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Hotel nights good, hotel nights in massive suites that should cost a fortune, just for cashing in one of your four annual certificates, very very good. Things are a bit crazy in the hotel world right now. Starwood and Marriott are forming a super group, Hilton is offering anyone with a blockbuster card status and Hyatt is offering elite status matches all the way to top tier Diamond from any competing chain. Get your share of suites…

To Match

This could not be easier. If you are capable of earning elite status in the first place, you should be more than competent to send the one email you need to match into the Hyatt program. Remember, you don’t give up any current status when you match, you keep everything in tact and if matched, you have a brand new shiny minted status from just a few mouse clicks. Make a Hyatt Gold Passport loyalty account for free if you don’t already have one, write your number down, and then email goldpassport@hyatt.com with your Hyatt number and a copy of your current elite hotel status card, preferably including  screen shot of your activity reflecting at least one stay or more, though you may be able to get away without it.  

Simple, sorted. If you like suites, and I certainly assume you might, this is an easy way to match your current status into one at many top properties in major cities world wide. Follow the steps, be diligent, give them time and if you don’t hear back, follow up. It’s not their job to track you down to give you free sh*t, that’s yours. 

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