There were several “pages” of questions — none of which were too difficult or time-consuming to answer. They were basically questions about employment, income, gender, race, and other information which you can choose to skip.
Time For My First Survey
Once I completed the series of questions, I was then invited to participate in my first survey pertaining to business — but after spending a few minutes on it, I was informed that I was not qualified to complete it. I earned ten Hilton Honors points for my effort.
Immediately afterwards, I was invite to complete another survey — this one pertaining to entertainment. That survey seemed like a shorter survey, as I only needed ten minutes to complete it…
…but I never successfully completed the survey — despite my trying to complete several of them…
…yet I was credited with the activation bonus of 10,000 Hilton Honors points — plus ten Hilton Honors points for each incomplete survey.
The points did not immediately post into my Hilton Honors membership account. Rather, I received an e-mail message which had the following statement:
Congratulations – you’ve completed your first survey! Your account will be credited with 10000.0 Hilton Honors Bonus Points. These Hilton Honors Bonus Points will be transferred to your Hilton Honors account in the next 4-6 weeks.
Don’t forget to login to your account regularly to find more opportunities to earn Hilton Honors Points.
The good news is that in response to an e-mail message which I sent, I quickly received an e-mail message from my contact at Hilton, who wrote:
“Sorry for the delay as I was looking into this. It appears there was a small anomaly on the backend with the promotion and my team is working to correct it to ensure members who completed receive the full 10K Hilton Honors Points.”
Despite reports elsewhere to the contrary, no indication is given that this offer is targeted — nor was the original iteration of this offer ever targeted — so you should qualify for this offer if you are a member of the Hilton Honors frequent guest loyalty program.
The duration of the entire process was approximately twenty minutes, which includes the wait for the activation e-mail messages; completing my profile; and participating in five surveys — none of which I qualified.
Guest Opinion Rewards is quite similar to e-Rewards where you participate in surveys to earn points — the main difference being that you have a choice of where to earn points from the e-Rewards “dollars” you earn; whereas the points earned through Guest Opinion Rewards automatically go directly into your Hilton Honors membership account.
This seems to be a good way to keep the points in your Hilton Honors membership account from expiring if you do not mind taking surveys — but this is not exactly the easiest way to earn Hilton Honors points; and you might find that the time needed to complete the process may otherwise not be worth the effort…