(EXPIRED) Earn 2,000 Bonus Points For Every 4+ Night Hyatt House Stay

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World of Hyatt has launched a new promotion offering 2,000 bonus points for every four night stay at a Hyatt House property through the end of the year. This can be stacked with several other promotions to make a Hyatt House stay even more rewarding.

Hyatt House Chicago Schaumburg
Hyatt House Chicago/Schaumburg

The Deal

Key Terms

  • Registration required by November 30, 2018.
  • All Eligible Nights under this promotion must be completed November 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018
  • You will receive 2,000 Bonus Points for every stay of four (4) or more consecutive Eligible Nights at a Hyatt House property during the Promotion Period.
  • A maximum of 30,000 Bonus Points may be earned, regardless of the number of Eligible Nights completed during Promotion Period.
  • All points awarded under this promotion are Bonus Points.
  • For the purpose of this promotion, an “Eligible Night” is defined as any night where a member is paying an Eligible Rate or redeems a free night award for at least one night of their stay.
  • Only the room occupied by the Member will count toward this promotion.

Quick Thoughts

This promotion works out to be 500 bonus points per night if you stay exactly four nights during the promotion period. That alone might not make a Hyatt House stay worthwhile, but it can be stacked with several other deals:

Here’s an example of how rewarding stacking these deals can be. Let’s say you booked a five night stay at the Hyatt House Sterling/Dulles Airport-North in December. With taxes and fees, that comes to $401.72.

Hyatt House Sterling Dulles Airport North

If you and a partner were targeted for the Amex Offer, you could split the cost of the stay across both cards. With $120 back in statement credits, that’d make the net cost $281.72 or only $56.34 per night.

In return, you’d earn the following:

  • 2,000 bonus points from this new promotion
  • 2,500 bonus points from their main promotion (assuming that was your first stay)
  • 1,778 base points
  • Additional bonus points if Discoverist, Explorist or Globalist
  • 1,000 American Airlines miles

A nice feature of this promotion is that you’ll earn the 2,000 bonus points even on award stays.

Be sure to register for this promotion ASAP as registration closes a month before the end of the promotion period. Just be aware that even though registration is already open, bonus points are only awarded on stays between November 1 and December 31.

h/t MtM

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I have repeatedly experienced Hyatt Place or House not having a clue about these promotions when I show up. Last month it was a $25 food credit promo for staying at an HP. When I arrived, they had no idea what I was talking about and completely refused to acknowledge the promo, and when I showed them the promo online and pushed on it they interpreted it bizarrely as my needing to stay twice with them. This last weekend, I stayed at an HP with the 1000+500 AA miles promo, and they once again had no idea what I was talking about and then tried to deny it to me because I was on an award stay. I ended up emailing back and forth with the manager and had to show him the T&C before he relented. It’s very stressful to have to push people to get something so small like this honored.


With the AA promo is specifically says you have to tell them at checkin how you want your miles – you have two choices. Maybe that’s not true, but it is what is says.

Al jo

Unrelated but I agree the staff at Hyatt houses I’ve stayed are the absolutely most clueless — they told me the standard king was better than the upgraded suite I had booked and that I should take it since the other room wasn’t available.

And the rooms were disgusting (Carlsbad CA.)

Truly the bottom of the bottom when it comes to Hyatt quality