Enter your Hyatt Gold Passport number here to receive 100 points as a Chinese New Year gift.

We hope extraordinary travels await you in the Year of the Horse.

I didn’t write about this yesterday when the offer first emerged because I was skeptical that the offer would work — it says clearly that only folks who were targeted are eligible for the points — but reports so far are that points are indeed posting… already!

This isn’t a huge ppints score, but it’s always useful to have account activity for the infrequent Gold Passport member because Hyatt points now expire. Of course no one’s points will expire for 24 months, that clock for that only just started ticking for the first time, so doing this now won’t help much. Still good practice to get in!

The offer is valid through February 15, though I could imagine it being pulled earlier as it’s certainly getting broader exposure than anticipated.

Takes just a couple of seconds!

(HT: Everyone)


  1. Tony said,

    Points posted within five minutes for me!

  2. dhammer53 said,

    Thanks. Now I have 550 points!!

  3. Bill from me said,

    100 points posted within 24 hours and moved my expiration date to 1/23/2016.

  4. Jim said,

    Thanks for the heads-up!

  5. Ozaer N. said,

    Free is Free! Thanks again Gary!

  6. Glenn said,

    Was not targetted. Did this yesterday. Points posted today.

  7. Lindy said,

    Wow, thanks Gary, what a nice gift!

    Nothing in life is free… wonder what’s up w/ Hyatt?

  8. Dave said,

    Thanks, Gary….every point counts and FREE is always nice!

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