Save Big Money With Hyatt, Las Vegas Hotel Packages, Loews Hotels, & More With Next Week’s Daily Getaways

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The 3rd week of Daily Getaways is coming up on April 6, 2015, and you could save money on Avis car rentals, Hyatt points, Omni and Loews hotels, and MGM Resorts Las Vegas stays!

Daily Getaways is a promotion offered every year by the US Travel Association.  For 5 weeks, they’ll have a different daily deal with discounts on hotels like Hyatt, IHG, and Club Carlson, car rental certificates from Alamo, and attractions like Universal Studios Hollywood.

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Treat Yourself to a Getaway for Less at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa Montelucia

Let’s see which deals are worth waiting for in week three!

How Does It Work?

Link:   Daily Getaways 2015

Until April 24, 2015, a new deal will be available on the Daily Getaways website each weekday at 1:00 pm Eastern Time.

Note the start time!  There are limited numbers of discounts available, and once they’ve sold out, the deal is done!  In the past, some offers have ended within a few minutes.

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You’ll Have to Be Speedy to Get These Deals Before They Sell Out!

You can NOT buy a deal until the date and time they are offered.

Note:   Last year, they offered 10% discount when you used your American Express card.  They’re not offering the extra discount this year.  🙁

Deals for Week 3:  April 6 to April 10, 2015

1.   April 6, 2015:  Avis Car Rental Discounts

You can get a certificate for a 1-day Avis car rental in the US, Canada, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands for only $30 through Daily Getaways.

The certificates are valid for rentals up to “premium” cars.  Specialty cars and “Cool Cars” are excluded, as are rentals in the New York metropolitan area.  There are also blackout dates, and 24-hour advanced reservation is required.

You can use up to 7 certificates per rental.  Taxes and surcharges must be paid separately.

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You Could Get a 1-Day Rental for $30 From Avis, but There Are Restrictions

I’d shop around before buying these certificates, because there are lots of other ways to save money on car rentals.  And you have to book directly through Avis.

If you’re a very frequent Avis renter, you may also be interested in purchasing an Avis Chairman’s Club Membership for $1,115 from Daily Getaways.  Usually, membership in Avis Chairman’s Club is by invitation only.

Chairman’s Club members get:

  • The best car available when you rent an intermediate level vehicle or higher (excludes Cool Cars)
  • Return valet service at large airports
  • Guaranteed car without reservations
  • Gas at discounted rates
  • Car delivery within 25 miles of Avis rental station

You’d have to rent a lot of Avis cars to make this worth your while!

2.   April 7, 2015 – Discount Stays at Omni Hotels and Resorts

There are 4 different packages available for discounted stays at Omni Hotels and Resorts.  Each package includes only specific hotels, so read the fine print before you buy to ensure the hotel you want is included!

You could get:

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You Could Enjoy a Round of Golf at the Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa in Rancho Mirage, California

Before you buy any of these deals, check the paid rate at the Omni hotel you’re interested in.  You won’t always save money!

For example, through Daily Getaways, 1 weekend night at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia costs $238 including taxes.  But when I searched, I found a Best Available Rate for ~$242 including taxes and resort fee!

And keep in mind there are blackout dates (which vary depending on hotel) and a 14-day advance reservation requirement with the Daily Getaways certificate.  In this case, it’s NOT worth it.

3.   April 8, 2015 – Discount Stays at Loews Hotels and Resorts

You can choose 1 of 5 packages for stays at certain Loews Hotels and Resorts.  And some of the deals are for luxury suites!

Here are the available packages:

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Looking for a European Vibe Without Leaving the Continent? Stay at the Loews Hotel Vogue in Montreal, Canada

I checked the regular price for 2 nights in a Grand Ocean Front Balcony Suite at the Loews Miami Beach in July 2015.  You’d pay ~$2,800 booking directly through the hotel.  But you’ll only pay $1,000 total through Daily Getaways.

That’s definitely not Big Travel with Small Money, but if you would have treated yourself to a suite anyway, it’s a good deal.

Again, before you buy any of these packages, check the paid rate at the hotel you’d like to stay at.  It might not always be cheaper!

