Hyatt Gold Passport is back with a points purchase promotion all through August, 2016. Find out the details of the promotion, and check out if it makes sense for you to buy points.
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Hyatt Hotels are offering a 25% discount across their F&B offerings across India and Nepal for August & September 2016. If you’re going to be a Hyatt Guest, or if you will be planning a treat at a Hyatt hotel, this is a good promotion to avail! Find out more!
Here is the first winner of the month long celebrations with LiveFromALounge #LiveAt5 Giveaway. We’ve picked one winner who received 30K points from Hyatt. Check out who is the lucky one!
Week 1 of the #LiveAt5 Giveaways offers you an opportunity to win 30,000 Hyatt Gold Passport points, which are good for at least 2 nights at a Category 4 Hyatt hotel such as the Park Hyatt Goa. Are you in it to win it? Take part now!
Hyatt Gold Passport is currently running An Arabian Summer promotion that offers a longer stay with extra nights to its members on booking Hyatt hotels in the Middle East region. Find out the details and how to book hotels under this offer.
On the occasion of our 5th Anniversary, we bring you a giveaway in association with Hyatt to send one of you on a vacation worth 30,000 Gold Passport points. Check in to find out how you could be in it to win it!
Hyatt has announced a new promotion where you can earn up to 40% bonus on Gold Passport points purchased between July 11 – July 31, 2016. Have a look to see the details of this promotion and read up on our experience of at staying at various Hyatt properties.
Hyatt Gold Passport is putting a refreshed list of hotel categories for stays with effect from August 1, 2016. About 50 properties in the USA went up in prices, but a lot of Chinese and Indian properties went down in price. Check out the impact here!
Hyatt Gold Passport has released a new promotion for the second quarter of 2016, called “Stay More, Play More” This promotion allows you to earn up to 75,000 Gold Passport points for your stays at Hyatt Hotels, over and above your regular bonuses.
Check in here to register and get all the details about this promotion.
HDFC Bank Diners Club has some great promotions for travel and dining, which makes it a great card to hold in your wallet if you want to earn miles and points in India.
However, as I found out over the last quarter of 2015, they have an incredibly bureaucratic and clueless team to deal with the transfer, and the process is manual and very irritating. It took me over 2 months to get my points transferred from HDFC Bank’s point currency to the mileage programs I wanted them transferred in.
Do read through this before you decide to pick up these cards, and perhaps we can compare notes in the Comments section?