I stayed at a Hilton Hotel recently and sure enough, within a month or so, got a phone call about an offer from Hilton Grand Vacations. As usual, I said "no" to the first offer and they came back with a better offer for 3 days and 2 nights in a brand new Hilton Resort on the strip in Las Vegas for about $100---as long as I made a reservation in 45 days and stayed at the resort in the next 6 months. However, the deal was non-refundable, non-transferable. Now why would they not refund $100 for people who change their mind before the end of the 45 day period? That's because they send you a packet and letter that explains that they are "proud to be your host for your Las Vegas vacation in either their Hilton Grand Vacations Club Resort or in one of their many premiere Hilton family hotels in the area". In other words, it's the old bait and switch game. I hope you take the time to read this review before they call and do the same to you.