Purchase Hyatt Points at a Discount

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Today’s Daily Getaway promotion (Day 23) is selling Hyatt points at a discount – here are the various packages:

24,000 Hyatt Points

  • Cost: $260 ($234 with Amex card)
  • Cost per point: 1.08 cents/point (0.975 cents/point with Amex)
  • Availability: 100

30,000 Hyatt Points

  • Cost: $330 ($297 with Amex card)
  • Cost per point: 1.1 cents/point (0.99 cents/point with Amex card)
  • Availability: 35

36,000 Hyatt Bonus Points

  • Cost: $415 ($373.50 with Amex card)
  • Cost per point: 1.15 cents/point (1.04 cents/point with Amex card)
  • Availability: 15

69,000 Hyatt Bonus Points

  • Cost: $775 ($697.50 with Amex card)
  • Cost per point: 1.12 cents/point (1.02 cents/point with Amex card)
  • Availability: 15

This means you are purchasing points at at about 1 cent per point, although each package does vary slightly. While I’d absolutely like to take advantage of this sale, with the more than ridiculously low availability chances of finding a needle in a haystack are greater. If I am home, I will attempt, but I will absolutely not be rearranging my schedule to ensure I am at a computer.

This deal will go on sale at 1pm EST TODAY Wednesday July 11th. Availability is limited and twill probably sell out within seconds after the sale goes live. I’d suggest getting to your computer a few minutes prior to the packages going on sale and continuously refreshing your browser. You can only purchase one of each package for a total of three packages. Also remember, like all other Daily Getaway promotions, you’ll receive 10% off the purchase price if you use any American Express credit card.

You can find out more about this 5 weeks of Daily Getaway Travel promotions in this prior blog post.

Comments

  1. Hello, for those who have bought 40,000 points from Hyatt this year (Hyatt’s annual purchase cap), can they still participate in this deal?

  2. The lowest priced / least amount of points (of which there were 100 available) were gone in 10 minutes. The other ones went even faster.

  3. Hello,

    Please help me understand as I’m new at this. I’m confused as to how much you are valuing the cost of a point. In example no. 1 it cost $260 to buy 24,000 Hyatt points; $260/24,000 = 0.010833…but you are valuing it as 1.1 cents per point. Why to you have to multiply by 100, shouldn’t the cost be 0.01083? Could you pls. explain the calculation. Thank you.

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