Earn Bonus Hyatt Points on Both Paid and Award Nights Through Mid-May

Feb 15, 2018

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Starting today (February 15) you can earn bonus rewards for each eligible night you stay at a Hyatt property — including award nights as well as paid nights.

This promo applies to all eligible nights from now through May 15, and you’ll need to register here by March 31 in order to participate.

Here’s how your earnings will break down, depending on which Hyatt brand you stay at:

  • Hyatt Place and Hyatt House: 500 points per night
  • Park Hyatt, Miraval, Andaz, Grand Hyatt, Hyatt Centric, Hyatt Regency, The Unbound Collection by Hyatt, Hyatt Zilara, Hyatt Ziva, Hyatt Residence Club and participating MGM properties: 1,000 points per night

You can earn a maximum of 25,000 Hyatt points through this promotion. Based on our valuations, that would be worth $450. It would definitely take some serious effort to max out the promo — you’re looking at a minimum of 25 nights — but it’s great that you’re eligible to earn bonus points on award nights as well as on paid nights.

To earn the bonus rewards, you need to provide your World of Hyatt number at check-in and choose points (when asked) for each stay. Keep in mind you’ll only earn bonus points on the room you, the registered Hyatt member, are staying in, so don’t book your entire company at a hotel and expect to earn rewards for every room during the promo. Finally, the bonus points for any eligible nights should show up in your account two to three weeks after your qualifying activity.

If you have any upcoming Hyatt stays — paid or booked as awards — this is a nice way to boost your World of Hyatt earnings. Just make sure to register by March 31 so you don’t miss out!

Featured photo of Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa. (Photo courtesy Hyatt)

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