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AmEx Credit - Hyatt ($400/ $100), Marriott Bonvoy ($300/ $75), Hilton ($250/ $75), View Hotels (SYD, BNE, MEL) ($250/ $50)


Hilton - Spend $250 or more, get $75 back

Valid until 30/11/2020
Save offer to your eligible Card and spend $250 or more, in one or more transactions, in-person only at participating Hilton properties in Australia by 30/11/2020 to receive a $75 credit. Valid up to 5 times, once per participating property. Exclusions apply.

Hyatt - Spend $400 or more, get $100 back

Valid until 30/11/2020
Save the offer to your eligible Card and spend $400 or more, in one or more transactions, at Hyatt properties in Australia by 30/11/2020 to receive one $100 credit. Limited to the first 15,000 Cards to save the offer. Exclusions apply.

Marriott Bonvoy - Spend $300 or more, get $75 back

Valid until 30/11/2020
Save the offer to your eligible Card and spend $300 or more, in one or more transactions, at participating Marriott Bonvoy properties in Australia by 30/11/2020 to receive one $75 credit. Limited to 15,000 Cards. Exclusions apply.

View Hotels - Spend $250 or more, get $50 back

Valid until 30/11/2020
Save the offer to your eligible Card and spend $250 or more, in one or more transactions, in-person only at View Hotels by 30/11/2020 to receive one $50 credit. Limited to the first 20,000 Cards to save the offer. Exclusions apply.

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  • Isn't the Hilton Sydney a quarantine hotel?

    • +19

      Aren't they all?

      Surprised they encourage travelling during a pandemic.

      Marketing team must be American thinking.

      • -2

        I’ve been staying at hotels, chances of getting Covid pretty low. Much less than going out to dinner. Higher than staying at home yes.

        • +3

          lol, negged for the truth

          • +4

            @UberIsCool: Weird how people seem to want to be so afraid isn't it.

            • -4

              @brad1601: The virus is fake, a way for governments to control you.

              I have an un-compromised auto immune system they say.

              USA A OK!

              • @Turd: Nice strawman.

              • -2

                @Turd: Wouldn’t say it’s fake, but the stats have been manipulated. CDC for example just silently came out late August updating their stats on COVID. In summary, for all COVID related deaths in the US, only 6% were solely COVID while the rest on average had 2.6 other comorbidities. Do the math and the case fatality rate is less than the seasonal flu!

                • @robredo: That’s not quite how “the math” works. The case fatality rate remains high even in light of those stats. Deaths with comorbidities do not mean these people were “going to die anyway.” These are people who had risk factors such as asthma - who otherwise would have lived - not terminal diseases on their deathbed. Their projected lifespan was still significantly shortened and ended prematurely because of the impact of covid disease. But of course, the conspiracy nuts took that stat and decided “ah. So covid didn’t kill them.”

                  • @haemolysis: I saw a stat showing deaths in a city for June 2019 and June 2020 and they were the same. These are the stats I’m interested in. Also the response to the pandemic is odd. No interest in treatment, mocking of anti malaria drugs, and endless talk for a vaccine. Debt to our kids.

                    • @grasstown: Uhh, no. We have found numerous treatments and are researching more every day. For instance, steroid drugs have improved survival in severe cases by more than a third. We’ve also seen better survival by simply lying patients prone. Many countries are investigating convalescent plasma. What nonsense that we haven’t been trying.

                      The anti-malaria drugs for instance IS something we have tried and researched. There was a large clinical trial in the military, and others in China. It was found to be non-effective. People promoting it are non-medical professionals (re: politicians) who jumped at the excitement before it was tested. And these non-medical professionals continue to tout it. They deserve their ridicule. The treatment doesn’t work and they’re promoting it to the masses like holy water.

                      As for deaths in a single city: try deaths in all the cities heavily affected by coronavirus.

