Free Hyatt Platinum Status for 90 Days

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Free Hyatt Platinum Status for 90 Days

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Via One Mile at a Time, you can get free Hyatt Platinum status for 90 days if you are a US Visa Signature cardholder and a Hyatt Gold Passport member. The main benefits include:

  • Free internet
  • 15% points bonus
  • 2:00 pm late checkout upon request
  • Preferred rooms
90 Day Hyatt Platinum
90 Days Free Hyatt Platinum

This offer runs until May 11, 2012 (but could be pulled earlier).

To maintain Platinum membership through February 2013, you must complete 8 eligible nights at any Hyatt worldwide within 90 days signing up.

I kept on getting an error when I tried to enroll Emily, but perhaps the page will start working soon!

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I’m trying to qualify for the Hyatt Diamond challenge, and I’m trying to do it quick because I’ve got a trip coming up. I have the Hilton Reserve Citibank so I have gold status. I contacted hyatt for the diamond challenge and they noted that I need at least 1 stay on my account in order for them to give the challenge. Well, is there any way to get a stay on my account in a fast way? Even if I have to pay for a hotel night that I don’t actually use?

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@Andrew – The quickest way is to stay in a cheap Hyatt Place (just checkin) and it will post to your account in a few days.

@MMS, we do 60 hotel nights per year at various brands, and I did request a fast track to Diamond with Hyatt. Was told by the Hyatt phone rep to fax the request with a copy of my Marriott Platinum card, which I did. This morning received an email from the “Match Desk” stating that I have to also fax my statements of the actual stays. As we all know, most of the statements are online and if we are so far in 2013, how can I retrieve and fax them any statements? Any thoughts or input would be greatly appreciated.

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@Kalboz – Do you have e-mail copies of confirmation or bills in your email accounts which you can send them? Perhaps you can fish something out for the last few months of 2012 online and send it to Hyatt?

I registered for the Platinum 90 day deal and during that time my wife and I stayed 5 times and I was just awarded today – Platinum status until February 2014. The Hyatt website states Platinum will be reached with 5 stays. Did not have to stay 8 times as listed. We live in the Dallas Texas metroplex and the hotels in the Addison area are always very discounted on the weekends – if anyone wants to come visit. Hyatt stays were from $53 to $67 per night. Signed up for the Hyatt summer promotion and earned 12000 AAdvantage miles to boot. Now wondering if I should apply for the Hyatt credit card.

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@Greg – You’ll get 2 free suite upgrades for PAID stays as well as 2 free nights at any Hyatt. But don’t apply if you can’t use those free nights within a year since they will expire.

I traded email with goldpassport@hyatt.com, and for my account I eventually got Platinum status until Feb 2013. For my wife’s account, it likewise took a while with a few different emails, but she did eventually also get upgraded to Platinum (though only through Aug 2012 as expected). I had jotted down the timeline:

– registered 4/24

– wrote to customer service on 4/28

– wrote again on the thread on 4/30

– wrote again on the thread on 5/2, after re-applying and sending them a screenshot of the confirmation page

– received Platinum status on 5/6

So be patient 🙂

Keith: Can you tell me which contact you used? I also signed up for this promotion — it said that it went through — but I never got Platinum status as promised.

Li: How about you? Any updates on your status?

– John…

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