World of Hyatt Q1 2019 Promotion earns you upto 1500 points per night

Hyatt has announced their first global promotion of the year last night, which starts on February 15, 2019, and goes on through May 15, 2019. The promotion offers you a maximum of 75,000 bonus points, many for staying at their hotels, and many more for staying at specific brands. Let’s have a look at the Hyatt Q1 2019 Promotion.

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You earn through this promotion as follows:

  • Earn 1,000 bonus points per night at Hyatt hotels, including participating M Life properties and participating Small Luxury Hotels of the World.
  • Earn an extra 500 bonus points per night when you stay at a Hyatt House or Hyatt Place property

This promotion is valid for stays at over 750 Hyatt hotels, over 100 Small Luxury Hotels of the World, and over 10 M Life properties.

This promotion triggers, however, only on your second stay during the period, and you first need to register here. Registration is open through March 31, 2019, only.

The promotion maxes out at 50,000 points at the most, which means you can earn for your stays of up to 50 nights at participating hotels globally. If you choose to stay at Hyatt Place/Hyatt House hotels, you get another 25,000 points.

The promotion does not differentiate between revenue stays and award stays, so if you choose to use your points for a stay, you are still going to get some points for every night of your stay.


This is a good promotion on many levels and should help Hyatt get some business from many customers in the absence of promotions from other hotel chains. Per night promotions are the best since they add to your account irrespective of milestones. And made sweeter by the fact that Hyatt is welcoming award stays for this one too!

What do you think of the latest promotion from the World of Hyatt?

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  1. I guess they mean

    Hyatt house and Hyatt Place

    Earn an extra 500 bonus points per night when you stay at a “Hyatt House or Hyatt House property”

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