Hyatt Winter Promo Registration Now Open

Hyatt’s Winter promo which awards progressively more bonus points for incremental nights through April 30th is now open for registration.

For every 4 nights between February 1 and April 30, members earn additional points and Hyatt Visa also earn an extra 25% bonus on top. Registration required by March 31.

  • 4 nights earns 4000 points (+1000 for Hyatt Visa cardholders)
  • 8 nights earns an additional 8000 points (+2000 for Hyatt Visa cardholders)
  • 12 nights earns an additional 12,000 points (+3000 for Hyatt Visa cardholders)
  • 16 nights earns an additional 20,000 points (+5000 for Hyatt Visa cardholders)

Members staying 16 nights during the three months of the promotion, who also have a Hyatt Visa, will earn 55,000 bonus points in addition to their regular earning. This is my favorite current promotion in the market.

Even if you don’t expect to have 4 Hyatt nights by April 30th you should register, it’s on your mind since you’re reading this post, so it’s easier to just sign up than to remember to do so later when you find yourself with Hyatt bookings you didn’t expect to make.

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  1. woot- I have to spend 3 weeks at a hyatt for work in March so this will be great. Too bad I don’t have the cc or have any desire to open another account right now!

  2. umm, just went to the Hyatt promo website and it says nothing about the chase hyatt visa bonus. where are you getting that piece of info from?

  3. ic, maybe they decided at the last minute not to do that part of the promo, which would be unfortunate

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