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Hyatt is offering a new promotion where you can score 40% more points. When you purchase between 5,000 and 9,000 Bonus Points in a single transaction you will receive 30% additional Bonus Points. To get 40% additional Bonus Points, purchase between 10,000 and 55,000 Bonus points in a single transaction. It’s always a good idea to take a look at these promotions if you have a specific redemption in mind to see if the cost of the points saves you money versus the cost of the room rate.
Hyatt Up To 40% Points Bonus
- Offer available with purchases made between 12:01 am ET July 12, 2017 and ends 11:59 pm ET August 9, 2017.
- Purchase between 5,000 and 9,000 Bonus Points in a single transaction and receive 30% additional Bonus Points or purchase between 10,000 and 55,000 Bonus points in a single transaction and get 40% additional Bonus Points. Bonus Points will be awarded upon completion of individual transactions. Bonus Points can be purchased in increments of 1,000, up to 55,000 points per calendar year. Members can receive points in increments of 1,000, up to 55,000 points per calendar year. Offer may be withdrawn or changed without notice. Offer cannot be combined with any other offer. Only purchases made online are eligible for the promotion.
At the 40% bonus level, assuming you maxed out the promotion and purchased 55,000 points you would get a total of 77,000 Hyatt points which makes each points about 1.71 cents per World of Hyatt point.
Take a look at this promotion from Hyatt if you have a specific redemption in mind to see if the cost of the points saves you money versus the cost of the room rate.
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