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It's been six months since Hyatt Gold Passport's last global promotion ended and members have waited patiently for a new program worthy of putting in some extra effort. That’s set to change after Hyatt earlier this week confirmed a new points program for Spring 2016.
The promotion will be open to all HPG members globally and is offering up to 75,000 points on paid stays at Hyatt properties, including those at the lower end of the spectrum.
Staying 5 nights will net you a bonus of 5,000 points, 10 nights earns 10,000, jumping up to 25 nights which adds 75,000 points.
See the table below for an outline of the earning structure.
Taking advantage of all 25 stays will earn you 3000 extra points a night. And as HPG points are valued at roughly 1.4/1.5 cents per point, that’s in the range of $40 and $45 extra value. An awesome rate when you combine it with the regular points accrued for your stay.
The promotion is also worth a look if you are aiming for Diamond HGP status, taking you halfway to the required 50 nights. As one of the best value hotel promotions we’ve seen in a while, if you already have travel plans in place, it may be worth rearranging them to profit from this giveaway.
A few examples of what your 75,000-point haul can be redeemed for:
- 5 nights at the category 4 Hyatt Place Marathon/Florida Keys
- 3 nights in a category 6 such as the Bellagio or the Hyatt Times Square New York
- Using cash and points, you could stretch to 3 nights at one of Hyatt's premier category 7 properties like the Park Hyatt Tokyo or Sydney.
To qualify for the extra points, book nights at any hotel that earns regular Hyatt Gold Passport points. Bookings must be made through the Hyatt website or over the phone. Hyatt will not credit bookings through third-party websites such as Expedia or Jetsetter, nor are free night awards eligible, only cash or points & cash bookings.
Hyatt Gold Passport will also credit points from stays at participating M Life properties in Vegas but, again, bookings must be made through the Hyatt or MGM websites.
The promo opened for registration April 1 so now is the time to head over and register. Points will be awarded two to three weeks after each stay and are automatically tracked, stays booked earlier will also count as long as they are within the qualifying period. And if you are not in a position to complete the full 25 stays, it’s still worth the time to register so you can pick up those extra points for any expected, and unexpected, Hyatt stays.
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