Hyatt has introduced an Endless Possibilities promotion where Gold Passport members can earn a free night with a four-night stay or 5,000 bonus points for a five night stay. Stays must be completed between January 15 and April 30.
To be eligible, travelers must register on the website before March 31. New members are eligible once they sign up for the loyalty program and then register for the promotion. During the sign up process members choose whether they want to earn free nights or points
Free nights or more points?
If travelers opt to earn free nights, after each four-night stay they bank one free night. After eight nights they earn two free nights, up to four. Free nights can be redeemed at any category 1-4 Hyatt hotel. There are no blackout dates. Free nights must be used by July 31.
Members who choose to earn points will receive 5,000 Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points after they complete a five night stay. They continue to earn additional points when they book additional stays in five night increments. Folks can earn up to 50,000 points for 20 nights.
5 Nights = 5,000 Points
10 Nights = 15,000 Points
15 Nights = 30,000 Points
20 nights = 50,000 Points
Points can be redeemed for free nights, as well as upgrades, spa services and dining. For stays to be eligible, members must provide their Hyatt Gold Passport membership number when they make their reservation and when they check in.
The Hyatt Gold Passport program has upped the ante for members with some new additions to their program. The new My Elite Rate means that Platinum and Diamond members now receive a 20% discount on day rates when booking a standard room.
All members can now use a combination of cash and points to get a free night at Hyatt hotels and resorts. These stays can be used toward gaining tier status, and the cash can be used to earn points.
In the past inactive memberships were closed after a year, but memberships now stay active for 24 months.
Some things remained the same, members still earn five Hyatt Gold Passport points for each dollar they spend at the Hyatt and M life resort’s in Las Vegas. Points can also be redeemed for miles and used to book trips with 28 of their travel partners.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation owns and operates nine resort and hotel brands, around the world, including Hyatt, Park Hyatt, Andaz, Grand Hyatt, Hyatt Regency, Hyatt Place, Hyatt House, Hyatt Zilara, and Hyatt Ziva. Their portfolio consists of 535 properties in 47 countries.