Hyatt has launched a new promotion in which its offering World of Hyatt members up to 20% off at most Hyatt brands around the world, and guests participating in this promotion are getting free breakfasts thrown in too. This offer will stack with Hyatt's current triple points promotion and could help American Airlines elites earn cheap Hyatt status so this a potentially very worthwhile deal.
Hyatt has launched a new points sale in which it's offering a 30% bonus on all purchases of 5,000 points or more. Under current conditions, this is clearly a less attractive offer than normal (although it's identical to the offer we saw in April) but if you're in need of points for a trip towards the end of the year or in 2021 this may be of use.
We may be living through a pandemic but that hasn't stopped Hyatt from launching a new quarterly promotion to try to entice people back into its properties around the world. Starting this month, World of Hyatt members can earn triple points for stays across its global portfolio through 15 September 2020.
Every now and again American Airlines offers a bonus for converting hotel points into AAdvantage Miles, and right now there's a promotion running in which anyone with a World of Hyatt balance can transfer their points into the AAdvantage program and receive a 25% bonus on top of the points that are normally on offer. For most people, this remains a less than tempting proposition but it may still be useful for some.
Hyatt and Chase have come together to give all Hyatt credit card holders the opportunity to earn more elite night credits when they use their cards to pay for their everyday spending. They have also announced a new welcome offer for the World of Hyatt credit card which will give successful applicants a very healthy boost towards elite status.
Last week, Hyatt announced that it was extending its moratorium on points expirations, extending the expiration dates of various award instruments and extending elite statuses into 2022, and there have been four questions that I've been receiving from readers over and over again regarding Hyatt's announcement so I thought I'd address them in this post.
In news that will be music to the ears to a lot of readers, Hyatt has just announced that it's extending its moratorium on points expirations, extending the expiration dates of various award instruments and, most importantly, extending all elite statuses into 2022.
We've just had some huge news out of Hyatt that should make a lot of people very happy indeed - the introduction of peak and off-peak pricing in the World of Hyatt program is being pushed back to 2021 and all but 5 Hyatt properties will now be remaining in their current World of Hyatt categories.
Hyatt and American Airlines have just announced that from today, select AAdvantage and World of Hyatt elites will be offered challenges to earn elite status in the other's loyalty program through 2022. Challenges are targeted, require registration, and are appearing on dedicated American Airlines and Hyatt webpages.
A while back a reader commented that "[m]ost SLH properties are on the top of the spectrum" so, while I'm well aware that Hyatt created a new top-tier Category 8 band just to incorporate some of the higher-end SLH properties, it occurred to me that I didn't really know what the full SLH list looks like...so I asked Hyatt.