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Hyatt has announced on this Flyertalk thread their new “The Big Welcome” Promotion where you earn 1 Free night for every 2 qualifying Hyatt stays or 5,000 Hyatt points for every 2 qualifying stays.
- Friday March 26th, 2010 through June 30th, 2010 you can earn 1 free night or 5,000 points for every 2 qualifying Hyatt stays
- Redeem free nights from April 1st, 2010 through August 31st, 2010
- You can earn the 5,000 points if you choose miles or points as your earning option
Registration will be open starting March 26th, 2010. You can register here starting on March 26th.
These free night promotions are my favorite promotions. In this post link I detailed my 4 night trip report to the Hyatt Lake Tahoe where I used 4 Next Big Thing award nights from Hyatt’s last free night promotion. If you think you will have the opportunity to redeem alot of these free night awards I would choose the free night option, however if your summer travel is already booked up, then I would choose the point option and select miles as an earning choice so you can take advantage of this 2500 United mile promtion in conjunction with the 5,000 Hyatt points for ever 2 stays.
Still waiting to see what SPG’s 2nd quarter promotion is…
Win A Trip for 2 to Austrailia Update
You still have a chance to get up to 20 entries into the Austrailia trip giveaway from American Express and Boarding Area. There are only 167 comments on the Official entry post. Make sure you enter into the win a trip to Austrailia promotion here. I would also encourage you to visit the other participating blogs to get as many entries possible into this promotion.
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