Hyatt Triple Elite Nights Opportunity Through December 20

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The World of Hyatt Business Credit Card is offering 60,000 Bonus Points after you spend $5,000 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening. But as a further inducement to apply for the card now (this offer ends October 6, 2022) new cardmembers receive 2 Tier-Qualifying Night Credits for each night you stay from 8/23/22 through 12/31/22. That’s double elite qualifying nights through end of the year.

Through December 20, 2022 Hyatt is offering double elite qualifying nights on all-inclusive stays at Hyatt Ziva, Hyatt Zilara, Zoetry Wellness Spa & Resorts, Secrets Resorts & Spas, Breathless Resorts & Spas, Dreams Resorts & Spas, Alua Hotels & Resorts, and Sunscape Resorts & Spas. A property needs to be participating in the World of Hyatt program in order to earn double qualifying nights. (Registration required.)

These two offers stack, allowing you to earn (3) elite nights per night stayed at all-inclusives through December 20.

  1. One elite night for your stay at an all-inclusive property
  2. One further elite night for the stay at an all-inclusive bonus through December 20 (with registration)
  3. One further elite night for the stay at that all-inclusive for new World of Hyatt Business Credit Card who leverage this offer.

In addition the World of Hyatt Business Credit Card also earns 5 Tier-Qualifying night credits toward status. You’re already going to spend $5,000 on the card to earn the initial bonus, push through to $10,000 for 5 elite nights.

Together this makes earning Hyatt status remarkably easy. Top tier Globalist status is earned after 60 nights. That includes Globalist breakfast, upgrades, and 4 p.m. late check-out. And 60 night benefits include 4 confirmable suite upgrade certificates [2 earned at 50 nights and 2 earned at 60 nights] and an assigned My Hyatt Concierge, plus a category 1-7 free night award.

This can also be useful even for those going beyond 60 nights, since Hyatt awards benefits every 10 nights:

# Nights Or Benefit
10 25k base points or 3 meetings Discoverist
20 35k base points 2 club lounge access awards
30 50k base points or 10 meetings Explorist, 2 club access awards, cat 1-4 free night
40 65k base points 5k points or $100 Hyatt gift card or 10k points off FIND experience
50 80k base points 2 confirmed suite upgrade awards
60 100k base points or 20 meetings Globalist, 2 suite upgrade awards, cat 1-7 free night, concierge
70 N/A 10,000 points or suite upgrade award
80 N/A 10,000 points or suite upgrade award
90 N/A 10,000 points or suite upgrade award
100 N/A 10,000 points or suite upgrade award

Award stays count as status-qualifying, and you can transfer Chase and Bilt points to Hyatt to redeem for those stays.

For anyone that’s wanted to jump into the Hyatt ecosystem – in my view, the best mainstream hotel loyalty program certainly for top elites – this is a fantastic opportunity. And for anyone trying to figure out how to requalify for their status, this seems can’t-miss.

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Comments

  1. @ Gary — If you call going to the Caribbean remarkably easy…If it were at the Hyatt Place down the street, THAT would be remarkably easy!

  2. I am sad. I had thought that I had read about some promotion requiring only 30 nights for me to retain my globalist status. I simply cannot ever get to 60. If anyone has anything to share about an extremely efficient way to keep globalist, I would be very appreciative. I have some trips in oct, dec, and feb. I think I have two night awards. I have the WOH credit card. Could easily qualify for this business card. But I don’t want to restrict myself to Hyatt if I am only going to get close. Thanks

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