Earn up to 65,000 Hyatt Points this Summer!

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Hyatt just announced their new promotion that will run between June 1 and September 30, 2015. It is a pretty decent offer especially compared to some of the other hotels chain promotions at the same time. There are a total of four different offers, but unfortunately you are not able to select the promotion that works best for you. Every account has been targeted for one select offer and you can try registering for all four until the system takes your account number and confirms you’ve been registered.

The Four Different Offers:

  • Stay One Night, Earn 3,000 points: Receive 3,000 points after you first eligible stay
  • Stay Ten Nights, Earn 20,000 points: Receive 20,000 points after you complete 10 eligible stays
  • Earn up to 50,000 points:
    • 5 nights: Earn 5,000 points after you complete 5 eligible nights
    • 10 nights: Earn an additional 10,000 points after you complete 10 nights (15,000 points total)
    • 15 nights: Earn an additional 15,000 points after you complete 15 nights (30,000 points total)
    • 20 nights: Earn an additional 20,000 points after you complete 20 nights (50,000 points total)
  • Earn up to 65,000 points:
    • 15 nights: Earn 30,000 points after you complete 15 eligible nights
    • 20 nights: Earn an additional 15,000 points after you complete 20 nights (45,000 points total)
    • 25 nights: Earn an additional 20,000 points after you complete 25 nights (50,000 points total)

I was personally targeted for the “Earn up to 50,000 point” offer, but there are slim chances I’ll actually be able to take advantage. As of right now, I have no Hyatt hotels planned for the summer. But if I am able to snag 5 nights, I’ll be 5,000 points richer.

For those that stay at Hyatt hotels often and have the opportunity to earn 65,000 points that is pretty good. Hyatt points can go relatively far so earning that number of points can give some qualify free hotel nights.

For those able to take advantage of their targeted offer, enjoy!

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  1. O.k., I went ahead and signed up. Thanks. I got the third one.

    However, why hasn’t Hyatt promoted this? I have a Hyatt stay coming up this weekend, but I haven’t received an e’mail telling me about the promo. A promotion doesn’t promote much if the potential customers don’t know about it.

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