You Can Now Earn and Redeem Points for Fitness Classes and Spa Therapies!

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Hyatt just put in place some a new way to earn and redeem points at participating Exhale locations. This is great for those who are into fitness classes and spa therapies! With this new launch, you’ll earn:

  • World of Hyatt members earn 10 Base Points per eligible dollar spent at participating Exhale locations
  • World of Hyatt Credit Cardmembers will earn four (4) Bonus Points per eligible dollar spent on their card at participating Exhale locations
  • Hyatt Credit Cardmembers will earn three (3) Bonus Points per eligible dollar spent on their card at participating Exhale locations
  • World of Hyatt members will receive their standard tier Bonus Points on eligible spend (10% Discoverist, 20% Explorist, 30% Globalist)

You’ll also have the opportunity to redeem points at a fixed rate, although most likely not as good of a value as redeeming for a free night stay:

  • Members can redeem 2,000 World of Hyatt points for fitness classes
  • Members can redeem 12,000 World of Hyatt points for a 60 minute massage or a 60 minute facial

And if you have status, there are some extra benefits in store:

  • Globalists: Free access to individual Exhale classes when staying at Hyatt hotels on an Eligible Rate or Free Night Award, Room Upgrade Award, or a Points + Cash Award plus (1) free Week of Wellbeing (unlimited fitness classes and retail/spa discounts at a participating Exhale location)
  • Explorists: One (1) free Week of Wellbeing (unlimited fitness classes and retail/spa discounts at a participating Exhale location)

While this is something very niche as it only applies to Exhale locations, this might be something very appealing for some guests!

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