1000 Bonus Points Per 2+ Night Hyatt Place And Hyatt House Stays To Start 2023

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Hyatt co-brand credit card customers, who have either The World Of Hyatt Credit Card or World of Hyatt Business Credit Card (or both) earn 1000 bonus World of Hyatt points per Hyatt House and Hyatt Place stay of 2 nights per more between January 2 and March 5, 2023.

Registration is required by January 31, 2023.

Beginning on your first Eligible Stay after registration and during the Promotion Period, you will receive 1,000 Bonus Points for every Eligible Stay of at least two (2) or more consecutive nights at participating Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotels.

A maximum of 25,000 Bonus Points may be earned under this promotion. …For the purpose of this promotion, an “Eligible Stay” is defined as any stay where a member is paying an Eligible Rate or redeems a free night award. For purposes of this promotion, consecutive nights at the same hotel constitute one stay (even if you check out and check back in). Only the room occupied by the member will count toward this promotion.

As it happens I’ll probably earn this bonus a couple of times, since I tend to stay at either the Westin Arlington or Hyatt Place Arlington Courthouse when I’m in DC for work (though not always). And the American-Hyatt partnership which lets you double dip has those earnings count towards American Airlines elite status.

Since the current chain-wide promotion ends December 20th, I’m hoping that something will replace it and this offer will be stackable with that as well.

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Comments

  1. Hyatt is going to have to bribe me with more than a thousand points if I’m going to stay at a Hyatt Place that’s more likely than not a dump managed by Aimbridge.

  2. You can guarantee you’ll have a crappy breakfast for frequently the price of a 4 star
    They can keep their bonus
    The promotions this year sucked and as far as free cat 7 night for staying x amount of nights no longer work at a number of the premium hotels.I’ve moved much of my business elsewhere especially with a number of hotels getting stingy with breakfast beneditsn

  3. Will this count if you already have reservations for a couple days in January, or if they only count if you make them now.

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