New Hyatt G Bonuses through February 28, 2010

In-the-know Hyatt Gold Passport members know to look for G bonuses prior to booking a Hyatt brand hotel reservation. Individual hotels have special bonus points offers (some hotels offer bonus miles) which are found on the Hyatt Gold Passport Special Offers page, but not under the Hyatt Special Offers tab. This can be confusing if you don’t know where to look for the link.

The link for Hyatt Gold Passport G bonus special offer points and miles is located in the dark shaded column area at the right of the Gold Passport Special Offers page.

Hyatt Gold Passport Special Offers page (G Bonus link in right column)

Hyatt Gold Passport Special Offers page (G Bonus link in right column)

About 250 hotels of 400+ Hyatt brand hotels globally offer some kind of G Bonus Points or A bonus miles offers with the current list of hotels.  Booking through the G Bonus link or calling customer service to add the G Bonus special offer to your reservation is an easy way to greatly increase the 5 points per US$1 earned from a hotel stay.

G Bonus offers come in several versions labeled G1 (1,000 points), G2 (2,000 points), G3 (1,500 points) and may be restricted to certain days of the week as shown by the color code. There are sometimes “A Bonuses” for airline miles.

Hyatt Gold Passport G-Bonus Offers

Hyatt Gold Passport G-Bonus Offers


Hyatt Regency Sacramento only offers the G2 bonus for 2,000 points per stay on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday nights as shown by its red color and color key.

Hyatt Regency Santa Clara offers the G2 bonus for 2,000 points for a stay any night of the week. A Hyatt Gold Passport Diamond elite can earn 2,000 G Bonus points, 1,000 Diamond amenity points, and credit for a free night after every two stays with the current Next Big Thing promotion. That is one generous offer for a hotel that has recently had some weekend rates under $80 per night. Free hotel nights using points start at 5,000 points per night.

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined in 2008.

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