Hyatt Gold Passport Points on Sale for 20% Off

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Buy Hyatt Gold Passport points between May 4 and June 1, 2014 and receive up to 20% extra points.

The scale is such that the more you buy, the higher the percentage of bonus points you get.

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

This means that if you just need 10,000 points to top up your account in order to use Cash & Points for an upcoming stay, you’ll still only get a 10% bonus.

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2 cents per point at the highest purchase level of 30,000 to 40,000 points (which is the maximum allowed per year) is still not as cheap as Hyatt’s 30% bonus offer from last November.

Even though this promotion isn’t one that I’ll do, if this makes sense for you, purchase points on Hyatt’s website here.

Terms & Conditions
Offer available for purchases made between 12:00 am ET May 4, 2014 and 11:59 pm ET June 1, 2014. Bonus points will be awarded upon completion of individual transactions. Offer only available when points are purchased for the purchaser’s account. Offer not valid for transactions gifting points. Offer may be withdrawn or changed without notice. Offer cannot be combined with any other offer. Only purchases made online are eligible for the promotion.

Price includes all applicable fees. GST/HST will be charged to Canadian residents. This transaction is completed by Points.com. Purchased points are not refundable and transactions are non-reversible. Purchased points are applicable toward all Hyatt Gold Passport awards. Points purchased using this option will post within 48 hours. Purchased points do not count toward Hyatt Gold Passport elite membership tiers. All Hyatt Gold Passport Terms and Conditions apply.

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