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I wrote about the fall Hyatt Possibilities promo a few weeks ago when the promotion was first introduced, but I wanted to let you know that as of today the registration link is live! You must register by October 31st, and the promotion runs from September 1st – November 30th. As a reminder, here are the major details from the promotion.
Earn 5,000 Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points after your first five eligible nights and 10,000 more for every five nights after that, for a total of up to 65,000 bonus points.
5 Nights + 5,000 bonus points = 5,000
10 Nights + 10,000 bonus points = 15,000
15 Nights + 10,000 bonus points = 25,000
20 Nights + 10,000 bonus points = 35,000
25 Nights + 10,000 bonus points = 45,000
30 Nights + 10,000 bonus points = 55,000
35 Nights + 10,000 bonus points = 65,000
Additionally, if you have a Hyatt Credit Card you earn a 20% bonus on top of the points earned through this promotion. Quick tip: the best offer for the Hyatt Visa is sometimes found when you go to make a Hyatt reservation, so be on the look-out. If you had a Hyatt Visa and were to actually stay 35 nights during this promotion, that would be an extra 13,000 Hyatt points. Considering free Hyatt reward nights start at just 5,000 points for Category 1 hotels, and top out at 22,000 points per night for Category 6 hotels, this promotion really isn’t too bad. Of course, most non-road warriors will only get 5K – 15K bonus points from this, at best. I will likely have 10 paid Hyatt nights during the promotion, so I should get 15,000 bonus points. If you have choices in your business or leisure travel, I would make sure to do Hyatt nights in multiples of 5. For example, it would be silly to have 9 nights in the promo period when just one more night would earn you an extra 10,000 points. 10,000 Hyatt points would be worth one inexpensive “mattress run” for my family.
The last few Hyatt promotions have progressively gotten a bit weaker, but I am still much happier with a promo than without a promo. As always, it makes more sense to register for a promo and not need it, than have some unexpected Hyatt stays and miss out on the registration window.
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