2,000 United Miles & Hyatt Platinum Status with Milepoint Premium is Back

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View From the Wing writes that Milepoint Premium is available again.

In my opinion, the $59 fee pays for itself with just:

  • 2,000 free United miles
  • Free Hyatt Platinum Status up to February 2014 (or 2,000 Hyatt points if you’re already an elite member)
  • Free GoGo 24 hour wifi internet pass
  • Discounts to paid award searching tools

You also get discounts to ExpertFlyer (great for setting automatic alerts for award seat availability), a 20% discount to the award booking service, BookYourAward, and many other discounts.

If you’re thinking of applying for the Hyatt credit card, remember that Hyatt Platinum members who apply for the card get 2 suite upgrades certificates for paid stays. This is in addition to the 2 free nights in a regular room.

So it could make sense to sign-up for Milepoint Premium and to get Hyatt Platinum status.

That way, you will get 2 suite upgrade certificates to use with paid stays, if you apply for the Hyatt credit card before February 2014 when your free Hyatt platinum status expires.

PS:  I’m on vacation so I won’t be able to get to the comments and email soon.

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