Hyatt Gold Passport 3,000 miles for 2-night stay American, Alaska, Aeroplan

Hyatt Gold Passport offers 2,500 airline bonus miles for American Airlines, Air Canada Aeroplan, and Alaska Airlines with hotel stays of two or more consecutive nights worldwide from January 15 through April 30, 2010. Gold Passport members choosing miles instead of points normally earn 500 miles per stay. This promotional offer adds 2,500 bonus miles for a total of 3,000 airline miles per hotel stay of 2 nights or more.

Registration is required.

American Airlines AAdvantage http://goldpassport.com/gp/en/aa/offer1.jsp?me02_mbr_src=AQ1AA


Air Canada Aeroplan



Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan http://www.goldpassport.com/gp/en/aa/offer4.jsp?me02_mbr_src=AQ1AL

Readers please add info for other airline partners if known. I spent time with a Hyatt Gold Passport Diamond desk agent and learned about some international airline bonuses starting in February, but no additional airline participants were revealed for this 3,000 miles for 2-night or longer stays.

United Airlines Mileage Plus elites already have a 2,500 miles per stay Hyatt Gold Passport promotional offer valid for one night or more stays throughout 2010. A Virgin Airlines offer for double miles on Europe, Middle East, and Africa stays through February 28 is also detailed in the link from the previous sentence.

[Loyalty Traveler note: I have been waiting all week for the Hilton HHonors category changes to be posted. I guess HHonors is preventing member confusion by not providing any advance hotel category postings for changes going into effect tomorrow.

Today, January 14 is the last day to book rewards under the 2009 category levels. Friday, January 15 is the beginning of a new HHonors redemption era. I am sure Hilton HHonors will receive plenty of attention from me starting tomorrow.]

Hyatt Gold Passport Alaska Airlines offer

Hyatt Gold Passport Alaska Airlines offer

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 BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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