Earn Up To 50,000 Bonus Hyatt Gold Passport Points

Aug 19, 2014

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Hyatt has launched a new targeted promotion, which will run from September 1 through November 30, 2014, where some Gold Passport members will have the opportunity to earn up to 50,000 bonus points for eligible nights spent at all Hyatt properties worldwide.

Earn up to 50,000 bonus Hyatt Gold Passport points
Starting September 1, 2014, earn up to 50,000 bonus Hyatt Gold Passport points.

Here’s a look at the bonus structure, based on eligible nights spent at Hyatt properties:

Stay Earn Total Points Earned
5 Nights + 5,000 Points = 5,000
10 Nights + 10,000 Points = 15,000
15 Nights + 15,000 Points = 30,000
20 Nights + 20,000 Points = 50,000


For this promotion, nights booked at Hyatt-partner M life resort properties do not count as eligible.

Terms and Conditions

To participate in this promotion, you must receive this offer from Hyatt and register via the email link above by November 30, 2014. From September 1 through November 30, 2014, you can earn a maximum of 50,000 bonus points, regardless of the number of nights completed during the offer period. Be sure to allow two to three weeks after your stay for bonus points to be posted to your Hyatt Gold Passport account. Since I value Hyatt Points at 1.8 cent per point, 50,000 bonus points is worth about $900 to me, so there is some decent value to this offer if you were to max it out.

Per this Flyertalk thread, it seems that only about half of those who posted have actually been targeted for this offer. There are also some reports that some people have received separate offers, as well, such as the opportunity to earn 2,000 Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points after each stay. Be on the lookout for additional targeted Hyatt offers in your email in-box!


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