How To Maximize Your Hotel Loyalty Rewards
Last year, Kevin Feyen dotted the country three times with his wife and two children, visiting family in Baltimore, San Francisco and Chicago. New Jersey-based Feyen even managed to squeeze in a romantic weekend getaway in Manhattan.
Flexible vacation policy? Not quite. Feyen, 39, hits the road about 20 times a year visiting college campuses in his role as vice president in the Digital Product Development group at a major publishing company. As such, he racks up loyalty points with Hilton HHonors.
And he’s not shy about using them.
“A lot of times it is to visit family to go to weddings,” he says. “We use the points to primarily pay for lodging. That’s where you can find the greatest savings and value in points paying for the stay.”