Earn 500 Bonus Points at New Hyatt Hotels Globally

Hyatt is offering bonus points at new Hyatt properties globally. This will allow members to earn an additional 500 points at nine different World of Hyatt properties!

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SAN DIEGO CA/USA - SEPTEMBER 3 2016: Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego exterior The Grand Hyatt San Diego is a high-rise hotel complex in San Diego and California's largest hotel.
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Hyatt just announced that they are offering bonus points for those staying at new Hyatt properties. Hyatt is offering members an extra 500 World of Hyatt points between May 1 and July 31, 2019 at nine specific properties. They include: Nam Nghi Phu Quoc Island, Hyatt House Augusta/ Downtown, Hyatt Place Dubai/ Wasl District, Hyatt Regency Algiers Airport, Hyatt Regency Liberation Square Chongqing, Hyatt House San Jose/ Cupertino, Hyatt Regency Beijing Shiyuan, Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere and Hyatt Place Virginia Beach Town Center. (The last two properties will earn bonus points through August 31, 2019.)

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There is no need to register for this promotion as the points will automatically hit your account after your stay. This is also in addition to the many other Hyatt promotions going on, which includes:


While this is definitely a limited offer due to only nine properties being included, something is always better than nothing! This is hopefully something that will continue with new hotels opening up within the World of Hyatt brand. I personally do not have any future stays at these properties, but for those who do — enjoy your extra points!

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