Aug152012

Hyatt Gold Passport 5k/10k Sep 1-Nov 30 promotion registration open

Hyatt Gold Passport “Possibilities” promotion registration is now live. Members must register by October 31, 2012 to be eligible for this offer. Hotel stays worldwide from September 1 through November 30, 2012 will earn 5,000 bonus points after 5 nights and 10,000 bonus points for every additional 5 nights. The offer is limited to 65,000 bonus points after 35 nights. Award nights do not count as eligible nights for this offer.

The more nights you stay, the more bonus points you earn!

  • Stay 5 Nights and earn 5,000 bonus points = 5,000 bonus points.
  • Stay 10 Nights and earn 10,000 bonus points = 15,000 bonus points.
  • Stay 15 Nights and earn 10,000 bonus points = 25,000 bonus points.
  • Stay 20 Nights and earn 10,000 bonus points = 35,000 bonus points.
  • Stay 25 Nights and earn 10,000 bonus points = 45,000 bonus points.
  • Stay 30 Nights and earn 10,000 bonus points = 55,000 bonus points.
  • Stay 35 Nights and earn 10,000 bonus points = 65,000 bonus points.

Hyatt Credit Card members earn an additional 20% bonus points.

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Hyatt Gold Passport Possibilities Sep 1 – Nov 30, 2012

Here is my Loyalty Traveler August 3 assessment of this offer, a promotion I think is a decent rebate for Hyatt Gold Passport loyalists. The 5-night threshold makes this a good offer for someone who can reach 10 nights during the three month promotion period.  

There are likely better promotions for casual travelers looking for a bonus on one night stays. Marriott Rewards free nightafter two stays Sep 15-Jan 15, 2013 is another good choice.

Loyalty Traveler hotel promotions pageshows all the top hotel promotions currently available.

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Comments

  1. As someone with no wiggle room with their credit cards, I hope the additional Chase Hyatt Visa bonus doesn’t become a quarterly promotion trend with other chains like Hilton. I think we will eventually see it adopted by others, though. Marriott is probably the next to fall, another Chase partner.

    I just hate to leave points like that on the table when staying with Hyatt….

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