Daraius of MillionMileSecrets.com is giving away 22,000 Hyatt Gold Passport points for members who enter the Hyatt Gold Passport “Imagine the Possibilities” Facebook contest and then link back to his blog.
You can enter the MillionMileSecrets.com giveaway up to 11:59pm CST, Thursday, November 15.
Follow the directions on his blog post to enter the giveaway. There are 164 entries at time of my post.
Daraius at MillionMileSecrets.com is giving away three prizes of 22,000 Hyatt Gold Passport points for people who leave an answer on his blog or Facebook wall to the question “What do you like best about Hyatt?”
Comments are accepted through 11:59pm CST Saturday, February 25.
I have to say that I like the full breakfast benefit of Hyatt Gold Passport Diamond elite best of all. The 2,500 bonus points when a Regency Club lounge is closed is another great benefit for Diamond members, but I haven’t had the opportunity to receive that bonus too many times.
Diamond elite Free Breakfast saved $30 at Park Hyatt Chicago.
Update Feb 23: UnRoadWarrior, a BoardingArea blogger also has two prizes of 22,000 Hyatt Gold Passport points to giveaway. Leave a comment on that blog by midnight eastern time, Sunday March 4.
Loyalty Traveler Note - Wed. Feb 22, 5:30pm Pacific: Seeing all the comments on this post has me concerned some people might be confused about the Million Mile Secrets blog sweepstakes. Loyalty Traveler is not giving away any Hyatt points. You must comment on millionmilesecrets.com to be entered into the Hyatt points giveaway.
Daraius Dubash at MillionMileSecrets.com has published a number of interviews with travel bloggers on his website and now glimpses of me are online in his post “Earn and burn your miles and points.”
I guess I should have talked up hotels more. Being in new places and seeing how people live and work in different environments and cultures is still my primary objective for travel. Nice hotels are a bonus.
My favorite question from Daraius was “What would your readers be surprised to know about you?”
Here is another thing I realized is characteristic of my travels. I spend a lot of time in grocery stores wherever I go. I buy most of my food at stores and prepare it myself when traveling. That keeps travel expenses way down.
While I generally can’t talk much about fine dining and hotel restaurants, I have extensive experience with grocery store shopping in many countries.
Grocery shopping in Australia.