Registration Now Open for Hyatt’s Fall “Imagine the Possibilities” Promotion

Hyatt has now opened the registration for the fall 2012 “Imagine the Possibilities” promotion that I wrote about the other week.

Hyatt Imagine The Possibilities
Hyatt Imagine The Possibilities

You can register for this promotion here.

Here are the terms and conditions of this offer:

ELIGIBILITY/HOW TO REGISTER: To participate in this Promotion, you must be a Hyatt Gold Passport member and register for this Promotion. Current member online registration begins August 15, 2012 by visiting and ends October 31, 2012. New member enrollments from August 15, 2012 through October 31, 2012 will automatically be registered for the Promotion. Void where prohibited.

PROMOTION PERIOD: Promotion begins September 1, 2012 and ends November 30, 2012 (“Promotion Period”).

ELIGIBLE NIGHTS: For the purpose of this Offer, an “Eligible Night” shall be defined as one (1) night at any participating hotel or resort when choosing points or miles and paying an Eligible Rate (as defined below). Award nights shall not constitute an Eligible Night. Hyatt Gold Passport members will only receive eligible night credit for their room, regardless of the number of paid rooms.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE: During the Promotion Period, complete five (5) Eligible Nights at any participating Park Hyatt®, Andaz®, Grand Hyatt®, Hyatt®, Hyatt Regency®, Hyatt Place®, Hyatt House™, or Hyatt Residence Club® hotel and resort worldwide. After your first five (5) Eligible Nights, earn 5,000 Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points. Earn 10,000 Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points for every five (5) subsequent Eligible Nights thereafter during the Promotion Period. A maximum of 65,000 bonus points may be earned during the Promotion Period. To receive bonus points, you must be a Hyatt Gold Passport member, register for the Promotion, provide your Hyatt Gold Passport membership number at reservation/check-in, be a registered guest physically occupying the room to which you are registered, and pay an Eligible Rate. For the purpose of this Promotion, an “Eligible Rate” shall be defined as any hotel published room rate, including, but not limited to, rates found on, the Hyatt Daily Rate, volume, AAA and senior citizen rates. “Ineligible Rates” are discounted rates, including, but not limited to, any free night stays, Internet wholesale rates (such as,, etc.), traditional wholesale rates (such as GOGO Worldwide Vacations, Pleasant Holidays, etc.), airline crew rates, airline employee rates, travel agency employee rates, Club at the Hyatt discount certificate stays, Hyatt employee or employee family discount rates, airline interrupted-trip vouchers or contracted rooms (a contracted room is a room that has been reserved pursuant to a written and executed agreement between a hotel and a corporation, government agency or individual for a negotiated room rate in exchange for an agreed upon number of rooms to be rented for an extended period of time).

BONUS POINT POSTING: Please allow two to three (2-3) weeks after your fifth Eligible Night (and every five Eligible Nights thereafter) for bonus points to be posted to your Hyatt Gold Passport account (allow 4-6 weeks for bonus points from nights outside the U.S.).

GENERAL CONDITIONS: Hyatt Gold Passport reserves the right to alter or withdraw this Promotion at any time without notice. This Promotion is subject to the complete Terms and Conditions of the Hyatt Gold Passport program. Membership in Hyatt Gold Passport is free. For complete program terms and conditions, and to join, visit

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