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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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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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Hyatt Gold Passport – 40% Bonus when Buying Points

Regular readers will know that Hyatt Gold Passport is my favourite hotel loyalty programme. HGP’s Points + Cash reward option is an excellent way to extract out-sized value from your points. But in order to take advantage, you need to have points

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Hyatt Gold Passport – September to November 2016 Promotion “More Points More Play”

Hyatt Gold Passport have waited until the last minute before announcing details of their latest chain-wide promotion, called “More Points More Play”. It will run from 1 September until 30 November, 2016. The promotion is well thought out, with something

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Hyatt Gold Passport – 2016 Award Category Adjustments on 1 August

Most major hotel chains have a process for moving specific hotels from one award category to another, and usually try to get this done early in a new calendar year. For whatever reason, Hyatt have delayed those annual changes until

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