Suite Night Awards, credit cards, elite status, ambassadors. So many changes, so many decisions. What do you think of my choices?
I honestly thought this change to lifetime status with Hyatt was a bit of a typo when I first saw it. I thought maybe I wasn’t processing the information correctly. But, lifetime status with Hyatt is pretty darn awesome.
As you might imagine, I read quite a few travel blogs on a daily basis. I always start my day with world news. But, travel blogs are my guilty pleasure. When some folks reach for People, Cosmopolitan or other magazines you might find in the grocery store checkout lines, I’m checking out what my favorite blogs are saying.
There will be lots of first-time questions as folks get used to the new World of Hyatt programs. Here’s one from a reader on the free nights all top-tier members are expecting to receive in the next few days.
There are a ton of Hyatt changes out today. I’m going to have at least a few more posts to cover the details, especially since Hyatt is my primary loyalty program. But, here’s the high level bits:
Hyatt Gold Passport is out with the best offer I’ve seen in 2015. Starting today and running through July 31, 2015 everyone who holds their co-branded Hyatt credit card will receive a 20% rebate on all point redemptions connected with a hotel stay. That means a 20% rebate on: Award nights Points & Cash redemptions Suite upgrades Dining and spa awards You have to register here by March 31, 2015. All stays need to be completed by July 31, 2015. I can remember Jeff Zidell, the Senior VP in charge […]