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Clarifying Globalist re-qualification

Clarifying Globalist re-qualification

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Ben,

    Hope you’re well. As we approach the year-end and many of us count how many points and miles we need for 2019 statuses…

    I think it is noteworthy to remind 2018 Globalists who qualified from Hyatt Gold Passport Diamond via a promotion that they will have to stay [B]60 [/B]nights to re-qualify for 2019, not [B]55[/B].

    The re-qualification rules define that 55 nights is the threshold for Globalists who stayed 60 nights the year prior! I’m pretty good with asterisks and sidenotes, but almost missed this!

    Just spoke with a World of Hyatt manager over the phone to emphasize that this clause may have been missed by many current Globalists who re-qualified under a promotion last year, when Hyatt doubled the top-tier qualification.

    Safe to get the word out there than be disappointed at the end of December!!!

  2. MidSouthSkier


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