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Pick Up An Easy 500 Hyatt Points On Your Next Booking

Written by Charlie

Find out how you can pick up an easy 500 Hyatt points on your next booking.

Hyatt sent out some e-mails the other day for a new promo encouraging customers to make their next Hyatt booking online through their mobile website or their smartphone app. In exchange for doing so, they will deposit 500 Hyatt points into your account.

Pick Up An Easy 500 Hyatt Points On Your Next Booking


Now, unfortunately, it is not possible to book my favorite rate – Points+Cash – through either the app or the mobile site. You can make a points reservation but that does not count as an “Eligible Rate” for the promotion.

The details are:

  • Must book and stay between August 1 – September 30
  • The booking must be paid with any eligible rate through either the mobile site or the Hyatt app
  • Any Hyatt is eligible (but it excludes M Life resorts)
  • You must be a Hyatt member to be eligible (free to join)
  • Must be a registered guest of the room
  • Only one 500 point bonus can be earned

This is a nice way to be able to top up your Hyatt account by a bit without really doing anything different than you may already do for such a reservation. This came via e-mail to one of my accounts and did not include a promo code. While it may be targeted, I highly doubt that since it did not say in the e-mail that it is only valid for the recipient or any other targeted type language.

This type of promo is not enough to encourage a booking that you would not already do, but it should be enough to get you to make it through the app or the mobile website. While they have made some nice improvements to the app, there are still some glitchy parts so be on the lookout for that.

One of the worst is that it does not do currency conversions the right way. While looking at the Park Hyatt Sydney, it kicked out a rate of 0 and nn. To see what happened, I booked one of the suites which said that and it never gave me a price. Until I received the confirmation e-mail and it told me a price of $1,500 for a single night. 🙂 So, just be aware of that!

Full Terms

To earn 500 Hyatt Gold Passport points under this offer, you must book a new stay on an Eligible Rate through the Hyatt App or theHyatt Mobile Site. Both reservation and stay must be made and completed August 1, 2015 through September 30, 2015 at any Hyatthotel, excluding M life resorts. Eligible Rate is defined in the Hyatt Gold Passport terms and conditions. All hotel reservations are subject to availability and must be made in advance.

Hyatt Gold Passport membership at time of stay is required and members must provide their membership number and be a registered guest of the room. Membership is free and enrollment is available at or at a participating hotel. Only one 500 point bonus may be earned per member, per stay, regardless of how many rooms are booked. This offer is subject to the complete terms and conditions of Hyatt Gold Passport. Please allow 2-3 weeks after stay is completed for points to be credited to account.

Promotional blackout periods may apply due to seasonal periods or special events, and normal arrival/departure restrictions apply.Hyatt reserves the right to alter or withdraw this promotion with a suitable substitute offer of equal value (if legally required) at any time due to actual circumstances. We endeavor to use our best efforts to provide advanced notice on the website. Please see the website for updates. © 2015 Hyatt Corporation. All rights reserved.

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About the author


Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

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