Hyatt’s recent Next Big Thing promotion allows you to earn a free night at a Hyatt for every 2 stays at a Hyatt property. This promotion was recently amended (see post #47) by Hyatt to allow you to select miles (instead of Hyatt points). This is fantastic news because United is running some really good mile promotions for staying at Hyatt properties right now.
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United Promotions for Hyatt Stays
This is all good news so now you’ll be able to combine the Next Big Thing promotion with the 2 United mile earning promotions (5k per stay & 2.5k per 2 stays). So you can now earn 5k United Miles + the standard 500 United mile amount for every Hyatt stay + 2500 United Miles for every 2 stays.
So lets assume you stay 4 nights a week and switch between Hyatt properties every night you’ll earn at the following rate:
1st Night – 5000 United Miles + 500 United Miles
2nd Night – 5000 United Miles + 500 United Miles + 2500 United Mile Bonus
3rd Night – 5000 United Miles + 500 United Miles
4th Night – 5000 United Miles + 500 United Miles + 2500 United Mile Bonus
Total United Miles earned in 4 nights = 27,000 United Miles
Even if you don’t normally fly United, this promotion is well worth taking advantage of to earn the maximum amount of miles for your hotel stays.
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