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Marriott recently launched its first global promotion of 2024 (more here). Now, Hyatt is following up with its first offering. While the Marriott promo offered 1,000 points and double elite credit per night, Hyatt’s new promo is pretty meh.
Registration has yet to open, but we know that the dates for qualifying stays run from March 1st through April 30th. With Bonus Journey, World of Hyatt members can earn 3,000 bonus points for every three qualifying nights (up to a total of 21,000 bonus points). This is valid at all Hyatt properties globally.
If you have either the World of Hyatt Credit Card or World of Hyatt Business Credit Card, you can earn an additional 1,000 bonus points for every three nights at properties in 18 destinations. These include: Australia, China (including Hong Kong and Macau), Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, and Vietnam.
Registration is required prior to your first eligible stay, and is open between February 22nd and April 15th. The promotion is valid on your first stay. The good news is that nights are cumulative. You don’t need to stay three nights on one stay to earn the bonus points. Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) are valid as well (even though this partnership is dissolving soon). Stays must be booked through Hyatt and award stays count.
Anthony’s Take: If you max out this promotion over 21 nights and have a credit card, you can earn up to 28,000 bonus points. This is not enough to get excited about, but World of Hyatt points are valuable and I’ll take any promo I can get.
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