Double Your Hyatt Points Through May 31st At Select Properties

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From now through May 31, 2014 Hyatt Gold Passport members can double their points on reservations made in advance with participating properties. The trick is that you have to book the reservation using a “Double Points” rate, something which often makes me second guess if I’m actually getting a good deal or not.

How To Double Your Points

  • Book a double points rate at a participating Hyatt property using 2XPTS special offer code

Hyatt Double Points Promotion


Rate Comparison vs Extra Points

First off, let’s compare the amount of points earned by status level. Below is a list of the points earnings by status level. This will help you determine how many points you would earn as a baseline against the “double points” package.

  • Gold Member – 5 points per dollar
  • Platinum Member – 5 points per dollar plus 15% bonus (5.75 points per dollar)
  • Diamond Member – 5 points per dollar plus 30% bonus (6.5 points per dollar)

Next, you’ll need to compare rates of points earned through the package vs normal rates. Here’s an example:

Double Your Points Rate – Grand Hyatt Atlanta

  • Rate – $198.45
  • Base Points Earned – 5x per dollar
  • Bonus Points Earned – 5x per dollar
  • Total Base Points Earned – 1,984

Hyatt Double Points Rates

Advance Purchase Rate – Grand Hyatt Atlanta

  • Rate – $160.65
  • Base Points Earned – 5x per dollar
  • Bonus Points Earned – None
  • Total Base Points Earned – 803

The total cost above the advance rate is $37.80 per night, but with the double points package, you’ll earn an extra 1,181. This is essentially like purchasing Hyatt points for $.032 per point, not a good deal in my opinion.


Terms And Conditions

Offer valid for bookings between February 19, 2014 to May 31, 2014 and travel between March 1, 2014 to May 31, 2014 at participating hotels. 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 book and stay on the Double Your Points rate to receive bonus points. Hyatt Gold Passport members must provide their membership number and choose points for their stay. 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 4-6 weeks after travel is completed for Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points to be credited to your account. Rate is based on single occupancy and standard guest room accommodations. Additional guests may be subject to additional hotel charges. Additional charges apply to room-type upgrades. Promotional blackout periods may apply due to seasonal periods or special events, and normal arrival/departure restrictions apply. Hyatt reserves the right to alter or withdraw this program at any time without notice. Hyatt Hotels & Resorts® encompasses hotels managed, franchised or leased by subsidiaries and affiliates of Hyatt Hotels Corporation. The trademarks Hyatt®, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts®, Park Hyatt®, Andaz®, Grand Hyatt®, Hyatt Regency®, Hyatt Place®, HYATT house™, Hyatt Zilara™, Hyatt Ziva™, Hyatt Gold Passport®, and related marks are trademarks of Hyatt Corporation. © 2014 Hyatt Corporation. All rights reserved.


Bottom Line

The double points promotion is a way to increase your total points earned during a Hyatt stay. If you are paying for your own hotel, it doesn’t make sense given the high cost per point.


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