Today’s Daily Getaway: Buy Hyatt Points for as Little as ~1.04 Cents Each!

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Here’s a good deal for folks who know how to get good value from Hyatt points!

At 1:00 pm Eastern Time today, you can buy various quantities of Hyatt points at a big discountUp to 46% off, depending on which package you buy!

If you’re interested in buying Hyatt points for cheap, make sure you’re ready to purchase the second these deals go live.  Because they’ll likely sell out immediately!

Discounted Hyatt Points 2017

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Discounted Hyatt Points 2017

Link:   Daily Getaways

Link:   24,000 Hyatt Points for $260

Starting at 1:00 pm Eastern Time, you’ll be able to buy Hyatt points through Daily Getaways for much less than Hyatt sells them for.  Even with the current 30% bonus (which ends May 23, 2017), you’ll still pay ~1.85 cents per point.

Hyatt markets these as “free nights“, but they are in fact just different amounts of points.  And the amount you’ll pay per point depends on which package you buy.  Here’s what’s available:

Each Hyatt member is limited to 1 of each package.  And you’ll need to already be a World of Hyatt member (joining is free!) to buy these packages.  Once you buy a package, you’ll receive the points in your account within 10 days.

Most folks will probably like the 24,000 Hyatt points for $260 (other packages are a better deal, but quite a bit more money!).  Buying this package is like buying Hyatt points for just ~1.08 cents each!

Are These Packages a Good Deal?

If you know how to use Hyatt points, this can be an excellent deal!  Because you can get much more value than just 1.08 cents per point, depending on where you stay.

For example, the Hyatt Regency Schaumburg, Chicago, usually charges $170+ per night.  But you can book a free night for just 5,000 Hyatt points, giving you a value of 3.4 cents per point ($170 per night / 5,000 Hyatt points)!

Discounted Hyatt Points 2017

The Hyatt Regency Schaumburg, Chicago, Costs $170+ per Night. But It Only Costs 5,000 Hyatt Points!

Buying 24,000 Hyatt points for $260 would get you nearly 5 free nights at this hotel.  That means you would receive almost $850 in value from a $260 purchase!

However, it’s easy to get a much worse redemption rate with other hotels!  So only buy this Daily Getaways deal if you’re confident you can get a good value from your points.

Note:   Use a card that earns bonus points for travel, like the Chase Sapphire Preferred or Citi Prestige.  Because when you buy packages from Daily Getaways, it codes as a travel purchase.

And remember, if you want to extend your Hyatt stay even further, you can apply for the Hyatt Credit Card.  It comes with 2 free nights at ANY Hyatt hotel after meeting minimum spending requirements.  And this is one of the few cards NOT affected by Chase’s strict approval rules.

Bottom Line

Starting today at 1:00 pm Eastern Time, you can buy Hyatt points at a steep discount!  You’ll be able to choose from 4 different packages, including 24,000 Hyatt points for $260.  That’s a value of 1.08 cents per point!

These packages will sell quickly, so make sure you’re ready when these deals become available!

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9 responses to “Today’s Daily Getaway: Buy Hyatt Points for as Little as ~1.04 Cents Each!

  1. Hello,

    Will buying these points count towards status upgrades? I already have Discoverist status with the Hyatt Credit Card. If I buy enough points, will I be able to upgrage to Explorist by buying 50,000 points or 100,000 for Globalist? Thanks in advance!

  2. Answered my own question. They will be counted as bonus points, not base points.
    https://help.hyatt.com/en/hyatt-terms/world-of-hyatt-terms.html

    “5. Base Points and Bonus Points; Eligible Rate. If a Member chooses to earn points for his/her stay, such Member will earn five (5) points for each whole U.S. dollar or U.S. dollar equivalent spent by the Member on an Eligible Rate. Such points will be considered “Base Points,” which means that they will be considered when calculating a Member’s progress towards elite status in the Program. Please see Appendix C for a description of elite status and qualification requirements. A Member may also earn Base Points for payment of Eligible Incidental Charges and Eligible Non-Stay Charges, as each term is defined below. Except where expressly specified otherwise, all other points earned by a Member will be “Bonus Points.” Bonus Points include (without limitation) percentage bonuses awarded to Members with elite status (as described in Appendix C), points provided to a Member by Hyatt customer service, points earned through the Hyatt Credit Card, or by holding Qualifying Events (as defined and described in Appendix E ), points that are purchased or received by transfer or gift, and points earned through a promotional offer (unless the promotional offer expressly notes otherwise). Bonus Points may be redeemed for Program awards, but are not counted for the purposes of calculating a Member’s progress towards elite status.”

  3. This is a scam, I tried with 3 people and 2 computers each, no option……..

    • How is it a scam? Did you spend money and not receive the goods you purchased? No, it is just extremely low quantity and high demand.

      • 3 people with 2 computers trying and nothing, this is not a realistic offer, for me is fake marketing, chances are almost 0

  4. Well those all instantly sold out

    • There are 25 of the $775 available. I click on buy now and it states, “Sorry, this inventory is already on hold for other customers while they complete their order.” I click on try again and I receive the same message. After an hour of clicking you think you would of been able to purchase.

  5. Little old me, one person with one computer, was able to get through and purchase 30,000 Hyatt points. Surprised to be able to make the purchase and that I got through “late” at 12:08 Central time.

  6. I was also able to get through–right at 12:00. $415 for 40K–great deal! A tip for future years–there must have been a lot of activity, as after I initially “clicked through” and was entering account details, I received an error message. I then hit the reverse arrow and went back a page. After re-trying this several times and still receiving the same error message, it finally went through. I hadn’t noticed it before, but there is a cart timer–so since I never left the site or ended the purchase process, it kept the package in my cart even though the system was having issues.

    As always, thanks so much for this site–I’ve learned a ton and am having a ball with this hobby!