Gold Status Guest Rewards (inactive) Hilton, when they sell you a vacation package, does NOT tell you they are dumping you into Priceline. Priceline bookings, at a Hilton property, cancels-out the ability to receive points. I booked a six-night stay at the Hilton Union Square, San Francisco. I thought I'd be saving money if I let Hilton book my air travel. So I went to a Hilton site and booked a hotel and air package. At NO point in this process was I alerted to the fact that Priceline, not Hilton, was doing the hotel and air booking. A Mr. Ching, a front desk supervisor at the Union Square Hilton, indicated that I would NOT receive any points but, because of my Gold status, I would get free internet; a bottle of water, and a room upgrade--if there was a vacant room. It appears that Hilton, intentionally or unintentionally, concealed the fact that Priceline, not Hilton, did my air and hotel bookings. Accordingly I feel I should, at least, be allowed to receive Honors points at the "Blue" membership rate--10 points for every dollar charged to my room bill. Am I being reasonable? Who should I contact?