3,000 Hyatt Point Bonus for Every 3 Nights Until September 30

Aug 5, 2011

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There have been some airline mile specific Hyatt promos announced recently, like 1,000 British Airways miles a night, but today a reader emailed me a 3,000 Hyatt point bonus for every 3 night promo, which I think is more lucrative. Max bonus of 30,000 Hyatt points. Register here.
Update: It looks like there is a 5,000 points per three nights. Register here. Hat tip TPG reader Alex. I was also able to register for this- this should be interested to see which I actually get! I’d love to get both! :-)

“Discover Possibilities with 3,000 Bonus Points

Start earning bonus points toward your next dream vacation after every three nights.

  • Register today1 by providing your Hyatt Gold Passport™ number
  • Earn 3,000 bonus points after every 3 eligible nights through September 30, 2011
  • Take advantage of it multiple times and earn up to 30,000 bonus points”
    It says it is targeted, but it accepted my registration, which is nice since I’ll be staying at Hyatt hotels over the Star Mega Do.

I’d much rather see a Faster Free Nights promotion (free night for every 2 stays), but I’ll take all the bonus points I can get!

Hat tip TPG reader Matt!

Remember: Sapphire Preferred Points transfer 1:1 to Hyatt, so the Sapphire Preferred card nets 53,500 Hyatt points (when 7% points dividend is factored in) and the fee is waived the first year.


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