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Up To 24,500 Airline Miles

May 4, 2012

Need some miles for your next trip?  Or just looking to build up your miles stash?  Hyatt’s Summer Promotion has begun and you can earn up to 24,500 miles.
What Hyatt? Uh, isn’t Hyatt a hotel? How can I earn airline miles?  Here’s how:

From May 1 – August 31, 2012 simply stay at any participating Hyatt hotel and earn up to 5X more miles. Plus, receive exclusive benefits after your 5th eligible stay with a Hyatt Gold Passport ® Platinum status upgrade.

Stays Earning per Stay
2 – 3 4X participating airline miles/points/kilometers
4 – 11 5X participating airline miles/points/kilometers


Eligible Stays Base Miles Per Stay Additional Miles Earned Via Promotion Cumulative Total Miles Earned Per Stay Cumulative Total Miles Earned Under Promotion
1 Stay 500 miles 0 miles 500 miles 500 miles
2 Stays 500 miles 1,500 miles 2,000 miles 2,500 miles
3 Stays 500 miles 1,500 miles 2,000 miles 4,500 miles
4 Stays 500 miles 2,000 miles 2,500 miles 7,000 miles
5 Stays 500 miles 2,000 miles 2,500 miles 9,500 miles
6 Stays 500 miles 2,000 miles 2,500 miles 12,000 miles
7 Stays 500 miles 2,000 miles 2,500 miles 14,500 miles
8 Stays 500 miles 2,000 miles 2,500 miles 17,000 miles
9 Stays 500 miles 2,000 miles 2,500 miles 19,500 miles
10 Stays 500 miles 2,000 miles 2,500 miles 22,000 miles
11 Stays 500 miles 2,000 miles 2,500 miles 24,500 miles



Select the airline program that you wish to earn miles with below to register for the promotion1.

Air China (简体中文)

Air France / KLM (DeutschFrançais)

American Airlines

All Nippon Airways (日本語)

British Airways (FrançaisEspañol日本語简体中文)

China Eastern Airlines (简体中文)

Delta Air Lines®

Etihad Airways

Jet Airways

Lufthansa (DeutschFrançaisEspañol日本語简体中文)

Qatar Airways

Southwest Airlines®

United Airlines® (Français)

1 You may only register for this Promotion once.

Note: instead of receiving Hyatt points for each stay you will be receiving airline miles of your chosen airline.  

My first inclination would be to earn miles with American, but after not being able to take advantage of the $320 First class from Asia trip (read yesterday’s post), I need to build up my United mileage bank.

Which airline are you choosing?

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