New Ways for World of Hyatt Members to Earn

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- June 21, 2019

World of Hyatt recently announced a new partnership with Lindblad Expeditions. Now, World of Hyatt members enjoy the opportunity to earn and redeem World of Hyatt points with the expedition cruise provider.

The brand says Lindblad Expeditions fits within its three landmarks of wellbeing — feel, fuel and function. Through the cruise provider’s unprecedented adventure experiences and nature encounters, World of Hyatt members gain new perspectives and enhance their wellbeing.

World of Hyatt members earn five base points per $1 spent with Lindblad Expeditions, not including incidentals. Members receive elite tier bonus points on eligible spending. Points are redeemable for complimentary expeditions. Members also receive $250 on-board credit, good for spa services, beverages, classes and more. Elite tier qualifying night credits for expedition nights are available.

“Our members tell us they want to return from a trip having experienced something new. They see traveling as a way to experience other people, places and cultures and desire authentic, expansive and real-world experiences,” said Amy Weinberg, senior vice president, World of Hyatt. “Through this new relationship with Lindblad Expeditions, World of Hyatt members will soon be able to enjoy even more personalized adventures and distinct, educational experiences that satisfy their desire to experience something new while enhancing their wellbeing and providing opportunities to discover rare parts of the planet — all while being specially rewarded with World of Hyatt loyalty benefits.”

“Hyatt has long been known as one of the most innovative companies in the hospitality industry, and we are thrilled to be collaborating with them and to be able to offer World of Hyatt members the opportunity to travel to some of the world’s most pristine and remote geographies,” added Philip Auerbach, chief commercial officer, Lindblad Expeditions. “For over 50 years we have been pioneering travel to the far-flung corners of the globe, from bringing the first ever tourists to Antarctica in 1966 and the Galapagos in 1967, to being the first company to bring tourists through the Northwest Passage in 1984, all with the belief that exposing people to the wonders of these places causes them to become lifelong advocates for the people, places and wildlife they have encountered. We are very pleased to be able to extend that tradition to the World of Hyatt family, giving members an opportunity to travel to new places, and in new ways.”

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