New Hyatt Gold Passport Stay More Play More Promotion 2015

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Although late to the bunch, Hyatt has revealed their new targeted Hyatt Gold Passport Stay More Play More promotion for stays between January 15 through April 30, 2015.

Link: Hyatt Gold Passport Stay More Play More Registration

Terms: Hyatt Gold Passport Stay More Play More Terms

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It appears to be similar to its past promotions offering bonus points for meeting a threshold of paid stays during the promotional period. Hyatt Gold Passport members may get a different offer and you can check yours by logging into your account.

Marriott, SPG, IHG, and Club Carlson have already released their quarter 1 promotions. Club Carlson's promotion is easily the most generous out of the group and does not limit the number bonus points that can be earned.

Hyatt Gold Passport Stay More Play More Promotion 2015

My offer from Hyatt was to earn 20,000 bonus points after completing 10 eligible nights, which is less than jaw-dropping. My last promotional offer was for 50,000 bonus points after completing 20 eligible nights, which I ended up going after with leveraging the Hyatt Diamond Challenge.

Eligible rates for the promotion include any paid rates that earn Gold Passport points as well as Points + Cash nights.

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There are several variations of the offer available and you can see your targeted promotion by logging into your Hyatt Gold Passport account. The offers available range from 2,000 bonus points for completing 2 eligible nights to 65,000 bonus points for completing 25 eligible nights during the promotional period.

Did you get the same offer or was it better? What's you take?

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