Hyatt Gold Passport is offering a 40% bonus on points purchased until October 25,2016.
The cost of each point under this promotion works out to US 1.71 cents and you can avail the entire 40% bonus only when you purchase 10,000 points or more. There is a 30% bonus for purchases between 5,000 and 9,000 Gold Passport points. The maximum points that can be purchased under this promotion are 55,000, which with the 40% bonus add up to 77,00 Gold Passport points for a price USD 1,320.
40% bonus is usually the best that Hyatt Gold Passport offers on points purchase. Buying points under this offer can be a good option if you want to stack up points to redeem at some of the aspirational Hyatt properties.
As an example, The Park Hyatt Sydney where every room either has a view of the Opera House or offers a great view of the city. The standard rooms here are priced at USD 850+ in the peak travel season. This is a Hyatt Category 7 hotel and a reward night costs 30,000 points. Buying 30,000 points under this offer will cost you USD 510 and that’s a super value redemption choice at one of the best Hyatt’s in the world.
Another great hotel option for redeeming points is the Park Hyatt Tokyo. Redemptions at this hotel begin at 30,000 points per night while the standard room is priced at USD 620 + . Again purchasing points with a 40% bonus results in saving of about USD 100. Additionally, if you are a Hyatt Diamond member breakfast is complimentary for you and remember you always have the choice of upgrading your room to a suite.
Like all other purchase promotions it’s best to think and crunch numbers before you decide to stack points. If you need additional points for a particular redemption or are planning a vacation to one those aspirational Hyatt hotels like the Park Hyatt Maldives or the newly opened Park Hyatt Mallorca in Spain then this is a great offer to make use of.
We have used our Hyatt Gold Passport points at some amazing Hyatt hotels worldwide. To name a few, The Park Hyatt Maldives, Andaz West Hollywood, L.A. Park Hyatt Washington and recently at the Grand Hyatt Erawan in Bangkok.
Tell us where have you made good use of your Hyatt Gold Passport points?