Frequent Traveler University/Frequent Traveler University Advanced Dallas was just announced last week, and tickets have been selling fast.
Frequent Traveler University Advanced is SOLD OUT, but there are still tickets left to the regular session.
By registering for either event, you’ll receive complimentary Hyatt Gold Passport Platinum status. It’s only $149 to register, and you don’t need to get a Hyatt Credit Card, which is nice for those that can’t get this card either due to location or credit issues.
Normally, you need 5 stays to reach Hyatt Platinum, so if you average each stay at around $100, you’d be spending $500-ish out of pocket to reach the entry-level tier.
Here are the perks of being a Hyatt Platinum:
- Achieve rewards faster with a 15% point bonus when choosing points
- Enjoy a preferred room including rooms on higher floors or larger rooms, based on availability upon arrival1
- Stay connected with complimentary in-room Internet access2
- Expedite check-in at a dedicated area for elite members3
- Ensure a room is always available with our 72-hour guarantee4
- Extend your stay until 2:00 p.m. with a late check out request5
- Book reservations through an exclusive Platinum line
Hyatt status will be confirmed sometime after your registration, and there could be a lag time of up to 6 weeks after the event itself, so please keep that in mind as you register. As a plus, if you’re not yet a Hyatt elite, the host hotel for the FTU DFW s at the Hyatt Regency DFW, so there’s a chance you could have your status in-hand at the start of the conference, which is nice.
To register for Frequent Traveler University DFW, click here.
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