Milepoint’s Countdown to Christmas Day 6 Giveaway
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Today is Day 6 of Milepoint’s Countdown to Christmas giveaway. So far we’ve seen some really great prizes like National Rental Car Emerald Club Executive status, a $500 Hyatt Gift Card, fun bag tags, United Mileage Plus bonus miles and a Sterling Silver Starbucks card. What’s next?
For those who missed out on Days 1-5 and are wondering what all the excitement is about, click here for all the details.
Milepoint is a great online community where people can meet up and discuss the finer points of travel, and per the Milepoint giveaway calendar here are some of the listed prizes –
Click here to see the Milepoint calendar.
Drumroll for today’s giveaway….Hyatt Platinum status for 5 lucky winners!
There are three levels of Hyatt Gold Passport membership. First is their introductory level, Gold status, which earns five points per dollar spent.
Platinum status is earned after either 5 eligible stays or 15 eligible nights per year. In addition to 5 points per dollar you’ll get an extra 15% point bonus on eligible spend, plus free in-room Internet and guaranteed room availability at the 72 hour window. You are also eligible for a late check-out of 2pm and get 20% off the daily rate with My Elite Rate on any standard room type.
Diamond status is earned after reaching either 25 eligible stays or 50 eligible nights per year. In addition to the other benefits, you also get four complimentary suite upgrades annually, a 30% point bonus on eligible spend and 4pm late check-outs.
Even if you were able to find super cheap rates of around $60 per night at a Hyatt property, you’d have to spend an average $300 at the low end and have 5 separate stays to get Platinum status (unless you have their credit card).
To enter today’s giveaway drawing, click here and then select today’s date in the calendar.
Click here for the full rules.
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