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Hyatt has been industry leading with their promotions recently- with multiple rounds of Faster Free Nights (one free night for every two stays), I thought for sure they’d take a breather.
Instead, they’ve stepped up their airline bonuses, encouraging members to bank to airline accounts instead of Hyatt points. Below is a list of current promotions and their eligible dates. These are retroactive, so if you’ve missed out, contact Hyatt to get credit. The great thing is that most of these bonuses are per night, unlike most hotel promotions which are based on stays.
British Airways– 1,000 Executive Club points per night, up to 35,000 points (5,000 point bonus at 25 stays) Aug 1- Nov 1, 2010
American- 3,000 miles per stay, up to 20 stays (60,000 miles total). July 6- October 15, 2010.
United Elite Member Bonus– 2,000 bonus miles per stay (stackable with the 1,000 bonus). Nov 1, 2009- Jan 11, 2011.
Ink Plus® Business Credit Card
|Intro APR||Regular APR||Annual Fee||Foreign Transaction Fee||Credit Rating|
|N/A||15.49%-19.49% Variable||$95||0%||Excellent Credit|