4.   April 9, 2015 – Discount Stays at MGM Resorts in Las Vegas

If you didn’t jump on the Las Vegas deals in week 2, here’s another chance to get a discount vacation package in Las Vegas at 5 MGM Resorts!  There are only a few of each package available.

You can choose from:

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MGM Resorts Include Some of the Most Iconic Las Vegas Hotels, Like Mirage and Mandalay Bay

Read the fine print on each deal for other perks and information about blackout dates.

It’s hard to gauge exactly how good a value each of these deals are, because show tickets and dinners have variable pricing.

But to compare, 3 nights in a Sky View Suite at Mandalay Bay (without any of the extras) costs ~$1,403 in July 2015.  With Daily Getaways, you’ll get the same 3 nights plus show tickets, 2 dinners, limousine airport transfers, and spa treatments for $1,525.

Sounds like a good splurge to me!

5.   April 10, 2015 – Discount Hyatt Points

This deal will definitely not last long because there are less than 200 packages available!  You can buy Hyatt points for as little as ~1.04 cents per point with Daily Getaways in the following increments:

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You Could Spend Hyatt Points to Get a Free Night at the Top-Tier Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa and Pay a Fraction of the Paid Night Cost!

Normally, Hyatt sells points for 2.4 cents each.  So this is a fantastic discount (and a great way to get expensive rooms at a fraction of the cost!).

For example, the Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa is a category 7 hotel and costs 30,000 points per night.  If you paid cash for a night here, you’d pay over $1,500 per night!

But if you bought 30,000 points with the Daily Getaways deal, you’d pay $330, or only 22% of the cost of a paid room.  This is an amazing value.

This deal will NOT last!  I hope you have fast fingers!

Bottom Line

Depending on the promotion, you could save a lot of money with Daily Getaways week 3 travel deals!

Folks who are looking for Las Vegas stays, cheap car rentals, and luxury hotels might do well with this week’s offers.  And the discounted Hyatt points are a great bargain.

But always compare the regular paid rate for the package you want to be sure you’re actually getting a discount.

Last year, the best deals sold out fast.  So it pays to plan ahead and be ready to buy when these offers go live at 1:00 pm Eastern Time each day.

How will you make the most of Daily Getaways week 3 discounts?

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6 responses to “Save Big Money With Hyatt, Las Vegas Hotel Packages, Loews Hotels, & More With Next Week’s Daily Getaways

  1. Question- if I were to get the daily deal for Hyatt points, for example, am I purchasing these points from Hyatt? In other words, could i try to earn 3 points per dollar using my hyatt credit card? If not, what is this categorized as. Can I earn 2.14 pts in travel using my CSP?

  2. From the daily getaways deal website: “Package includes 40,000 Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points that may be redeemed at participating Hyatt Gold Passport Category 5 hotels” Does that mean that I can Not use these points for Category 6 or 7 ?

  3. @ Michael K – Not Hyatt. You are buying them from DAILY GETAWAYS – WASHINGTON DC. They are being treated as a Travel Agency.

    @JK – You can use the Hyatt points however you like. Daily Getaways just gives you example of how to use them.

  4. The price for Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa is slightly misleading. If booked in advance, the rate drops to $700 but still around 50% savings.

  5. it’s not hard to get above 1.6 cents per point off Hyatt stays, so buying in at < 1.1 cents is an easy decision.

    the 1 weekend night award at the omni is also a pretty solid deal if you want to go during peak time. I've stayed at a couple of resorts on that list and while off-peak rates can be seen at lower prices, if you want to stay when everyone else does, it's an easy 30~50% saved.

  6. I will be taking a trip to Salt Lake City at the end of the year. I need a hotel for 6-7 days. I was looking at the Hyatt advance purchase rates and for 7 nights it was over $1000 but the points rate was 8,000 per night. I do not have the Hyatt card or points membership. Is it worth it to buy 40,000 points and get the credit card for the two free nights? I understand price wise I will benefit but is the credit card worth it? I don’t use my US Airways card much after getting the points. Is is worth it to add another card?