Earn 1,500 Extra Hyatt Points With Stays In Atlanta


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Until Hyatt’s fall promotion, there are a few other promotions you can take advantage of if you are in a specific city. For example, you can earn a bonus 1,500 Hyatt Points this summer in New York. Now you can also earn a 1,500 point bonus for stays in Atlanta.

How To Earn Bonus 1,500 Hyatt Points

  • Book your Hyatt stay with rate code: ATL15

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Promotion Details

  • Valid on stays from August 1, 2013 through November 30, 2013
  • Valid at participating Atlanta Hyatt hotels (see detailed terms and conditions)
  • Must use rate code ATL15

Terms And Conditions

Offer valid August 1 through November 30, 2013 at Hyatt Atlanta Midtown, Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead, Hyatt Regency Atlanta, Hyatt Regency Suites Atlanta Northwest, Hyatt Place Atlanta Downtown, Hyatt Place Alpharetta/Windward Parkway, Hyatt Place Atlanta Johns Creek, Hyatt Place Atlanta/Cobb Galleria, Hyatt Place Duluth/Gwinnett Mall, Hyatt Place Atlanta Buckhead, Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport-South, Hyatt Place Atlanta/Norcross/Peachtree, Hyatt Place Atlanta/Perimeter Center, Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport-North and HYATT house Atlanta/Cobb Galleria. All hotel reservations are subject to availability and must be made in advance. Offer is not valid with groups/conventions and may not be combined with other promotional offers. Guest must request offer code ATL15 at time of reservation and check-in to receive bonus points. Hyatt Gold Passport members must choose points for their stay and pay an Eligible Rate. An “Eligible Rate” is any hotel published room rate, including, but not limited to rates found on hyatt.com or any Hyatt Gold Passport Hotel Partner website, the Hyatt Daily Rate, volume, AAA and senior citizen rates, etc. “Ineligible Rates” are discounted rates, including, but not limited to, any free night stays, Internet wholesale rates traditional wholesale rates (such as GOGO Worldwide Vacations, Pleasant Holidays, etc.), airline crew rates, airline employee rates, travel agency employee rates, Club at the Hyatt discount certificate stays, Hyatt Vacation Club stays, Hyatt employee or employee family discount rates, airline interrupted-trip vouchers or contracted rooms (a contract room is a room that has been reserved pursuant to a written and executed agreement between a hotel and a corporation, government agency or individual for a negotiated room rate in exchange for an agreed upon number of rooms to be rented for an extended period of time). Only one bonus may be redeemed per member, per stay. This promotion is subject to the terms and conditions of the Hyatt Gold Passport program. Please allow 6-8 weeks after travel is completed for Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points to be credited to your account.

Bottom Line

Hyatt’s fall promotion looks promising, until then consider other promotions such as adding the rate code ATL15 to your Hyatt reservation. Simply adding the code to an eligible stay could add another 1,500 bonus points to your Hyatt Gold Passport account.

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Comments

  1. i haven’t heard of any “fall promotion”… I haven’t seen it anywhere online. Or am I’m missing something here?

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