Hyatt’s Summer Promo – Up to 5x Airlines Miles

Between May 1, 2012 and August 31, 2012, Hyatt Gold Passport is offering up to five times the airline miles — quadruple points on the second and third stays during the promotion period and quintuple points on stays four through eleven. (The promo is capped at 11 stays.)

This is a great offer for folks who do a lot of one-night stays, since airline miles even without the bonus are often worth more than the points which are accrued based on that night’s spend in the Gold Passport program. This promotion, since it’s based on stays rather than nights, is especially valuable for those short stays.

Registration is required, for your choice of participating airline program;

In general I’d recommend accruing with either American or United. Diamond members are still entitled to their points amenity even when crediting stays to miles.

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  1. […] Hyatt’s current promotion ends April 30th, but the new summer promotion has just been announced today. I will post more about it next week, but as a quick recap, you can earn bonus miles this time instead of bonus points – up to 24,500 miles to partnering airlines after a total of 11 stays. Goods news is that the promotion is starting May 1st so there are no delays between promotions. View from a Wing Blog Post […]


  1. Nice! Too bad it isn’t for 5x Hyatt points, as I’d much rather earn those. Given the lame Q2 SPG promo, I guess I’ll now be delaying my SPG Platinum Challenge until Q3.

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