This isn't the most exciting offer (mainly because Hilton regularly puts on promos like this), but there are some really interesting ways you could leverage a deal like this for dirt cheap hotel stays.
For example, if you were to spend $100, you'd normally only be able to buy 10,000 points. With this deal, you'd now get 20,000 points for the same price. For reference, there are Hilton properties out there that only cost 5,000 points per night. That means your $100 could get you as many as 5 nights at a Hilton.
If you just read that last line and thought "wow, Mike is terrible at math," you're wrong (at least in this instance). Here's why:
Hilton (and other chains like Marriott) have a policy where you always get your fifth night free when using points to book a stay. This means that the points price for four nights will be the same as the points price for 5 nights. So with a 5,000 point-per-night room, 20,000 points will get you a 5-night stay. When you break down the price you paid for the points, you're buying a hotel stay for $20 per night. And who said you should never pay for points? 😏