Hyatt Gold Passport announced its New Possibilities promotion today offering a stair-step style bonus points offer increasing in value for every five nights stayed from September 9 through November 30, 2013.
Registration opens September 9 and Hyatt Gold Passport members have until October 31, 2013 to register.
Terms and Conditions for this promotion state MGM Resorts in Las Vegas participating in M life are eligible nights. There are 12 MGM resorts participating in the M life partnership with Hyatt.
- Bellagio® (Hyatt Gold passport award category 6)
- Aria™ (Hyatt Gold passport award category 6)
- Mandalay Bay® (Hyatt Gold passport award category 6)
- THEhotel® (Hyatt Gold passport award category 6)
- Vdara™ (Hyatt Gold passport award category 5)
- MGM Grand® (Hyatt Gold passport award category 5)
- The Signature at MGM Grand® (Hyatt Gold passport award category 5)
- The Mirage® (Hyatt Gold passport award category 5)
- Monte Carlo™ (Hyatt Gold passport award category 4)
- New York New York™ (Hyatt Gold passport award category 4)
- Luxor® (Hyatt Gold passport award category 3)
- Excalibur® (Hyatt Gold passport award category 2)
This is a straightforward offer with every five paid nights earning another bonus. Nights are cumulative and do not need to be consecutive nights.
I’ll be analyzing my options for Las Vegas cheap stays when I attend a conference there in October. That conference has no connection to Hyatt Hotels.
20 nights is a high hurdle.
50,000 Hyatt Gold Passport are worth about $1,000 if you redeem smartly.
Oh Natty Dread
What I dread over the next three months is the slice and dice dissection of every aspect of Hyatt Gold Passport in 10-part series as a means to pimp the Hyatt Gold Passport credit card. That $250 or so per every approved credit card referral will set Boarding Area bloggers and dozens of others in the points & miles blogosphere alight with a hyper-focus on Hyatt Gold Passport.
My estimate is there will be 500 posts on Boarding Area alone promoting the Hyatt credit card affiliate link along with this promotion between September 1 and November 30.
I’ll leave it to George No Last Name to verify the actual Hyatt credit card link count on Boarding Area and around the points & miles travel blogosphere on his TravelBloggerBuzz blog. TBB is one of the few true ‘keeping it real’ travel blogs being written for knowledge and entertainment.
Hyatt Gold Passport Visa card is a good hotel credit card in my opinion with its enrollment benefit of two free nights and an annual anniversary free night for a category 1-4 hotel.