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Hyatt just announced their new promotion which start on January 15, 2014 and will run through April 30, 2014. Through this promotion, you’ll have the opportunity to choose if you want to earn free nights, or bonus points.
Registation is not currently open and will not begin until January 9, 2014.
Beginning January 15, 2014, there will be more ways to reward yourself with our Hyatt Gold Passport Endless Possibilities promotion. You can earn a free night or thousands of bonus points after every five nights you stay with us by April 30.
Choose Free Nights
Earn a free night at any Category 1-4 Hyatt hotel worldwide after every five nights. Enjoy 4 free nights after you stay a maximum of 20 nights. Redeem your free nights with no blackout dates through July 31, 2014.
Or, Choose Bonus Points
Earn 5,000 Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points after your first five nights and thousands more for every additional five nights. After 20 nights, you’ll earn 50,000 bonus points. Here’s how the points add up:
Stay 5 Nights, Earn +5,000 Points = 5,000 Total Points Earned
Stay 10 Nights, Earn +10,000 Points = 15,000 Total Points Earned
Stay 15 Nights, Earn +15,000 Points = 30,000 Total Points Earned
Stay 20 Nights, Earn +20,000 Points = 50,000 Total Points Earned
We haven’t seen a Hyatt promotion in a while that has given free nights as a reward, so I like how you’re able to earn free nights through this new promotion.
With this promotion, if you’re only going to stay 5 or 10 nights, I probably would opt to earn the Free Nights, however if you can manage to stay 15 nights or 20 nights, then I would go with the Bonus Points option.
The free nights earned through this promotion can only be redeemed at Category 1-4 properties, but there are many nice Category 4 properties out there such as the Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf, Hyatt Santa Barbara, Hyatt Escala Lodge at Park City, Grand Hyatt Seattle, Grand Hyatt San Antonio, and the Andaz Savannah.
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