Hyatt Launches 20% Off Plus Free Breakfast Rate, Stackable With Triple Points!

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Hyatt.com is now offering 20% off and free breakfast for Hyatt loyalty members at most Hyatt hotels.

They will offer this rate for booking through 9/8 and for stays through 12/20.

The Members save more+breakfast rate will be 20% off the standard/daily rate:

 

As a Globalist member I get breakfast on all stays and I have had success asking Hyatt hotels for a kosher catered breakfast. Post your results getting a kosher breakfast with this promotion in the comments below!

This will stack with the current Hyatt promo for 2,500 points and then triple points on Hyatt stays through 9/30.

Hyatt normally awards 5 points per dollar spent, so you’ll earn 15 points per dollar spent with this promo. Additionally, elites will earn their standard 0.5-1.5 points per dollar spent and Chase World Of Hyatt Credit Cardholders also earn 4 points per dollar spent.

Plus, you can cancel Hyatt rooms until 24 hours before your stay without penalty.

Will you book any rooms with this promo?

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Don

Did you have any luck getting free kosher breakfast in Mexico: Cancun or playa del Carmen hotels?

Rich

Free breakfast in a shared space environment? And this is an “offer?”

Dave

Can I book this with Hyatt points ?

Dave

Also is there any way to book the suites with points ?
I only see the option to get the standard rooms with points

John

You cannot though if you are globalist or have an upgrade certificate you can if your not then find a friend who is

Joel2

AAA also gets 20% off

Richard Silverman

What hotels are offering kosher catered breakfast when you ask? I imagine it needs to be in a big American City with larger Jewish population

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