Category: World of Hyatt

World of Hyatt – 40% Bonus when Buying Points

Regular readers will know that Hyatt is my favourite hotel chain, even though the new World of Hyatt has been something of a disappointment. Hyatt’s Points + Cash reward option is an excellent way to extract out-sized value from your points.

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World of Hyatt Running a Double Points Promotion for Just Six Weeks!

World of Hyatt have been incredibly promo-averse this year, just running one “double points” promotion between April and June. With no fanfare or announcement as yet, another double points promotion is going to run from 15 November until 31 December,

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World of Hyatt Announces Double Point Promotion

As many of you know, Hyatt Gold Passport is now called World of Hyatt. The changes – I wrote about them here – have received a very mixed reception from frequent Hyatt guests. I thought that Hyatt might launch a

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British Airways Executive Club – 35% Bonus When Converting Hotel Points

Between now and 8 March, 2017, British Airways Executive Club is offering a 35% bonus when converting hotel points to Avios. These are the hotel programmes that qualify and the minimum conversions required: Club Carlson (MIN 2,000) Hilton HHonors (MIN

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World of Hyatt – Pros/Cons Love/Hate

In October, Hyatt unveiled some pretty substantial changes to their loyalty programme. You can read about it here. At first glance, I was fairly bullish about the changes. This is probably due to the fact that in the last three years I’ve

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World of Hyatt to Launch in 2017

Any time a loyalty programme announces major changes, it is logical to assume that these changes are for the benefit of the company, not its loyal flyers / guests. So imagine my fears yesterday as rumours swirled on Twitter and

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Hyatt Gold Passport – 20% Bonus Points in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a “love it or hate it” kind of place. For those who wanted to stay in chain hotels for status benefits, points, etc. Las Vegas was always quite a difficult place. Most of the chain hotels aren’t located

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