Earn 19,250 Bonus Hyatt Gold Passport Points

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Hyatt Gold Passport has launched their newest offer, where you can earn a 35% point bonus, when you purchase 5,000 or more points now through July 31, 2016. With the offer, you’d have the opportunity to earn 19,250 bonus Gold Passport points. Note, this offer appears to be targeted, and I have heard reports of higher bonuses, so be sure to check to see what you got!


With the offer, if you were to purchase 55,000 Gold Passport points, you’d receive 19,250 bonus points for a total cost of $1,320 for 74,250 points, which is a cost of 1.77 per point. You can leverage this promotion even more, with the 10% back in award stays through October 31, for Hyatt cardholders.


Terms & Conditions: 35% bonus offer available with a purchase of points made between 12:01 am ET July 11, 2016 and ends 11:59 pm ET July 31, 2016. Bonus points will be awarded upon completion of individual transactions. Points can be purchased in increments of 1,000, up to 55,000 points per calendar year. Members can receive points in increments of 1,000, up to 55,000 points per calendar year. Offer may be withdrawn or changed without notice.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. Chase Bank USA, N.A. is not responsible for offer fulfillment or the provision of or failure to provide the stated benefits and services.

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. You may purchase Hyatt Gold Passport points in increments of 1,000 up to 55,000 points per calendar year. Purchased points do not count toward Hyatt Gold Passport elite membership tiers. All Hyatt Gold Passport Terms and Conditions apply.

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  1. Could you offer your sense of whether the purchase price is worth it at “a total cost of $1,320 for 74,250 points, which is a cost of 1.77 per point.” Would this be a meaningful, wise investment to make?

  2. There seems to be a 40% offer for hyatt credit card holders. My wife and are both got emails today

  3. @Bernard: I would buy them for an upcoming award stay if any. I would not consider that as an investment honestly. Make sure you have availability for the dates you are looking for.

  4. According to their TOS you can only receive a maximum of 55.000 points per calender year. So if you buy 55.000 you wont receive the bonus points or they wont let you buy 55.000?

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