Reminder: Earn 20% Points Back from Hyatt Gold Passport

Jun 11, 2015

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As a reminder, you can receive 20% back when redeeming Hyatt Gold Passport points for award stays, points + cash, suite upgrades and dining and spa activities through July 31, 2015. This promotion is valid only for Hyatt Credit Cardmembers who have already registered for this offer — unfortunately registration closed on March 31, 2015.

Hyatt Gold Passport has an award chart with 7 tiers, starting as low as 5,000 points for a category 1 standard room. For cardmembers who aren’t familiar with the Hyatt hotel categories, or those who haven’t redeemed recently, here’s a refresher:

The offer reads:

To qualify for this bonus offer, your account must be open and not in default at the time of fulfillment. Only points redeemed between 2/17/2015 and 7/31/2015 will be eligible for this promotion. If a redemption is connected to a stay, the entire stay must be completed by 7/31/2015. Points redeemed for Avis car rental certificates or points transferred to airline partners are not eligible for this promotion. Please allow 4-6 weeks after your points redemption has been completed for your bonus Hyatt Gold Passport points to be loaded into your account.

For those who already registered, keep in mind that Hyatt is a Chase transfer partner, so if you need to boost your account for a redemption, you can move points over from Ultimate Rewards as well.

For ways to maximize this offer, check out this post.

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