The World of Hyatt is currently sending out emails to targeted members with an offer of three AAdvantage Miles per dollar on all Hyatt stays through the end of the year. Considering this offer will stack (very nicely) with the upcoming promotion in which WoH members can earn up to four times the usual number of base points, this is an incredibly generous offer to receive.
Hyatt has now announced details of the promotion it will be running from 1 October through the end of the year and once again the hotelier has come up with something that's orders of magnitude better than anything any of the other chains have come up with so far. Put simply, this is one of the best Hyatt promotions I recall seeing in recent years.
Since the beginning of July, Hyatt has been running a number of excellent promotions covering award night bookings, spending at restaurants within Hyatt properties, and on parking at Hyatt properties worldwide. These promotions were all set to end on 8 October but Hyatt has just announced that it has extended the end date for all of these promotions to 4 January 2021.
Hyatt has launched a points sale which runs through the end of the month and it's offering World of Hyatt members a discount on the price they pay for points rather than offering the usual bonus points that we often see. What this means is that although the headline number (25%) doesn't look particularly impressive, the final price you pay per point isn't too bad at all.
I'm a big fan of Hyatt despite not actually having World of Hyatt elite status. I cannot remember the last time I had a bad stay at a Hyatt property and the value I frequently get when I redeem Chase Ultimate Rewards points for Hyatt stays is something that I struggle to match with a lot of my other redemptions.
Hyatt has been running its current points sale since the middle of July but today is your last chance to take advantage. When this sale first launched it wasn't particularly exciting (the 40% sales are the ones we normally look out for) but, since then, Hyatt has started to offer a rebate of up to 25% on award stays made by 8 October. For anyone looking to travel in the next few months that makes this sale considerably more attractive.
Unlike some hoteliers, Hyatt allows customers to book suites with its loyalty currency at reasonable rates but, up until now, suite availability checks and suite award night bookings have had to be done over the phone. However, at some point over the past 48 - 72 hours that has changed as suites can now be booked with World of Hyatt points on Hyatt.com and via the Hyatt mobile app.
Hyatt has been at the vanguard of the various incentives we've seen introduced to keep us all engaged at a time when travel hasn't been at the forefront of most people's minds, and now it's back with three more ways to tempt us out of our homes and into its properties in the next few months.
Hyatt has launched a new promotion in which its offering World of Hyatt members up to 20% off at most Hyatt brands around the world, and guests participating in this promotion are getting free breakfasts thrown in too. This offer will stack with Hyatt's current triple points promotion and could help American Airlines elites earn cheap Hyatt status so this a potentially very worthwhile deal.
We may be living through a pandemic but that hasn't stopped Hyatt from launching a new quarterly promotion to try to entice people back into its properties around the world. Starting this month, World of Hyatt members can earn triple points for stays across its global portfolio through 15 September 2020.