Earn 500 Bonus Hyatt Points When You Book With the Hyatt App

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Via One Mile at a Time, you can earn 500 bonus Hyatt points when you book through the Hyatt app and stay at any Hyatt hotel through November 30, 2016.

You don’t even need to register for the deal!

Earn 500 Bonus Hyatt Points When You Book With The Hyatt App
Book Your Upcoming Stay Through Hyatt’s App and Earn 500 Bonus Hyatt Points!

Easy 500 Bonus Hyatt Points

Link:   Hyatt App Promotion

When you book a room through Hyatt’s app and stay at any Hyatt hotel through November 30, 2016, you’ll earn 500 bonus Hyatt points.

You can only earn the bonus once, and paid or Points + Cash stays will qualify.  But award nights and stays at MGM Mlife hotels will NOT earn a bonus.

The extra Hyatt points should show in your account within 2 to 3 weeks after you’ve completed your stay.

This is a nice little bonus if you had plans for a Hyatt stay soon, and you can earn this bonus on top of any points you earn through Hyatt’s current More Points More Play promotion.

But it isn’t worth changing your plans for.  😉

More Ways to Earn Hyatt Points

Remember, you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to Hyatt at a 1:1 ratio.

And when you have the Chase Sapphire ReserveSapphire Preferred, or (no longer offered) Ink Bold and Ink Plus, you can transfer the points you’ve earned with the Freedom, Freedom Unlimited, or Ink Cash to partner airlines and hotels too.

Or consider the Chase Hyatt card which offers 2 free nights at ANY Hyatt hotel.  It’s a great deal, even though the minimum spending requirement recently increased to $2,000 within the first 3 months of account opening.

And don’t forget to check out my post for all the ways to earn Hyatt points!

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