I’m Giving Away 66,000 Hyatt Gold Passport Points!

I highlighted Hyatt’s Winter promotion when it was first announced and then flagged when registration became available.

But it’s worth highlighting again, because at the time I flagged it as the most generous current promo in the market. It’s not the most generous hotel promotion that’s ever been but it’s pretty good and I like it more than other current offerings.

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.

Register here for the promotion.

Hyatt Gold Passport offered me an opportunity to highlight what they’re doing by giving away 66,000 Gold Passport points to my readers. I’m not taking anything from Gold Passport in this, I’m just giving away the points to you.

The giveaway

  1. First prize: 44,000 Hyatt Gold Passport points. That’s the number of points you can earn through Hyatt’s new promotion (without the bonus points for being a Hyatt Visa cardholder) and is enough for two nights at any Hyatt property in the world.
  2. Second prize: 22,000 Hyatt Gold Passport points. These can be split up however you’d like, it gets you a few nights or at the very high end it gets you a night at any Hyatt in the world

Official Rules:

  • Enter by leaving a comment in this post, name a Hyatt property that you would like to spend your points at!
  • You may enter as many times as you’d like in this official entry thread. However you may not enter more than one time in a row. You have to wait at least until someone else enters in order to enter again. And please don’t name the same Hyatt property more than once.
  • This giveaway opportunity will run through 6pm Eastern time on Friday, February 10th.
  • I will draw the winners at random using random.org, post the results on this blog, and put the winners in touch with Hyatt Gold Passport in order to claim their prize.
  • This is a giveaway, it’s done with Hyatt’s generosity and I’m not taking anything for myself here so hopefully it will be received in the spirit that it’s offered, no technicalities please and no complaints, all decisions on my part are final, any questions just ask.

Good luck!

About Gary Leff

Gary Leff is one of the foremost experts in the field of miles, points, and frequent business travel - a topic he has covered since 2002. Co-founder of frequent flyer community InsideFlyer.com, emcee of the Freddie Awards, and named one of the "World's Top Travel Experts" by Conde' Nast Traveler (2010-Present) Gary has been a guest on most major news media, profiled in several top print publications, and published broadly on the topic of consumer loyalty. More About Gary »

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  1. […] February through April of this year it was progressively more bonus points for more nights. The first four nights would earn 4000 points — so 1000 points per night, like the current promotion, but only needing 4 (rather than 5) to get there. Then incrementally more points — 2000 points per night after hitting the next 4 night milestone. Then 3000 points per night for the 4 night milestone after that, and finally 5000 points per night for the four night milestone representing nights 12 through 16. And the Hyatt Visa bonus was 25% to boot. 16 nights during the three month promotion, with a Hyatt Visa, earned 55,000 bonus points. That was really exceptionally generous for high night members. […]


  1. Andaz Liverpool St. London. Quite possibly one of the best hotels I’ve stayed in.

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