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Hyatt Gold Passport has launched a bonus of up to 20% when you buy Gold Passport points before June 1st.

The link is here.

The deal is:

Hyatt points bonus

  • Purchase 1,000 to 19,000 points and get a 10% bonus
  • Purchase 20,000 to 29,000 points and get a 15% bonus
  • Purchase 30,000 to 40,000 points and get a 20% bonus

The most expensive room in the Hyatt system will not cost you more than 30,000 points.  Hyatt also offers GUARANTEED reward availability if standard rooms are available for cash.

In some circumstances, this can therefore be a good deal.

The Park Hyatt in Paris is €840 on June 9th for example.  Buying 30,000 points (ie 27,000 + 15%) would cost you $648 or just €465 – and you are guaranteed availability if they standard rooms left.  Such examples are not common but it can offer a good deal if you are desperate, for example, to recreate Lost In Translation at the Park Hyatt Tokyo.


World of Hyatt update – September 2022:

Get bonus points: You will receive double World of Hyatt points on all stays of 2+ nights between 15th September and 20th December. You must register by 15th November by clicking here. You can read our article on the promotion here.

New to World of Hyatt?  Read our overview of World of Hyatt here and our article on points expiry rules here. Our article on what we think World of Hyatt points are worth is here.

Buy points: If you need additional World of Hyatt points, you can buy them here.

Want to earn more hotel points?  Click here to see our complete list of promotions from Hyatt and the other major hotel chains or use the ‘Hotel Offers’ link in the menu bar at the top of the page.

Comments (10)

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  • mrtibbs1999 says:

    The USA daily getaway deals out later this month normally have Hyatt points for 1c each. Not guaranteed, but could be a better deal.

    • Rob says:

      True. Only the first 2 weeks out so far and if Hyatt is there beyond week 2 it will go quickly. Plus you need to know the trick of using a UK Amex card to avoid rejection!

      • Mrtibbs1999 says:

        Trick?

        • Mrtibbs1999 says:

          You mean putting the correct billing address with a us state as the region? Or something sneakier?

          • Rob says:

            You need a 5-number US zip code which must match your UK 6-character post code ….!

          • mrtibbs1999 says:

            How does that work?

          • Alan says:

            I just put the numbers from my post code in then pad with zeroes – certainly works well at petrol stations!

  • Leon says:

    Trust the same trick is required when paying with a Dutch Amex?

    • mrtibbs1999 says:

      So if my postcode is xx38xx I would use the Zip code 00380?

      • Rob says:

        No. You add trailing zeros, so you need 38000. First line of street address also needs to match. Forget state, country and indeed your name.

        The Hyatt deal via Daily Getaways does not seem bad at all – especially for Brits who do not have the option of getting the Hyatt credit card or converting Chase points. With only 35 sets of 30k available your chances of grabbing one are not great, but if you are at your PC at the right time it is worth a go.

        I may go for it myself as our 30k Hyatt collection (literally 30,600 or something) is about to be wiped out on 2 x 15k rooms in Hamburg for August.

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