Hyatt’s Fall Promotion is Open for Registration

Aug 16, 2012

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Registration for Hyatt’s new fall promotion is now open so be sure to register if you have any upcoming Hyatt stays. Earlier this month, I talked about the details including my take on it. Depending on the number of nights you stay, you earn an extra 1,000-1,857 extra points per night (20% bonus if you have the Hyatt credit card), starting at the 5-night threshold. You must register by October 31 and stay at any Hyatt hotel worldwide from September 1 – November 30.

To recap, here’s how the numbers break down:

Stay                  Bonus                               Total Bonus Points Earned
5 Nights             5,000 bonus points             5,000
10 Nights           10,000 bonus points         15,000
15 Nights           10,000 bonus points         25,000
20 Nights          10,000 bonus points         35,000
25 Nights          10,000 bonus points         45,000
30 Nights          10,000 bonus points         55,000
35 Nights          10,000 bonus points         65,000

On top of these bonuses, remember, if you have the Hyatt credit card, you’ll earn 20% more bonus points– an additional 1,000 after your first five nights and 2,000 bonus points for every five nights after that. So if you completed all 35 nights, you’d earn a total of 78,000 bonus Gold Passport points.

While this promotion doesn’t have me jumping for joy, I definitely think it’s doable to rack up a fair amount of bonus points through it, and it’s nice to see Hyatt keeping the bonus-earning formula simple, as opposed to the multitude of options Starwood Preferred Guest Members had to sort through with the SPG Nice Choice promotion this summer. I also think the 20% bonus for Chase Hyatt Visa cardholders is a small ray of light, and another feature of the card that will keep it in my wallet for some time to come – as does the fact that I get an additional 3 Hyatt points per dollar spent at Hyatt.

Full Terms and Conditions

ELIGIBLE NIGHTS: For the purpose of this Offer, an “Eligible Night” shall be defined as one (1) night at any participating hotel or resort when choosing points or miles and paying an Eligible Rate (as defined below). Award nights shall not constitute an Eligible Night. Hyatt Gold Passport members will only receive eligible night credit for their room, regardless of the number of paid rooms.

BONUS POINT POSTING: Please allow two to three (2-3) weeks after your fifth Eligible Night (and every five Eligible Nights thereafter) for bonus points to be posted to your Hyatt Gold Passport account (allow 4-6 weeks for bonus points from nights outside the U.S.).

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