Update: No landing page for the offer but it now appears everyone should be eligible.
Hyatt recently announced a special 500 point bonus offer to entice customers to book hotel stays through the Hyatt App or Hyatt Mobile Web Site. This offer is good for all stays through September 30, 2015. I don’t believe any registration is required.
It appears that each stay booked via a mobile method mentioned above, except for stays at M Life hotels and resorts, is eligible for the 500 point bonus with no limit of how many bonus points one can earn. The only limitation is you can only earn one 500 point bonus per stay, even if you book multiple rooms. Award reservations are not eligible for the bonus.
This is a nice little bonus offer from Hyatt just for booking via a phone instead of a computer or calling Hyatt customer service. If you have any upcoming stays with Hyatt in the next 2 months, make sure to book them via your mobile device. And if you have a stay previously booked and the rate hasn’t changed, I would cancel it and rebook via a mobile device to pickup an extra 500 points.
Here are the complete terms of the offer:
“To earn 500 Hyatt Gold Passport points under this offer, you must book a new stay on an Eligible Rate through the Hyatt App or the Hyatt Mobile Site. Both reservation and stay must be made and completed August 1, 2015 through September 30, 2015 at any Hyatt hotel, excluding M life resorts. Eligible Rate is defined in the Hyatt Gold Passport terms and conditions. All hotel reservations are subject to availability and must be made in advance.
Hyatt Gold Passport membership at time of stay is required and members must provide their membership number and be a registered guest of the room. Membership is free and enrollment is available at goldpassport.com or at a participating hotel. Only one 500 point bonus may be earned per member, per stay, regardless of how many rooms are booked. This offer is subject to the complete terms and conditions of Hyatt Gold Passport. Please allow 2-3 weeks after stay is completed for points to be credited to account. “