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I received this email from Hyatt Hotels congratulating me on my 50th unique Hyatt Hotel stay.
With your recent travels, you’ve done it again – you’ve reached another Hyatt Milestone. It’s even more rare and special than the last, and your travel trail is longer than ever.
From your first Hyatt hotel stay at Hyatt Regency Boston Financial District to your recent stay at HyattPlace Orlando/Lake Mary, you’ve now visited 50 unique Hyatt hotels! We can’t thank you enough for your ongoing loyalty.
To celebrate your achievement, we’ve added your new hotels to your travel map and have a surprise gift waiting for you.
But, that wasn’t the end of it. There was a link that said VIEW MY MAP AND GIFT. I clicked on it and found KATHY’S HYATT MAP, highlighting the location of each Hyatt Hotel I’ve stayed at. It was really cool to look at the map and remember each hotel and trip. I actually enlarged the USA to see the individual hotels, since many were mushed together on the world map view.
I proceeded to click on YOUR GIFT,
YOU’VE LIT UP THE MAP WITH YOUR 50 UNIQUE HYATTS!
Today, we celebrate your stellar achievement with a special gift of 10,000 bonus points, which will be awarded to your account within the next week.
YES, 10,000 BONUS POINTS!!
I was also invited to play a GAME, for an additional 500 Hyatt Gold Points. I was asked to chronologically order 5 Hyatt stays. That was fun!
Thank you so much Hyatt Hotels for the many lovely stays I’ve had, for treating your guests so nicely, and for this special recognition and gift!
(p.s. don’t anyone tell Hyatt that the first Boston stay was booked through Priceline Name Your Price…..)
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