Free 1,000 Hyatt Gold Passport Points (Targeted)

Dec 3, 2014

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According to this Flyertalk thread, Hyatt is sending out emails to customers offering them a 1,000 free Hyatt Gold Passport points. The emails seem to be targeted at Hyatt Gold Passport members with the co-branded Hyatt Visa, though it can’t hurt to check to see if you’re able to register.

Hyatt's giving a way 1,000 Gold Passport points to select targeted customers
Hyatt’s giving away 1,000 Gold Passport points to select customers

If you did receive an email, it should read something like this:

We’re so happy to have you as a Hyatt Gold Passport Diamond member and Hyatt Credit Cardmember. That’s why we’re giving you 1,000 Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points.

It’s easy to get your gift, simply accept it by clicking the button below. There’s nothing else you need to do to enjoy your points. They will appear in your account 30 days after you accept them. Just be sure to claim your gift before January 31, 2015 – it’s a thousand thanks from us to you.

Park Hyatt Aviara
Park Hyatt Aviara

Once you receive the email, click on the “Accept” button to get your points, taking you to a webpage where you will type in your Hyatt Gold Passport number to register and “accept” your gifted points. If you do not “accept” your gift by January 31, 2015, you will not receive your 1,000 point bonus, so make sure to do so before they expire.

As always with targeted promotions, you can give it shot and enter even if you haven’t received the email, and you never know–it may work. Also, make sure to check your spam folder because some have reported this email going there and not to your regular inbox.

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