100 Free Hyatt Gold Passport Points, till 15 February 2014

Hyatt Hotels is celebrating the Chinese Year of the Horse, and they are offering select participants a chance to add 100 Gold Passport points to their account on the occasion. While this is a targeted promotion, many have reported success without receiving the email about this, and the points credit pretty quickly into your account.


All you got to do is to land up on the promo page, and punch in your Gold Passport number to get your 100 points credited to your account. While 100 points are not a lot, and you can’t do anything independently with them, they surely add to the pool and can be used for extending the validity of your Hyatt Gold Passport account.

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  1. Not sure if this works for me. All I get is: “Our records indicate that your account is already registered for this promotion. You may register another account or if you require additional assistance, please contact Hyatt Gold Passport Customer Service at 1-800-30-HYATT or your nearest Worldwide Reservation Center.” and I know I haven’t registered for this recently. I do remember seeing something like this that I did last year. Worth a try. Thanks for the post.

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