Earn Up to 75,000 Bonus Points in Hyatt’s Stay More Play More Promo

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Hyatt’s Stay More, Play More promotion starts today. You can earn up to 75,000 bonus Gold Passport points when you register and stay between April 1, 2016 and June 30, 2016.

Anyone can participate, as it isn’t a targeted promotion.

The earning breakdown for stays is as follows:

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– 5,000 bonus Gold Passport points after 5 nights
– 15,000 bonus Gold Passport points after 10 nights
– 30,000 bonus Gold Passport points after 15 nights
– 50,000 bonus Gold Passport points after 20 nights
– 75,000 bonus Gold Passport points after 25 nights

If you maximize this promotion and earn all 75,000 bonus Gold Passport points, it is enough to redeem for 2-3 nights at some of the most luxurious Hyatt properties in the world and still have points left over.

In order to stay at a Hyatt Category 7 properties (the highest category) such as the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendome and the Park Hyatt Sydney you’d need 30,000 Gold Passport points for a free night. With 75,000 points you’d get to stay 2 nights and still have 15,000 left!

Perfect eggs at Park Hyatt Paris-Vendome

Perfect eggs at Park Hyatt Paris-Vendome

You can also redeem 25,000 points per night for 3 nights at a Hyatt Category 6 property like the gorgeous Park Hyatt Vienna in Austria or go on the ultimate beach holiday getaway at the Park Hyatt Hadahaa in the Maldives.

Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa

Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa

This is a strong enough promotion that I would modify upcoming hotel stays to include more Hyatts. 25 nights is a lot for many people, but the bonus is rich enough to consider staying a couple extra nights at a Hyatt to achieve one of the upper bonus levels.

Here’s a handy registration link.

Do you plan to participate in “Hyatt’s Stay More, Play More” promotion? If so, where would you want to redeem once you’ve earned the bonus points?

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