This is a great open link (although intended for Microsofties – aka Microsoft employees).
Microsoft Strategic Sourcing GPG has partnered with Hyatt Hotels & Resorts to create this exclusive, best-in-market Hyatt Gold Passport offer for MS employees.
Upgrade to Platinum Status
Register to enjoy the premium perks of Hyatt Gold Passport® Platinum membership through February 2015 when staying at Hyatt hotels worldwide. With this exclusive offer, you can experience the premium benefits of Platinum status including a 15% point bonus, complimentary in-room Internet access, 2 p.m. late check-out and more. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, every stay at Hyatt will be even more rewarding.
Additionally, with just 4 stays or 10 nights in 2014 you will maintain Platinum status through February 2016 – that’s 1 fewer stay or 5 fewer nights than normally required to achieve or maintain this elite status.
Fast Track to Diamond
Once you’ve achieved Platinum status, you will be registered to achieve Diamond status even faster. After only 20 stays or 40 nights in 2014, you will be upgraded to Diamond status through February 2016 – that’s 5 fewer stays or 10 fewer nights than normally required to achieve this elite status. You will enjoy elite benefits and rewards including a 30% point bonus, exclusive access to the Regency Club® or Grand Club® lounge, suite upgrade awards and more.
Already a Hyatt Gold Passport Platinum member?
Re-achieve your Platinum status through February 2016 with just 4 stays or 10 nights in 2014 and also be on your way to earning Diamond Status sooner, after only 20 stays or 40 nights in 2014 with the Microsoft Fast Track offer.
Already a Hyatt Gold Passport Diamond member?
Re-achieve your Diamond status through February 2016 with just 20 stays or 40 nights in 2014 with the Microsoft Fast Track to Diamond Status offer.
Your mileage may vary. It seemed to work for me (status was upgraded).
Source was Points, Miles, and Martinis.