Sign up for Hyatt’s Bonus Points Promotion, Ends March 31

by James Andrew Scott on March 28, 2012

in Deals, Hyatt, Hyatt Gold Passport

Starwood Hotel, Blue Palace Resort and Spa, Crete GreeceSign up for Hyatt’s Bonus Points Promotion by March 31, 2012 and receive 4,000 bonus points in Hyatt’s Gold Passport program for staying 4 or more nights at participating Hyatt hotels.  You may accumulate the nights in multiple stays.   Hyatt free nights can be redeemed for a few as 5,000 points (category 1 hotels such as Hyatt Place).   These bonus points are in addition to the points you normally earn as a Gold Passport member (5 points per dollar spent at Hyatt; plus 15% bonus for Platinum members and 30% for Diamond members).

Assuming 4 nights at $100/night, you’ll have earned 2,000 points plus the 4,000 point bonus for 6,000 points total–more than enough for a free night and enough for a 6,000 point suite upgrade (for up to 4 night stays).

This offer, while not quite as generous as Marriott’s 2 for 1 MegaBonus offer (Hyatt’s deal is essentially 4 for 1), it’s still attractive if you are able to secure eligible rates at an attractive price point.  Just be sure your rate is eligible; rooms booked through internet wholesale sites like,, etc. rates are not eligible.

Here’s how it works:

1) Be a Hyatt Gold Passport member.  Join for free.

2) Register for the promotion with Hyatt here by March 31, 2012.

3) Stay at least 4 nights at participating Park Hyatt®, Andaz®, Grand Hyatt®, Hyatt Regency®, Hyatt®, Hyatt Place® , Hyatt House™, Hyatt Summerfield Suites® and Hyatt Residence Club® hotels and resorts from now until April 30 and earn bonus points according to the following chart:

Stay Earn
4 Nights  4,000 points
8 Nights  8,000 points
12 Nights  12,000 points
16 Nights  20,000 points


  • These points are cumulative. A maximum of 44,000 bonus points may be earned during the Promotion Period.
  • Rate must be an eligible rate defined as any hotel published room rate, including,  rates found on, the Hyatt Daily Rate, volume, AAA and senior citizen rates.
  • “Ineligible Rates” are discounted rates, any free night stays, internet wholesale rates such as,, Hyatt discount certificate stays, employee or employee family discount rates, airline interrupted-trip vouchers, or contracted room rates.

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