Just wanted to share an experience with the community to make folks aware to check their invoices when checking out after a P+C stay. It appears that (due to a tech glitch?) the amount that HGP remits to the property for the points portion of the stay is listed on the customer's invoice as part of the 'charges.' So, when I was checking out this weekend (& was paying w/gift cards), both the 'cash' portion of this stay plus the internal HGP point-equivalent value was debited from my cards (I had not received a paper copy of the invoice, in advance, but had told the FD agent that I should not have any additional charges other than the cash portion of the P&C rate). As I was expecting to receive one of the cards back with the remaining value of $85.50, I knew something was wrong when the FD agent told me the remaining value was only $25.50! When I was handed the printed receipt, I quickly pointed out what the problem was & the agent had to get a supervisor involved for what ended up being a very time-consuming process to 'fix' the issue. In the end, they had to issue a separate gift card with the $60 that was erroneously debited from the original gift card (as they have no way to add value to an existing HGP gift card). (I do appreciate that if this was a straight credit card transaction, the overcharge would have simply been credited back to the card). The property was very apologetic and did give me some points for my inconvenience (after I politely asked if there was anything they could do for me as an HGP diamond). It was resolved on my end, but the property still has some internal accounting to straighten out in their system. So, just make sure to confirm what you are being charged on these P+C stays, as it appears that the system does not necessarily process them correctly (of course, it could have been 'user' error, but that is not my issue as a customer).