Hyatt Fully Integrates Exhale Spas – Earn and Redeem Points for Massages, Fitness Classes, and More!

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Hyatt Fully Integrates Exhale Spas – Earn and Redeem Points for Massages, Fitness Classes, and More!

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Hyatt has expanded their partnership with Exhale and now you can earn and redeem Hyatt points for certain Exhale classes and services!  Plus some folks are being targeted with complimentary Explorist elite status if you have (or get) an annual Exhale membership.  And folks with The World Of Hyatt Credit Card will now earn bonus points for purchases made at Exhale locations with the card!

And you still have time left (until October 15, 2018), to register for Hyatt’s 2018 Fall promotion!

You Can Now Redeem Hyatt Points for Fitness Class & Spa Sessions

Hyatt Exhale Partnership

Last year Hyatt acquired Exhale spas and now they have fully integrated them into their loyalty program.

You can redeem your Hyatt points for the following Exhale Spa services:
A single fitness class session starts at $22 to $37 (depending on the spa location).  And most 60-minute massages or facials cost $140 to $200+.  These redemptions aren’t the worst, but you’ll still usually get a better deal if you use your Hyatt points for a free night at one of their hotels.  That said, team member Keith is super excited about this new redemption option.  Because his wife takes fitness classes at Exhale Spa in Santa Monica, so he and his wife will now be able to use points to save money!

The Hyatt-Exhale partnership is also positive because you’ll be able to earn Hyatt points for your spending at an Exhale Spa!

You’ll earn:

  • 10 Hyatt points per $1 spent at eligible Exhale locations
  • World of Hyatt cardholders will earn an additional 4 Hyatt points per $1 spent on the card at eligible Exhale locations
  • Globalist elite members will receive free Exhale classes when staying at a Hyatt hotel
  • Globalist & Explorist elite members get a free week of wellbeing, which includes free classes and discounts

Currently, there are only 18 participating Exhale locations, so the opportunity to take advantage of this deal is limited.  To take make use of these perks, you’ll need to link your accounts.

Hyatt Explorist Status for Exhale Members (Targeted)

Double check your email because some folks are being targeted with an offer to receive Hyatt Explorist status (until February 2020) with an annual Exhale membership.  To get this deal, you must get your annual membership (or have an existing membership) by November 15, 2018, and register for the promotion by November 30, 2018.

Explorist status is the second highest Hyatt elite tier and comes with perks like 4 club lounge passes annually, upgrade to best available room on arrival (excluding suites), and 20% bonus points.

An annual Exhale membership can include:

  • Unlimited barre, cardio, yoga + HIIT classes
  • 25% off spa therapies
  • 15% off boutique purchases & private training
  • 1 complimentary 15-minute acupuncture consultation
  • Access to member-only events and preferred rates with partners
  • Annual anniversary gift

Annual memberships cost $145 to $265 per month and perks vary by location.  If you’re targeted and were already planning on getting an Exhale annual membership then this is icing on the cake.  But there is no way it’s worth getting a membership just for the status.

Hat tip:   Will Run for Miles

Hyatt Make Your Travel Add Up 2018 Promotion

You earn bonus points for reaching tiers based on the number of stays you complete during the promotional period, according to this chart:

NightsBonus Points EarnedTotal Bonus Points Earned
5+ 2,5002,500
10+ 5,0007,500
20+ 10,00017,500
30+ 17,50035,000
40+ 25,00060,000

The more you stay, the more you will earn.  To qualify for bonus points on this promotion, you must stay a minimum of 5 nights (to reach the first tier) and you can earn a maximum of 60,000 Hyatt points.

End date:   November 30, 2018 (Must register by October 15, 2018)

Travel dates:   September 1, 2018 to November 30, 2018

Important terms & restrictions:

  • You must be a World of Hyatt® member
  • You must register online by October 15, 2018
  • A maximum of 60,000 bonus points may be earned, regardless of the number of eligible nights completed during the offer period
  • You can earn nights by staying at any Hyatt hotel internationally or any participating MGM Resort in Las Vegas
  • Both paid and award nights count (including Points + Cash nights)
  • Only the room occupied by the member will count toward earning bonus points (for example if you book two rooms for your family, only the room you are staying in will count)

Promotion Link:   Hyatt Make Your Travel Add Up 2018 Promotion

Good Deal or Not:   For anyone traveling during these dates (September 1, 2018 and November 30, 2018), this promotion is worth participating in because you will earn bonus points on top of the points you normally earn.  However, this promotion isn’t compelling enough for most people to book a stay just to take advantage of the deal.

These don’t need to be consecutive nights.  So they could all be 1-night stays and you’ll earn the same as someone who books one long stay.  The promotion also doesn’t take into account the price of the room.  So staying at a $100 per night Category 1 Hyatt will earn the same bonus as a $400 per night Category 5 Hyatt or a $1,200 per night suite.

The way points are distributed, you only earn them after you reach a tier on the chart.  So you can earn a bonus of 2,500 points for staying 5 nights, but staying a 6th or 7th night won’t yield any additional bonus points until you hit the next tier of 10 nights.

If you already have travel plans during these dates adding up to 5 nights or more, this promotion is a nice way to earn some extra points.  But I don’t recommend you go out of your way to take advantage of this deal.

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The World Of Hyatt Credit Card

The World Of Hyatt Credit Card

  • Earn up to 60,000 Bonus Points - 40,000 Bonus Points after you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening
  • Earn an additional 20,000 Bonus Points after you spend a total of $6,000 on purchases within the first 6 months of account opening - free nights start at 5,000 points
  • Earn 9 points total per $1 spent at Hyatt - 4 Bonus Points per $1 when you use your card at Hyatt hotels & 5 Base Points per $1 you can earn as a World of Hyatt member
  • Plus, earn 2 Bonus Points per $1 spent at restaurants, on airlines tickets purchased directly from the airlines, on local transit and commuting and on fitness club and gym memberships
  • Receive 1 free night every year after your cardmember anniversary at any Category 1-4 Hyatt hotel or resort
  • Earn an extra free night at any Category 1-4 Hyatt hotel or resort if you spend $15,000 during your cardmember anniversary year
  • Get automatic World of Hyatt Discoverist status for as long as your account is open and 5 qualifying night credits toward your next tier status every year
  • Earn 2 qualifying night credits towards your next tier status every time you spend $5,000 on your card

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