Staying at Hyatt hotels can earn you up to 1,500 Hyatt points a night.
Making upcoming travel plans? You’ll get more points if you stay at Hyatt.
Up to 1,500 Hyatt Points a Night
You can get up to 1,500 Hyatt points a night for all hotel stays through May 15, 2019.
The bonus points start on your second eligible stay.
But you have to register by March 31, 2019.
You’ll earn 1,000 points a night at:
- Hyatt hotels worldwide
- M life hotels in Las Vegas
- participating Small Luxury Hotels of the World
Points can be earned for up to 50 nights. So you can earn a maximum of 50,000 points.
When you stay at Hyatt House and Hyatt Place hotels, you’ll earn an additional 500 points. You can earn up to 25,000 additional points.
A maximum of 75,000 points (50,000 + 25,000) can be earned in the World of Hyatt’s first promotion for 2019.
These points are in addition to the 9X points you get for Hyatt stays when you pay with your World of Hyatt credit card.
You have to book an eligible rate to earn the points.
An eligible rate includes:
- Paid stays
- Free nights booked with points or free night awards
- Points + Cash stays
Pro-tip: All points earned are bonus points. This means you can use them for free nights and upgrades but they don’t count towards your lifetime status.
How to Maximize This Offer
Because the bonus points don’t start until your second eligible stay, here’s how to maximize this offer.
1. Book a Single Night
You can maximize this offer if you book a single night.
If you have a long stay coming up or a multiple night reservation at a Hyatt House or Hyatt Place hotel, you should book a single night prior to your stay.
Because the bonus points start on your second eligible stay, booking a single night at any Hyatt hotel, M life hotel, or participating Small Luxury Hotels of the World prior to a longer stay makes you eligible to earn bonus points for your longer stay.
Let’s stay you have a 7-night stay at the Andaz Maui from February 22 to March 1, 2019.
Under the terms of the new promo, you would not earn the 7,000 bonus points. Because these nights are consecutive. The bonus points kick in after your second eligible stay.
So to earn 7,000 points you should book a single night at a different Hyatt.
2. Split Your Stay
If you aren’t able to book a single night before a long stay at a Hyatt hotel, to earn bonus points for this offer you should split your stay.
Splitting your stay means staying at two different Hyatt hotels. Book one night at one Hyatt hotel and the rest of your nights at another Hyatt hotel.
Because a stay is any number of hotels night at the same hotel, by splitting your stay the first stay will “activate” the bonus offer.
This lets you earn bonus points for your second stay.
3. Book Cheap M life Hotels
You can earn 50,000 points with stays at cheap M life hotels.
With this promotion, you’ll get 1,000 points for each night you stay at participating MGM M life resorts:
- Mandalay Bay
- MGM Grand
- New York New York
- Park MGM (formerly Monte Carlo)
- The Signature
Pro-tip: You can find weekdays rates as low as $19 a night.
4. Book Stays on Weekends in Some Cities
You can get inexpensive rates at Hyatt hotel rates on the weekends in some cities like Dallas, Chicago, and Washington DC.
You can get up to 1,500 points a night for stays at Hyatt hotels through May 15, 2019.
Bonus points kick in on your second stay so be sure to maximize this offer when you book a single night, split a long stay, book cheap M life hotels, and book stays on weekends on some cities.
You can earn up to 75,000 bonus points from this offer. Plus you’ll earn 9X points when you pay with your World of Hyatt card.
But you have to register prior to March 31, 2019.
I’m excited about this promotion because I have a lot of Hyatt stays coming up. What are your thoughts?
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