Sign 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 priceline.com, hotels.com, 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:
|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 hyatt.com, the Hyatt Daily Rate, volume, AAA and senior citizen rates.
- “Ineligible Rates” are discounted rates, any free night stays, internet wholesale rates such as priceline.com, hotels.com, Hyatt discount certificate stays, employee or employee family discount rates, airline interrupted-trip vouchers, or contracted room rates.