Double World of Hyatt Points — Just For You Being You
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Y ou’re good enough, you’re smart enough, and doggone it, World of Hyatt likes you — so much so that you can earn double World of Hyatt frequent guest loyalty program points per United States dollar on eligible stays at Hyatt hotel properties worldwide and participating M life Rewards destinations between Saturday, April 1, 2017 and Friday, June 30, 2017, starting with your second eligible stay.
With your new World of Hyatt loyalty program, points add up quickly, so free nights and room upgrades are within reach.
Terms and Conditions
To join World of Hyatt, visit worldofhyatt.com. You will receive double points for each whole U.S. dollar or U.S. dollar equivalent spent on an Eligible Rate or Eligible Incidental Charges beginning on your second Eligible Stay. All points awarded under this offer are Bonus Points.
For the purpose of this offer, an “Eligible Stay” is defined as any stay where a member is paying an Eligible Rate for at least one night of their stay. Only the room occupied by the Member will count toward this promotion. You must provide your World of Hyatt membership number at the time of check-in and choose points for each stay. World of Hyatt will automatically track Eligible Stays when you provide your World of Hyatt membership number at check in.
Please allow up to three weeks after your qualifying stay for Bonus Points to be posted to your World of Hyatt account. This offer is not valid at Miraval, which is not participating in the World of Hyatt frequent guest loyalty program at this time.
As for the World of Hyatt promotion — well — it is better than a kick in the teeth, I suppose; and I intend to register for it…
…but primarily due to its smaller footprint of hotel and resort properties around the world when compared to other lodging companies — combined with few viable lower cost options for stays — I most likely will pass on participating in this promotion. Besides, it is not nearly as rewarding as past promotions when the program was known as Hyatt Gold Passport — may it rest in peace.
I hope that you benefit from this promotion, though…