Targeted Hyatt Promo, Earn 10,000 Points with Two Stays

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Targeted Hyatt Promo, Earn 10,000 Points with Two Stays

Hyatt is targeting some World of Hyatt members with a sweet offer to earn 10,000 bonus points after just two stays. This offer is targeted and was sent out by email. Check out the details and see how this offer works.

The Offer

Earn up to 2 Free Nights. Make your next stay even more rewarding with your World of Hyatt membership and this exclusive offer—just for you. You’re invited to earn up to 10,000 Bonus Points. Register, then book directly through Hyatt or your personal travel advisor.

Here’s how the offer works:

  • 1st eligible stay – 4,000 Bonus Points
  • 2nd eligible stay – 6,000 Bonus Points

Stays must be completed with 120 days from registration.

Second Offer

Update: Here’s a different offer that was also sent out by email and shared with us by PDX Deals Guy. Register for this exclusive offer and earn your first free night faster.

  • Register for your exclusive offer by May 20, 2022.
  • Book and complete your eligible stays within 120 days of registration.
  • After your stays, your rewards will be deposited in your account, and can be redeemed at any Category 1–4 hotel around the world within 180 days of issue.

Conclusion

This offer was first reported by Loyalty Lobby. I wasn’t targeted, but maybe you have better luck. Take a look at your emails and hopefully some of you are eligible.

With this offer you just need to register and then complete two stays within 120 days. You get 4,000 points for the first stay and another 6,000 for the second stay.

DDGhttp://dannydealguru.com
Based in NYC. Points/miles enthusiast for years and actively writing about it for the last 6+ years at Danny the Deal Guru. I'm always looking out for deals. Making a few bucks is always nice, but the traveling is by far the best part of this business.

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  1. Hyatt has turned into the old Starwood only a worse version sadly
    My understanding they hired some of their former program management
    Starwood too had over priced awards on the higher end properties and overdid targeted marketing leaving out many of the membership base
    Hyatt Premium hotels are now over priced for redemption
    Now closed regency clubs and after 75 nights e-mails go out prior to arrival that with a closed club for my weeks stay I can have nothing but an entree and a coffee or juice @ breakfast
    Consistency is out the window hotel to hotel
    I’ve moved my business away as they also no longer allow my certificate after staying 60 nights in their new cat 8 properties
    I never thought I’d live to say this I’m frequently happier at Hilton and select Marriott properties and the new IHg Ambassador program has vastly improved so also the occasional Kimpton or InterCon

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