Hyatt Gold Passport: "Free Trial" or Upgrade Offer


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Hyatt Faster Free Nights are just a few weeks away so as you preparing your plans for Hyatt stays you may want to consider getting to Platinum or Diamond membership levels faster to take advantage of their benefits. Hyatt currently has a promotion will provide you with complimentary Platinum status that would normally take 5 stays or 15 nights to achieve. To maintain the Platinum status all you have to do is stay 5 nights with 120 days of enrollment. After completion of the 5 night requirement you will have the status until February of 2011. Diamond can be achieve with just 15 nights.

To receive the benefit of this promotion, new members must enroll in Hyatt Gold Passport via goldpassport.com/trialoffer and current members must call Gold Passport Customer Service at (800) 228-3360 between May 1, 2009 and September 15, 2009.

Trial Platinum Membership

  • Join Hyatt Gold Passport today.
  • Enjoy the benefits of Platinum membership, such as 15% point bonus. (Normally requires 5 stays or 15 nights)

Maintain Platinum Membership

  • Stay 5 eligible nights at Hyatt within 120 days of enrollment.
  • Membership valid through February 2011.

Upgrade to Diamond Membership

  • Stay a total of 15 eligible nights at Hyatt within 120 days of enrollment.
  • Enjoy the benefits of Diamond membership, such as 30% point bonus, complimentary Regency upgrade, welcome amenity and more. (Normally requires 25 stays or 50 nights)
  • Membership valid through February 2011.

My Prescription

Take advantage of this offer. Sign up now and when you are doing your Hyatt stays for Fast Free Nights you will be at Diamond after just 15 nights. A great deal that will pay off with a better chance for upgrades when you use your faster free nights. For information on the Hyatt Rewards Program read my review published last month.

Editorial Note: Opinions, analyses, reviews or suggestions expressed on this site are those of the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any card issuer. This post was accurate at the time of posting, offer may be unavailable on this site at a later time. For details on current offers visit the card issuer’s site.

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