Earn up to 30,000 Bonus Points With Hyatt House Stays

Oct 23, 2018

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World of Hyatt is launching a new promotion to allow members to earn bonus points when staying at any Hyatt House hotel around the world.

Beginning Nov. 1, 2018, World of Hyatt is allowing its members to earn 2,000 bonus points when staying four or more consecutive qualifying nights at any eligible Hyatt House hotel in the world. The catch is that you must register in advance for the promotion and must checkout of the hotel by Dec. 31, 2018, in order for the stay to qualify for the bonus points.

If you’re a World of Hyatt member, you can register for the promotion beginning Tuesday through Nov. 30, 2018. You can earn a maximum of 30,000 bonus points during the promotion period, which is the equivalent of 15 stays during the nearly two-month period.

According to the terms and conditions, an eligible night is defined as any night where a member is paying an eligible rate or redeems a free night award for at least one night of their stay. In addition, two or more consecutive nights at the same hotel will be considered the same stay.

Bonus points earned as part of this Hyatt House promotion can be redeemed at any Hyatt property around the world, including at Miraval resorts, participating MGM resort destinations and participating Exhale studios for spa and fitness classes. In addition, bonus points earned as part of this promotion will appear in your World of Hyatt account within two to three weeks after staying the required four or more consecutive qualifying nights.

This new Hyatt House-specific promo is in addition to World of Hyatt’s existing promotion, which doesn’t expire until Nov. 30. With that, you can earn up to 60,000 bonus points spent at any Hyatt hotel or resort worldwide. It appears as though these promos can be stacked, which means more bonus points for you.

Featured image courtesy of Hyatt House at Anaheim Resort.

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