Fast Track To Hyatt Globalist in 2017 Fast Track To Hyatt Globalist in 2017

Fast Track To Hyatt Globalist in 2017

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World of Hyatt has launched a promo that lets you accelerate your progress to Hyatt Globalist status if you have The Hyatt Credit Card. The promo is in the form of a challenge, where you have to stay 20 nights to achieve Globalist status. The promotion is only open to cardholders but will let you hit Globalist three times faster than normal if you're a cardmember.

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Key Terms

  • To take part you must be a holder of The Hyatt Credit Card
  • You need to register for the promotion before completing any stays
  • Registration must be completed by September 30, 2017
  • Stays dates must be between September 1 and December 31, 2017
  • Depending on your current status the nights needed for Globalist status are listed below:


This year has been a big one for Hyatt; with some big changes earlier in the year, Hyatt has seen changes and improvements continuously. From the introduction of experiential rewards to changing the signup bonuses on the Hyatt Card, the company has gone out of their way to improve and hopefully keep their top tier elite group thriving.

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  • This may make it attainable for me. Love Hyatt, but the smaller footprint makes it hard to achieve status.

  • I kind of wonder if Hyatt realised they disenfranchised all the “stay” Globalists, and they realised that they have an opportunity for a mid-mid-tier that doesn’t get guaranteed upgrades and a free night, but still attracts some revenue to their chains. After all, 60 nights isn’t easy – it’s a full 10 more than SPG, which has some fairly decent properties (and better footprint outside the US). Of course, on the downside, because these “mid-tier Globalists” get the same suite upgrades, that does dilute the pool of “on the spot upgrades”… so while an interesting revenue strategy for Hyatt, it’s crappy for the actual elites.

  • R.K. Agarwal says:

    Dilutes the status, but good since it makes it attainable.

  • It’s really hard to swing my stays over to Hyatt even if I do enjoy their properties. Am working on keeping my Hilton Diamond status and I can’t be in two places at once, unfortunately.

  • this sucks for those of us who qualify with 60 nights

  • This is a nice shortcut to highest tier. Need to figure out if it’s worth it.

  • I think the “key terms” section is missing some info, like the number of nights required by beginning tier. Also, I thought I’d read the elite status one earns from completing this challenge did not come with all the same benefits that it would if earned normally?