Hyatt’s Sweet Dreams Sweet Rewards Summer 2015 Promotion

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I actually wasn’t counting on Hyatt to run a summer promotion this year, so I was pleased when I saw an email show up just today with details.

Hyatt’s Sweet Dreams, Sweet Rewards summer promo looks extremely similar to the winter promo they had earlier this year called Stay More, Play More. They must be pleased with the way that their tiered promos have been going lately, since last summer’s Hyatt promo was completely different and earned you triple airline miles instead of any bonus GP points.

The summer promo email said that after I’d accumulated 15 eligible nights between June 1 and September 30, 2015, I’d earn 30,000 bonus Hyatt Gold Passport points. 5 nights more would earn an additional 15,000 bonus points and 5 nights after that would earn 20,000 bonus points, for a possible total of 65,000 Gold Passport points during the promotion.

I noted that M life property stays are excluded from counting towards this promotion, which is a little unusual as typically all Hyatt properties participate in a promo whereas other hotel chain promotions often see multiple properties opting out.

Here’s the earning chart –

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I am not wowed by the promo, but pleased that there is one this summer. I’m not going to modify any of my travel to try and reach the maximum with this promo. Promotions aren’t as generous as they used to be so if I have stays and happen to earn some bonus Gold Passport points I’ll be happy.

Some members may have received a different version of this promotion, as in the past. I expect that some will get the one with the earning chart of –

5 Nights + 5,000 Points = 5,000 Total Points Earned
10 Nights + 10,000 Points = 15,000 Total Points Earned
15 Nights + 15,000 Points = 30,000 Total Points Earned
20 Nights + 2,000 Points = 50,000 Total Points Earned

Click here to register to see which offer you got.

Which did you receive?

Note: I’d posted this link –


but a reader found that it only went to my specific offer, which is denoted by the “65STAY2515″. You may want to check your email to see which offer you’ve received.

Terms & Conditions:

You must receive this offer from Hyatt and register by September 30, 2015. All Eligible Nights under this offer must occur from June 1, 2015 through September 30, 2015 (“Offer Period’). You will receive 30,000 Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points after you complete fifteen Eligible Nights, an additional 15,000 Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points after you complete twenty Eligible Nights, and an additional 20,000 Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points after you complete twenty five Eligible Nights during the Offer Period. A maximum 65,000 bonus points may be earned, regardless of the number of nights completed during the Offer Period. For the purpose of this offer, an “Eligible Night” is defined as any night where a member is paying an Eligible Rate, as defined in the terms and conditions of Hyatt Gold Passport, except that nights at M life resorts do not count as Eligible Nights under this offer. Hyatt Gold Passport members will only receive Eligible Night credit for their room, regardless of the number of rooms paid. You must provide your Hyatt Gold Passport membership number at the time of check-in and choose points or miles for your stay. Hyatt Gold Passport will automatically track Eligible Nights when you provide your Hyatt Gold Passport membership number. Please allow two to three weeks after your stay for bonus points to be posted to your Hyatt Gold Passport account.

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    1. PainCorp, the box on the right says registration but you’re right does look like it only goes to the targeted offer so I’ve added a note next to it for other readers. I don’t have a generic link since the offer is different for everyone, but hopefully you’ll get an email soon with one for your specific offer. Thanks for reading!

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