As I first wrote about a couple of weeks ago, Hyatt Gold Passport has undergone some system maintenance this past week. They were transitioning to a new server, which meant all Gold Passport functions were unavailable from December 15-18. That’s a pretty substantial downtime, given that you couldn’t redeem points, suite upgrades, free night certificates, etc., during that period.
While the system issues were initially only supposed to last through December 18, this morning Gold Passport remained unavailable.
The good news is that it looks like Hyatt Gold Passport is once again “up,” so if you’ve been waiting to make a booking or perform any Gold Passport functions, you’re good to go. From looking at Hyatt’s website it doesn’t look like anything has changed on the front end.
Keep in mind that while the system is back up, any account activity accrued after December 12, 2015, won’t be reflected in your account until the week of December 28, 2015.
While I thought I had my travel mapped out for the rest of the year, I’m happy the system is back up, as I needed to make a last minute booking at the Hyatt Regency Capital Gate Abu Dhabi, which I was going to redeem my Chase Hyatt Visa Card annual free night certificate for.
Have you been waiting for Hyatt Gold Passport to be operational again?