Free Hyatt Platinum Status With Frequent Traveler University Tickets!

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You now have 1 more reason to attend Frequent Traveler University in Washington, DC, this December!  When you purchase your ticket, you’ll get free Hyatt Platinum status!  That gets you free internet at Hyatt hotels!

Free Hyatt Platinum Status With Frequent Traveler University Tickets

Visit the Nation’s Capital, Learn All About Miles & Points, and Get Free Hyatt Platinum Status Through February 2016!

Join Me at Frequent Traveler University!

Link:   Register for Frequent Traveler University Washington, DC

Link:   Register for Frequent Traveler University Advanced Washington, DC (Sold Out)

Link:   Book Your Stay at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City

Frequent Traveler University Washington, DC, will take place December 5, 2014 to December 7, 2014.  You can purchase your tickets now and these events sell out quickly!

Frequent Traveler University is a place where you can meet and share stories with other folks who love getting Big Travel with Small Money!  Plus you might learn a few new tricks!

All events for Frequent Traveler University will be held at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City.  You can book your room at the group rate of $99 per night.

Free Hyatt Platinum Status With Frequent Traveler University Tickets

Some of Your Favorite Bloggers Will Be Speaking at FTU – Including Me!

If you’re new to miles and points, you can purchase tickets to attend beginner sessions for $149.

Tickets include:

  • All sessions and social events
  • Open bar party on Friday night
  • Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday
  • Lunch on Saturday and Sunday
  • And now free Hyatt Platinum status through February 2016!

Benefits of Hyatt Platinum Status

Link:  Hyatt Platinum Status for FTU Attendees FAQ Page

With Hyatt Platinum status you’ll get:

  • 15% point bonus
  • Room upgrades (when available)
  • Free internet
  • Priority check-in
  • Late check-out
  • 20% off the daily rate at My Elite Rate (when available)

To request Hyatt Platinum status, email Melinda@ftef.net with your full name and Hyatt Gold Passport number.

It will take 4 to 6 weeks after you purchase your ticket for your new status to show up in your account.  You must be the person that purchased to ticket to qualify.

Bottom Line

Frequent Traveler University Washington, DC ,will be held December 5, 2014 to December 7, 2014.

You can purchase tickets to the beginner sessions for $149.  Your tickets include an open bar party, breakfast, lunch, and free Hyatt Platinum Status!

This is a great opportunity to learn and meet other folks who share your same passion for travel!  I hope to see you there!

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3 responses to “Free Hyatt Platinum Status With Frequent Traveler University Tickets!

  1. Nice to know, although I think I favor the strategy of a Diamond status challenge followed by applying for the Chase Hyatt Visa as a Diamond member. Still, if I knew someone who could attend this (since I can’t), I might be tempted to buy the ticket for them, pay the transfer fee, sell said ticket and pocket the lovely Plat. status. I wish I could attend FTU Advanced myself, but it’ll have to be a future one. I’m tied up traveling (Boo Hoo, right?) with this one.

  2. Do you know if the nights booked at the FTU rate would count towards the Diamond Challenge?

  3. I’m hoping someone will answer Jenny’s question as well – just received my temp diamond status today!