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Up to 50,000 Points With Hyatt Endless Possibilities 2014

Up to 50,000 Points With Hyatt Endless Possibilities 2014 Traveling Well For Less

50,000 points or 4 free nights, your choice.


You can earn up to 50,000 points with Hyatt’s Endless Possibilities 2014 promotion.

Or you choose to earn up to 4 free nights.

2 Easy Steps to Earn up to 50,000 points with Hyatt Endless Possibilities 2014

1.  Register for the Endless Possibilities promotion on January 9, 2014.
2.  Stay at any Hyatt hotel worldwide between January 15, 2014 to April 30, 2014.

Hyatt’s Endless Possibilities promotion for 2014 is different than previous Endless Possibility promotions.  This time, you can choose to earn free nights or points.

1.  Up to 4 Free Nights

You can earn a free night any Category 1-4 Hyatt hotel worldwide after every five nights.  You can view the Hyatt hotel category list here.

You can earn a maximum of four free nights.

The free nights are good at any Hyatt worldwide but you have to use them by July 31, 2014.

2.  Up to 50,000 Points

Up to 50,000 Points with Hyatt Endless Possibilities Traveling Well For Less

You can earn up to 50,000 points


You will earn 5,000 points after you stay 5 nights.

After 10 nights, you’ll earn an additional 10,000 points for a total of 15,000 points.

You’ll earn an additional 15,000 points after you stay 15 nights, for a total of 30,000 points.

And after 20 nights, you’ll earn an additional 20,000 points, giving you a total of 50,000 points after staying 20 nights.

Can I stay at partnered MGM hotels in Vegas and earn the bonus points?

Yes. If you are a Hyatt Gold Passport member and a M life member and both membership numbers are on your reservation, your stays will count towards the Endless Possibilities promotion.

I’m excited about this promotion. I have several hotels stays that I need to book for the first quarter of 2014 so the timing is perfect for me.

Are you going to register for the promotion?

Remember to register for the Hyatt Endless Possibilities promotion when it goes live on January 9, 2014.

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Sunday 29th of December 2013

I like the new Hyatt promotion. While not great it's a good way to earn extra free nights. Too bad they are capped at category 5.

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Sunday 29th of December 2013

Hi Torsten,

I do too, but I'm choosing points. I'll get more value from the points since I can use them anytime vs needing to use free nights by July 31, 2014.

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