Earn 15,000 Points for Amex Hilton Surpass Refer-a-Friend

| Updated: April 6, 2017
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American Express recently increased the sigh-up bonus on the Hilton Surpass Card to an all-time high 100,000 Hilton HHonors points.

The offer was for a limited time and there is no longer a public application link, but now it is possible to refer a friend for this same 100,000 point offer. Plus, you’ll earn 15,000 Hilton points for very friend you refer!

The person who applies through your referral link will receive the 100,000 points bonus and you’ll receive a referral bonus of 15,000 points for each person you refer.

Note: The 100,000 Amex Hilton Surpass Card sign-up bonus offer is currently only available through someones referral link.


How to Refer-a-Friend for Amex Hilton Cards

If you are a Amex Hilton Surpass cardholder you may have received an email from Amex inviting you to refer friends to apply for the card. However, via this post on Reddit you can also create a referral link by logging into your account here.

Link: Amex Hilton Surpass Refer-a-Friend

Have the no fee Amex Hilton card? You can also Refer-a-Friend:

Link: Amex Hilton HHonors Card Refer-a-Friend

Next, all you need to do is enter and submit a friends name and email address to receive an email from Amex with your referral.


To get the link yourself, simply enter your email and the application will be sent to you. If you’d like you can copy this link from the email and share it below in the comments (read more below).

For each person you refer who applies and is approved you’ll receive 15,000 Hilton points, up to 80,000 points per calendar year.

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