July 11th, 2013
Daily Getaway has Hyatt Points for sale today.
These can be bought at 1pm EDT. These deals sell out quickly so be ready to grab it exactly when the clock strikes 1! Be sure to open a Hyatt Gold Passport account beforehand.
So far I’ve had fantastic success buying Avis certificates, Hertz points, IHG points, and Wyndham points during this Daily Getaway run. I’ve yet to miss out on anything I was gunning for. What has your success rate been so far?
Here are today’s packages:
-You can buy 69,000 points for $697.50 after the automatic 10% off AMEX discount. That’s 1.01 cents per point.
-You can buy 36,000 points for $373.50 after the automatic 10% off AMEX discount. That’s 1.04 cents per point.
-You can buy 30,000 points for $297 after the automatic 10% off AMEX discount. That’s 0.99 cents per point.
-You can buy 24,000 points for $234 after the automatic 10% off AMEX discount. That’s 0.975 cents per point.
-22,000 points gets you into category 6 ultra-luxury hotels like Park Hyatts in Paris, Zurich, Tokyo, Sydney, and the Maldives where rooms go for $1,000/night. That’s a value of 4.55 cents per points. No other hotel chain offers their finest properties for so few points which is why Hyatt has so many fans.
-15,000 points gets you into category 4 hotels like the Andaz West Hollywood/LA, Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach Honolulu, Park Hyatt Melbourne, Park Hyatt Seoul, or Hyatt Place Midtown NYC. A room rate of $350 means a value of 2.33 cents per point.
Hyatt has no blackout dates or capacity controls. Plus you can confirm your 3+ night stay in a suite for just 50% more points (33,000/night for a category 6 hotel) which is a bargain compared to other chains.
You can also earn Hyatt points via the Hyatt Visa though you will earn more points per dollar by putting your spend on Chase Ultimate Rewards cards like Freedom, Sapphire Preferred, Ink Cash, Ink Bold, and Ink Plus.