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Great Deal: 40% Bonus On Hyatt Points Purchases

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Hyatt is running a promotion where select members can receive up to a 40% bonus by purchasing Hyatt Gold Passport points at a great rate. Given the price per point, this makes a great deal to buy points and redeem them for top tier Hyatt properties like the:

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How To Get 40% Bonus

Hyatt Points Purchase 40 Percent Bonus

Promotion Details

  • Purchase 5,000 to 19,000 points and receive a 20% bonus
  • Purchase 20,000 to 39,000 points and receive a 30% bonus
  • Purchase 40,000 to 55,000 points and receive a 40% bonus

Purchase Hyatt Points 40 Percent Bonus

When you account for the bonus points, the cost of the Hyatt Gold Passport points comes out to $0.0171 per point. This means you can purchase enough points for a top tier hotel which requires 30,000 points for only ~$513 USD, a great rate.

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Terms And Conditions

Offer available for purchases made between 12:00 am ET Aug 4, 2014 and 11:59 pm ET Aug 18, 2014. Bonus points will be awarded upon completion of individual transactions. Offer only available when points are purchased for the purchaser’s account. Offer not valid for transactions gifting points. Offer may be withdrawn or changed without notice. Offer cannot be combined with any other offer. Only purchases made online are eligible for the promotion.

Price includes all applicable fees. GST/HST will be charged to Canadian residents. This transaction is completed by Points.com. Purchased points are not refundable and transactions are non-reversible. Purchased points are applicable toward all Hyatt Gold Passport awards. Points purchased using this option will post within 48 hours. Purchased points do not count toward Hyatt Gold Passport elite membership tiers. All Hyatt Gold Passport Terms and Conditions apply.

Bottom Line

I find Hyatt Gold Passport points some of the most valuable in the loyalty program world. So I actively go out of my way to earn points through promotions or pick up some points when they can be purchased at good rates.

Staying at some of the best Hyatt properties around the world is a treat in and of itself, but when you are getting a good deal, it makes it taste even better.

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If you are considering a Hyatt stay using points or dollars, consider picking up some Hyatt points at this good rate.

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About the author: The Weekly Flyer is writes about travel from a business traveler perspective. He travels the world every week accumulating points and miles along the way. Feel free to reach me at theweeklyflyer@gmail.com

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  • Gene August 5, 2014, 5:40 pm

    Top tier Hyatt hotels are 30,000 points per night, not 25,000.

  • Gene August 5, 2014, 5:45 pm

    I see you already fixed the point requirement, but the “cost” also needs to be updated to ~$513. That sounds expensive, but definitely a good deal for places like Paris, Zurich, Milan, Sydney, etc.

  • The Weekly Flyer August 5, 2014, 5:45 pm

    Hi Gene – 30,000 for category 7 and 25,000 for category 6.

  • Gene August 5, 2014, 5:45 pm

    Gee, you are like one keystroke ahead of me…. :)

  • The Weekly Flyer August 5, 2014, 5:47 pm

    :D

  • The Weekly Flyer August 5, 2014, 5:48 pm

    Can also be a good deal for suites in Categories 5 and 6 for those that are not Diamond members and don’t have the Diamond upgrade certificates.

  • Angelina August 5, 2014, 6:40 pm

    I don’t find this to be a good deal at all. Maybe because I would never spend $513 on a hotel room, period. :)

  • Ti August 5, 2014, 10:06 pm

    I am booking 4 weeks of vacation and was running out of Hyatt and Ultimate reward points, so I bought some.

    I find points most helpful for cash and point stays. Andaz Papagayo Spring Break 2015: $500/night x 7 nts= $4350 with tax and fees or $100+7500pt/nt = $870 with tax/fees + 52500pts (purchased @ $900)= $1770 all in. Cash and purchased points saves me $2580. C&P, unlike all points, allowed be to apply a Diamond suite upgrade. If suite was booked with cash, it would have cost me $6960. I normally do not but points, but in this case, it worked out well.

  • Al August 6, 2014, 12:30 am

    The link is currently broken…

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