                      • @haemolysis: People are denied treatment. In what way are the anti malaria drugs ineffective? All I heard is they had side effects in some cases? And studies are influenced by lobbyists. There is lots of money to be made from vaccines and treatments and unfortunately anti malaria Drugs are cheap and unprofitable for them. There are countries whose regional population take anti malaria drugs for malaria and their populations are not dying from COVID when they catch it.

                        • @grasstown: They simply are not effective. You are looking at both inaccurate and bias data - a false observation of those countries, and you’re also failing to compare your false observation to a “control” who hasn’t had hydroxychloroquine.

                          That’s what we do with a randomized double-blinded study. It allows us to make a true comparison without bias. And when we did that it showed no higher survival. The ORCHID study for instance confirmed: It does not work.

                          If it worked we would be using it.

                          Drugs being “cheap and not profitable” is not really impacting the research here. Yes, pharmaceutical industry is motivated by profit. But our research institutes, hospitals, governments and NGOs are not.

                          This is why other cheap drugs which ARE effective HAVE become standard practice: such as dexamethasone.

                          But hydroxychloroquine is NOT effective.

                          • @haemolysis: I will do more research. I can only say that I’m not convinced by studies that say it’s not effective when we live in a society that ridicules and give blanket statements of ‘not effective’ without more . I was just observing that the response to COVID Is odd. And I agree with the editing done to the end of this video

                • @robredo: Forgot to add the ./s

                  Been following the virus since Xmas Dec 2019 before everyone was even aware of it.

      • +1

        No of course they're not all quarrantine hotels. We have over 40,000 rooms in Sydney alone and a 350 per week cap on returning travellers.

        There are a few designated quarrantine hotels where typically the whole hotel is booked out - EG Novotel Darling Harbour and Hilton Sydney. It's a lot more efficient to place security at a limited numer of hotels where all rooms are used for quarrantine, then a large number of hotels where only one or two rooms are used for quarrantine.

      • +1

        We have between about 0 to 2 cases a day in QLD, always fully traced to known cases.

        No reason at all why we can't travel locally. Same with plenty of other states, obviously metro Victoria is another case but that isn't the whole of Australia.

        • -1

          Why the time you find out of new cases and/or if you get the virus it will be too late.

          • @Turd: Too late for what? I don't understand what you are advocating for.

            A complete and utter shut down of human movements untill 6 weeks after the last known case has recovered?… Then start all over again when another case no doubt shows up? (NZ comes to mind…).

    • Explains why both are completely sold out for all of September

    • +5

      Gotta watch out the reckless security guards there

    • +2

      All the Hiltons are closed, so this is a dumb promotion.

      Although maybe you could pay for your quarantine using Amex?!?!

  • +1

    Good deals if you wanted to mingle with quarantine travellers

    • Mingle till you get shingles

  • For Hilton fans, don't forget the current double night credit promotion.

  • Does anyone know whether this can be used for dining inside the hotels?

    • +1

      Click on where to redeem and it'll show where it can be used. Example.

  • +2

    "Valid until 30/11/2020"

    I'm sure that'll be handy for us in Victoria where travelling isn't even possible till the end of November…

  • Good timing - just booked the Ritz Perth for this Friday :)

    • Hi kirt, just wondering if it's valid for hotel stay or only at the Restaurant and bar if you know by any chance.


      • Yeah it's valid for a hotel room itself. We stayed there a few weeks ago - nice place, and the food at the Ritz and the surrounding restaurants were excellent too ;)

        …oh, and the Amex credit appeared a few days later.

        • Thanks for the heads up ;)

    • Where does one park if staying in the Ritz? Is price included ?

      • Depends on the deal - parking may be included, but if not, you can park at the CPP Terrace Road or Concert Hall for around $20 for 24 hours.

  • Is there anyway to stack it with Virtuoso benefits?

  • what is view hotel? where is it

  • Looks like this is for “in person” transactions only for the Hilton. So if you pay a deposit online, it won’t be counted towards your $250 minimum spend. A bit ridiculous imo.

  • Anyone have Marriott deal I could use? I can't add it must be rego's capped!

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