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You can get a 30% bonus on a minimum purchase of 5,000 Hyatt points right now. This offer is definitely worth considering if you need to top off your account for a specific redemption or if you are wanting to book a paid stay at a Hyatt that costs more per night then the points will cost you with the 30% bonus.
Hyatt 30% Bonus On Points
- 30% bonus offer available with a minimum purchase of 5,000 points made between 12:00 a.m. CT April 25, 2017 and ends 11:59 p.m. CT May 23, 2017.
- Points can be purchased in increments of 1,000, up to 55,000 points per calendar year.
At the 30% bonus level, assuming you maxed out the promotion and purchased 55,000 points you would get a total of 71,500 Hyatt points which makes each points about 1.846 cents per World of Hyatt point.
If you look at some of the highest tiered Hyatts, you can see that many of the properties go for over $1,000 per night. If you compare the cost of the points in this promotion, you can save 40-50% on many of the highest tiered category 6-7 properties.
Also, if you decide to buy Hyatt points, consider using a card that maximizes on everyday spending like the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express or the Amex EveryDay® Credit Card from American Express.
Hyatt is one of my favorite brands and we have had many fantastic stays at top tier Park Hyatts, like Hotel Review: Diplomatic Suite at the Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi, Park Hyatt Sydney – Ridiculous view for breakfast, Our very first stay at a Park Hyatt, ever!
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