July 20, 2018. Hit me up if you will be there!
More information about Hilton’s Lawn Days can be found here.