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[Expired] Hyatt Cardholder Promotion: Earn 1,000 Bonus Points on 2-Night Stays

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Do you have a World of Hyatt credit card? If so, Hyatt has a new promotion that lets you earn an extra 1,000 bonus points on eligible stays. Let’s take a look at the details.

Promotion Details

This promotion is only for those who hold either The World of Hyatt Credit Card or the World of Hyatt Business Credit Card, so if you’re not a cardholder, you’re out of luck. Instead, you’ll want to check for Hyatt’s regular promotions, which are not targeted and are available for everyone. 

Cardholders can earn 1,000 bonus points (up to a maximum of 25,000 points) after a 2-night stay at Hyatt House or Hyatt Place from January 2 to March 5, 2023. You must register by January 31, 2023, and stays can either be paid or a free night award.

Is It Worth It?

Most Hyatt House and Hyatt Place locations are pet friendly! Image Credit: Hyatt

This offer isn’t a huge deal, and since it’s only targeted toward cardholders it’s not likely to apply to much of the market. Still, having a promotion during the post-holiday travel slump is always worthwhile. We value World of Hyatt points at 1.5 cents each, which means that you’ll be netting $15 worth of points per 2 nights that you stay. While that’s not an excellent return, it’s nothing to sneeze at considering off-peak reward nights start at just 3,500 points per night.

And since this promotion exists just for cardholders, it makes sense to use your card to pay for your stay; both cards earn 4x points per $1 spent at Hyatt hotels, meaning you’ll net a 6% return for every dollar that you spend.

As it stands, Hyatt House and Hyatt Place properties are considered limited-service properties. They also cater toward longer-term stays, which means you’ll find bigger rooms with features such as kitchenettes and sleeper sofas. However, you’ll miss out on benefits such as fancy spas and restaurants — plus, elite status benefits at these types of hotels tend to be quite limited.

Hot Tip: Want to spend some of those freshly-earned World of Hyatt points? Have a look at our guide to the best ways to redeem World of Hyatt points for maximum value.

Final Thoughts

If you’re a World of Hyatt cardholder and you were already planning a stay at either a Hyatt Place or a Hyatt House, there’s no reason not to sign up for this promotion in order to earn a few extra points. However, the benefits you’ll receive aren’t worth going out of your way, so please don’t rush off for a mattress run.

About Carissa Rawson

Carissa served in the U.S. Air Force where she developed her love for travel and new cultures. She started her own blog and eventually joined The Points Guy. Since then, she’s contributed to Business Insider, Forbes, and more.


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