You better think fast because someone’s about to get their wish!
That’s right, your boy J. Money’s got another hot giveaway here for all his hot readers!
And this time it extends to every single one of y’all no matter where you are, or where you WANNA be. Cuz when you’ve got Hyatt in your corner, the world is all yours baby! (Ooooooh do I smell a new tagline?)
Here’s how it’s gonna work. 1st) We’re gonna drop some Hyatt Credit Card knowledge on you, and you’re gonna like it (take that). And then 2nd) You’re gonna tell me the answer to that question up there so you can be entered to win 2 of these incredible nights! Easy right? You’ll learn a little, and you’ll get a little adventurous. That’s how we like to do things here ;)
The Spankin’ New Hyatt Chase Credit Card
Hyatt created a card where each member will be rewarded with two nights at any Hyatt anywhere in the world (redeemable within one year) just for using their card the very first time. This is unique among hotel reward cards as there is no point translation required or property restrictions associated with the two nights.
The Hyatt Card offers 3 Hyatt Gold Passport points for every $1 spent at any Hyatt property, 1 point for every $1 spent on purchases elsewhere and there are no limits on the number of points that can be earned. Redemptions are simple and easy, with no blackout dates, no limit on available standard rooms and no resort fees. The Hyatt Card also offers no foreign exchange fees when making international purchases on the card, and Hyatt Gold Passport Platinum membership for the life of the card. Which gets you:
- 15% point bonus on each stay
- The best room available within the category booked
- Complimentary Internet service
- Expedited check-in at a dedicated area for members
- Guaranteed 72-hour room availability
- Visa concierge service and acceptance at millions of merchants in more than 200 countries
- Travel protection, including trip cancellation, lost luggage and trip delay.
- Annual Fee of $75
For more info, check out their Website or hit ’em up on their Facebook Page. Hope some of you Hyatt lovers can take advantage of this!
The 2 Free Nights Giveaway
Y’all still with me? If so, enter this very question below in the comments and be entered to win two FREE nights at ANY Hyatt hotel in the entire world! ANYWHERE! Like Hawaii, China, The Caribbean, Denver – wherever you find a Hyatt. If you need ideas, here’s a world map of their places ;) Here’s the question again:
Where would you go, and WHAT would you do, with 2 free hotel nights at the Hyatt?
Answer now for your chance to win! We’ll pick the lucky winner this up and coming Sunday night (Nov 14th), and we’ll use Random.org so everyone’s got a shot.
I’ll go first… If I were to get 2 free nights at The Hyatt (which I am, just for hosting this! Even though I usually don’t get anything through these giveaways! haha…) I’d spend it at a weekend in Chicago. In two Fridays to be exact ;) Gotta meet up w/ my boy Nate so we can continue making Love Drop all it can be! W00T. (Your turn)
*GIVEAWAY NOW OVER* The lucky winner of TWO fabulous nights at the Hyatt is….. here we go!… get excited!! Ally! Congrats! Check your inbox for an email from me ;)
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