Official Entry Thread: 2 Lucky Winners Get a 2-Night Stay at Any Hyatt Place Hotel + Personal Assistant Services

As I described several days back, Hyatt is offering two of my readers a 2-night stay at any Hyatt Place and two months of personal assistant services from TaskUs.com.

This is the official entry thread. Regular readers know that Hyatt Gold Passport is a loyalty program that’s come a long way over the last year and currently offers one of the very best top tier experiences, and they’re promoting their limited service Hyatt Place brand as a great work-life balance. My own view is ‘more hotel properties is better’ even if Gold Passport Diamond status doesn’t get you as far at Hyatt Place as say at a Park Hyatt — but the less expensive hotels are a great way to requalify for status and earn Faster Free Nights credits when that promo is being offered.

To enter, just leave a comment in this thread! Any comment will do. One entry per person, please.

The contest will run through noon Eastern time on Monday, March 22. And two commenters will be selected at random as the winner. I’ll be traveling when the contest closes but it shouldn’t take long for me to announce who has won.

You have a pretty great shot of winning. I don’t have all that many readers, actually. And everyone can only enter once. So each entry’s odds are pretty darn good. Plus it’s easy to enter, you just have to leave a comment in this thread and make sure you’ve registered with a valid email address when leaving that comment so I can contact you if you win.

Here’s how the contest works. Everyone is welcome to enter the contest once. If you would like to win the free nights and personal assistant services, leave a comment in this official entry thread. You need to register to leave comments if you haven’t already, and in order to win need to use a valid email address so that I can provide your email address to Hyatt’s PR rep to contact you if you win.

While no doubt there are ways to circumvent the one entry per person rule, and some of those approaches might slip by my watchful eye, I’m going to ask eveyrone to simply honor my request. One entry per person, just leave a comment in the official entry thread post that you’d like the night.

Then after the conclusion of the contest I will use a random number generator to come up with the winning comment in the official entry post. And as long as that entry appears to be a unique entry (not duplicated by an additional entry), I’ll provide winner emails to Hyatt’s represenative to get in touch.

This is a giveaway, and the spirit is a generous one, I don’t want a lot of rules here. I ‘reserve the right’ to interpret the rules however makes the most sense to me, to determine if and when a winner is indeed eligible, and at what point a winner has abandoned their prize by not replying to my email that they’ve won. Those and all other interpretations are at my sole discreiton, I don’t want complaints or to be sued because I want to give away a free hotel night. Thank you for understanding!

And thanks in this, of course, go to Hyatt Hotels and Hyatt Place which made the giveaway to y’all possible!

(Separately, I understand there will be another giveaway run by Hyatt Place directly, a ‘second chance’ if you will — and I’ll let folks know when that website is up. But the best chance of winning will clearly be here on this blog!)

About Gary Leff

Gary Leff is one of the foremost experts in the field of miles, points, and frequent business travel - a topic he has covered since 2002. Co-founder of frequent flyer community InsideFlyer.com, emcee of the Freddie Awards, and named one of the "World's Top Travel Experts" by Conde' Nast Traveler (2010-Present) Gary has been a guest on most major news media, profiled in several top print publications, and published broadly on the topic of consumer loyalty. More About Gary »

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Comments

  1. If you earn hotel points, spend them on that hotel. Same for airlines. Never spend on a partner award.

  2. I LOVE hyatt! had some of my nicest stays in hyatt regency. although once my room was so tiny, i had to turn sideways to get by the bed, but that’s another story.
    love hyatt.

  3. This is such a great idea! Surprised it hasn’t been done before, what a great way to target high-potential customers.

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