(EXPIRED) 1,000 bonus Etihad Guest miles per Hyatt stay in February & March

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World of Hyatt is offering a new bonus of 1,000 Etihad Guest miles per Hyatt stay from February 1 through March 30, 2024 when you register by February 29, 2024. That’s not a bonus big enough to move the needle in terms of choosing Hyatt over other options, but it’s a added bonus on top of the World of Hyatt points and American Airlines miles you’ll already earn for your Hyatt stays assuming you have both American and Etihad synced up for earning.

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The Deal

  • World of Hyatt is offering 1,000 bonus Etihad Guest miles per stay to members who register by February 29, 2024 and stay at participating World of Hyatt and SLH hotels and resorts from February 1, 2024 to March 30, 2024.
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Key Terms

  • You must be a World of Hyatt member in good standing, an Etihad Guest member, and register for the promotion between January 29, at 8:00 a.m. CT and February 29, 2024, at 11:59 p.m. CT to participate.

  • You must enter your valid Etihad Guest member number upon registration. Click here to join World of Hyatt, and click here to register for the promotion.

  • Only Eligible Stays completed after registration and between February 1 and March 30, 2024, (“Promotion Period”) will count towards this promotion. Eligible Stays must be completed by March 30, 2024.

  • 1,000 Etihad Guest bonus miles: Beginning after registration and during the Promotion Period, you will receive 1,000 Etihad Guest bonus miles for every Eligible Stay at participating Hyatt hotels and resorts worldwide and participating Small Luxury Hotels of the World (“SLH”) properties.

  • Promotion is not valid at hotels that do not participate in World of Hyatt at the time of your stay.

  • For the purpose of this promotion, an “Eligible Stay” is defined as any stay where a member is paying an Eligible Rate or redeems a free night award.

  • For the purposes of this promotion, consecutive nights at the same hotel constitute one stay (even if you check out and check back in).

  • You must choose to earn either World of Hyatt Base Points or Etihad Guest miles as your base earning. If you choose to earn World of Hyatt Base Points at check-in, you will receive 1,000 Etihad Guest bonus miles in additional to World of Hyatt Base Points earned. If you choose to earn Etihad Guest miles at check-in, you will receive the ongoing benefit of 500 Etihad Guest miles in addition to the 1,000 bonus miles as part of the promotion during the promotional period.

  • Please allow 6-8 weeks after checkout for bonus miles to be posted to your World of Hyatt account.

Quick Thoughts

Again, this bonus is on top of the Hyatt points you’ll earn on your stays and the American Airlines miles you can earn thanks to Hyatt’s partnership with AA. The ability to earn Hyatt points along with miles in two different airline programs on the same stay is fairly unique.

Again, for clarity’s sake, you do not need to choose to earn Etihad Guest miles instead of World of Hyatt points. Rather, you just need to register and link accounts. Assuming you are set up to earn Hyatt points on your stays, you’ll earn both Hyatt points and these bonus Etihad Guest miles. If for some reason you choose to earn Etihad points instead of Hyatt points, you’ll earn 500 Etihad Guest miles per Hyatt stay plus this 1K bonus (but I generally wouldn’t recommend that).

Of course 1,000 Etihad Guest miles won’t get you too far (pun intended) thanks to the distance-based award chart they debuted last year. Still, I have at least one Hyatt stay planned between February and March and may end up with another, so I’ll take a couple thousand Etihad miles rather than not taking them. Maybe I’ll never use them and they’ll expire, but better to have that happen than not have them if a need arises. Keep in mind that you can transfer to Etihad Guest from Amex Membership Rewards, Capital One miles, and Citi ThankYou points. That makes it pretty easy to put together the miles for an award in  the event that you find a good reason to redeem Etihad miles.

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Sweet, this actually posted as HYATT POINTS instead of (?) Etihad. Excellent! 😀


Same for me!


Reyes – new to Hyatt this year saw this note: “The ability to earn Hyatt points along with miles in two different airline programs on the same stay is fairly unique.” – Can you share more as I don’t see anything about airline bonus points on Hyatt stays in the Hyatt overview. Only thing I found was on the hyatt site that if I link accounts it says I would get hyatt points on AA flights (doesn’t mention the other direction) – also is this only good for AA?


I have 2 bookings with hyatt all inclusive resorts next week and am already linked with AA. One is a points res and the other is $. If I register here, I will earn an additional 1K at Etihad on top of Hyatt and AA? Just wanted to make sure I understand correctly.


Since we’re talking about a Middle East carrier, let’s not forget about the Marriott-Emirates partnership. All Marriott spending on stays earns 1X on Emirates. Registration required. Ongoing, not just a promotion. Hope this helps someone.


No harm in doing it, but…meh.


Yes but there is the AA First Class for 10k Guest miles for flights under 500mi. Not great but something I’m booking again today.


I suppose. It might also make sense for some domestic economy tickets here and there. Just…meh.


Just booked last minute at 3.3 cpp in first. Better than some Avios for AA redemptions I’ve made.