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I’ve developed a plan to max out earning with the Hyatt Possibilities promotion. There are only about 9 more weeks to earn a qualifying stay and only about 5 weeks to register.
With the new promotion you can earn up to 44,000 Hyatt Gold Passport points by staying at a Hyatt Hotel from February 1, 2012 through April 30th, 2012. Each stay counts towards a new tiered bonus.
After reading how my friend Alex earned over 125,000 Hyatt points in 26 days, I got motivated to take another look at where I am with this promotion.
I signed up for this promotion as soon as it was announced by Jeff Zidell. Currently, I’m sitting at 4 qualifying stays for this promotion, so I need 12 more stays to max out the bonuses. The 12 stay number also happens to be the Diamond status challenge threshold, so I plan to double dip with a Hyatt Diamond challenge as well since I was downgraded to Platinum for the first time in 5 years.
To get the 12 stays, I will stay at a variety of Hyatt’s including Hyatt House, Hyatt Place, Hyatt Regency, Hyatt and possibly a Grand Hyatt. My upcoming travel has me in at least two cities for each of the next several weeks. So if I earn at least 2 stays per week, I’ll max out the promotion with a few weeks to spare.
How To Register
You can register for the promotion through this link
Earn a bonus for every four nights at a Hyatt
- Stay 4 earn 4,000 points
- Stay 8 earn 8,000 points
- Stay 12 earn 12,000 points
- Stay 16 earn 20,000 points
I like point earning promotions because points can be banked and don’t expire like free award nights. I do prefer faster free nights because you can redeem for some top tier properties like the Park Hyatt Paris, but this promotion is a great way to bulk up on Hyatt point balances. Since I burned over 1,734,000 points and miles last year, my accounts can use all the help they can get.
Make sure you register by March 31, 2012.
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