If you have one of the two Chase/Hyatt co-branded credit cards you may have seen a pleasing email drop into your inbox over the past 24 hours - Hyatt is offering cardmembers a 10% rebate on all award bookings taken by 30 September 2018.
This fast track to Hyatt status offer is an offer that Hyatt has brought out before and that has been running for a while but it's worth mentioning again in case anyone missed it and. more importantly, because it may have just got easier to meet the conditions.
Last week Hyatt announced a revamped credit card which offers elite qualifying nights just for holding the card and a path to further elite qualifying nights through spend and now it would appear that you can earn bonus elite nights at Andaz properties too.
Hyatt has launched a new promotion which offers bonus points for stays at Grand Hyatt and Hyatt Regency properties this summer. World of Hyatt members who register (via this page) by 15 July 2018 and stay between 1 June and 31 August 2018 will earn 2,500 bonus points for every 5 qualifying nights.
Hyatt has been running a promotion in conjunction with the American Airlines AAdvantage program since the end of February and although the promotion still has 2 months to run the closing date for registration is today...so don't miss out.
Hyatt has launched its latest points promotion and is offering World of Hyatt members a 40% bonus when they buy at least 10,000 points. 40% Hyatt promotions don't come around all that often and when they do they're usually targeted so not everyone gets offered the top bonus....but not this time. This time the 40% bonus appears to be open to all World of Hyatt members.
There's nothing tricky, complicated or difficult to understand about the latest promotion to come out of the World of Hyatt - it's a simple "earn 20% more points" promotion available to everyone staying at Hyatt or MGM properties in Las Vegas over the coming few months....but you'll have to register first.
At the beginning of the year I was set to swap my Citi Prestige card for the cheaper Citi Premier card but, thanks to a points bonus that Citi unexpectedly threw my way, the card got a stay of execution and it's still in my wallet. I've now earned the maximum bonus Citi offered me so the card is back in the firing line and needs to earn its place in my wallet....and it may have just done so.
Hyatt has historically differed from most of the world's larger hotel chains in that it actually owns a significant number of properties in its portfolio. Bigger chains such as Marriott and Hilton sold off most of their ownership interests some time ago choosing simply to maintain long-term management or franchise agreements at the properties instead.
The World of Hyatt has released its first points promotion for 2018 and it's offering members the opportunity to earn a 30% bonus on all points purchases of 5,000 or more....but just how good a deal is this?