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Although this promotion that has been available for several weeks this one is worth mentioning in case you were not aware of it: Hyatt is offering 6x the airline miles per 2-day stay. The total amount of miles awarded per stay is 3,000 miles for a majority of the airlines. The offer is valid until August 31, 2009. Click on your airline program of choice from the list below to enroll:
Hyatt: Earn 3,000 Airline Miles
Air Canada (Aeroplan) – 3,000 Miles
Alaska Airlines – 3,000 Miles
American Airlines (AAdvantage) – 3,000 Miles
Continental (OnePass) – 3,000 Miles
Delta (SkyMiles) – 3,000 Miles
Midwest (Midwest Miles) – 3,000 Miles
Southwest (Rapid Rewards) – 3 Rapid Rewards Credits
United (Mileage Plus) – 3,000 Miles
US Airways (Dividend Miles) – 3,000 Miles
Virgin Atlantic (Flying Club) – 4,500 Miles
Amtrak (Amtrak Guest Rewards) – 3,000 points
The Terms and Condition of the American Airlines Offer (although they are all similar):
Stay 2 Nights and Earn 3,000 Miles! You can now earn 6 times the miles, for a total of 3,000 American Airlines AAdvantage(R) miles, on every Hyatt stay through August 31, 2009. To earn six times the miles:
- Enroll in Hyatt’s Gold Passport program if you are not already a member.
- Stay at any Hyatt worldwide through August 31, 2009.
- Provide your Hyatt Gold Passport and AAdvantage(R) account number upon reservation and check-in.
- Request AAdvantage(R) miles at check-in for each of your eligible stays.
As stated in my review of Hyatt Gold Passport Program last week, Hyatt usually offers a conversion of points to miles at a 2.5 points to 1 mile ratio. To really leverage your Hyatt stays be sure to utilize the G code offer and the MasterCard promotion. With these promotions you will be able to earn over 3,500 points per stay in addition to the 3,000 airline miles. The 3,000 miles being offered per stay is equalivent to 7,500 points which, along with these promotions, is equalivent to getting 3+ one-day stays in a two-day stay.
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