Hyatt just announced a brand new promotion where you can earn up to triple points! The number of points you earn is based on the type of property you stay at, but fortunately all properties are participating. This promotion runs September 15 through December 15, 2019. You must register for this promotion.
- 3x points at Hyatt Place hotels
- 2x points at all other Hyatt hotels and resorts, including M life Rewards destinations and Small Luxury Hotels of the World
Now, you’ll only earn the bonus points on yourÂ secondÂ stay. This is definitely unfortunate for those who do not have many Hyatt stays during the Fall, but there are some tips to maximize your earnings. If your “first” stay at a Hyatt property is lengthy and/or expensive, you might want to consider finding a cheap Hyatt property near your hometown to get your first stay out of the way. That will then allow your first real stay to turn into your second stay and earn you the bonus points. Of course do the math to see if spending necessary money is actually worth it or not.
Also, if you have a stay in a city with many Hyatt properties, you might want to consider swapping properties after your first stay. For example, if you have a two night stay in New York City, stay in one Hyatt property the first night and another Hyatt property the second night. Of course this is more difficult with a family, but if you are a business traveler, moving hotels might not be too difficult. (I know I am going to make my husband due this on his next business trip!).
This is a great promotion and I expect it to be one of the better promotions compared to the other hotel chains. I also put a high value on Hyatt points, so to be able to earn double or triple points is great. Additionally, you can even combine the 2x/3x points with many other Hyatt promotions, which is quite amazing. Other Hyatt promotions include: 500 bonus points by booking through the World of Hyatt mobile app, stays count twice at Hyatt Ziva and Hyatt Zilara properties and $250 statement credit at Hyatt Ziva and Hyatt Zilara properties.
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