500 free Hyatt points, yes please.

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Hyatt has truly been on top of their game recently, with making sure their customers are well taken care of. To add to the list of promotions and status opportunities, here is another way to earn an easy 500 bonus World of Hyatt points — just for taking a few minutes out of your day to enjoy a mindful moment.

500 points, plus relaxation equals a win in my book.

This coming Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020, Hyatt is honoring their third annual Global Day of Gratitude and celebrating members by offering 500 bonus points. All you have to do is complete a guided mediation from Headspace in the World of Hyatt app.

To earn the bonus points, all you have to do is open the app and complete one of their custom Headspace exercises.

After your Unwind, Reflect or Sleep exercises, you’ll enjoy 500 bonus points. A pretty sweet opportunity for taking care of yourself.

On Wednesday, Hyatt is also encouraging guests, members, customers and colleagues around the globe to take a moment to show gratitude by visiting hyatt.com/gratitude and sending a “Gift of Gratitude.”  to someone who has made a difference in their life.

Hyatt is also offering a bonus opportunity to healthcare workers. If you fall into this field (which I thank you personally a million times), you can book a friends & family rate at many participating properties by using the code THANKYOU. This is valid for stays through Sept. 12, 2021.

So block out some time on your calendar on Dec. 9 and enjoy some mindful moments — and 500 free World of Hyatt points.

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1 month ago

Article says dec 9th, then Dec 12th, so good to clear that up for readers.

1 month ago

Yes, it is true, BUT there is a catch! You MUST sign up for the one month “free” trial which starts charging you unless cancelled. Nothing is free.

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