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Hyatt has announced their latest promotion for fall 2018. You can earn bonus points for nights you stay between September and the end of November 2018. This includes Thanksgiving, so you might already have plans to stay at a Hyatt hotel.
Hyatt Fall 2018 Promotion
You earn bonus points for reaching tiers based on the number of stays you complete during the promotional period, according to this chart:
|Nights||Bonus Points Earned||Total Bonus Points Earned|
The more you stay, the more you will earn. To qualify for bonus points on this promotion, you must stay a minimum of 5 nights (to reach the first tier) and you can earn a maximum of 60,000 Hyatt points.
End date: November 30, 2018 (Must register by October 15, 2018)
Travel dates: September 1, 2018 to November 30, 2018
Important terms & restrictions:
- You must be a World of Hyatt® member
- You must register online by October 15, 2018
- A maximum of 60,000 bonus points may be earned, regardless of the number of eligible nights completed during the offer period
- You can earn nights by staying at any Hyatt hotel internationally or any participating MGM Resort in Las Vegas
- Both paid and award nights count (including Points + Cash nights)
- Only the room occupied by the member will count toward earning bonus points (for example if you book two rooms for your family, only the room you are staying in will count)
Promotion Link: Hyatt Fall 2018 Promotion
Good Deal or Not: For anyone traveling during these dates (September 1, 2018 and November 30, 2018), this promotion is worth participating in because you will earn bonus points on top of the points you normally earn. However, this promotion isn’t compelling enough for most people to book a stay just to take advantage of the deal.
These don’t need to be consecutive nights. So they could all be 1-night stays and you’ll earn the same as someone who books one long stay. The promotion also doesn’t take into account the price of the room. So staying at a $100 per night Category 1 Hyatt will earn the same bonus as a $400 per night Category 5 Hyatt or a $1,200 per night suite.
The way points are distributed, you only earn them after you reach a tier on the chart. So you can earn a bonus of 2,500 points for staying 5 nights, but staying a 6th or 7th night won’t yield any additional bonus points until you hit the next tier of 10 nights.
If you already have travel plans during these dates adding up to 5 nights or more, this promotion is a nice way to earn some extra points. But I don’t recommend you go out of your way to take advantage of this deal.