Deal: Buy Hyatt Points at 1.71 Cents | INR 1.21 per point through October 18, 2019

There are a lot of points purchase offers from Hotel Chains going on at the moment. Hilton & IHG points are up on sale, and so are Hyatt Points.

Buy Hyatt Points With Up To A 40% Bonus

Through October 18, 2019, World of Hyatt is offering a 405 bonus on points purchase when you buy at least 10,000 points in one transaction.

Buy Hyatt Points Bonus

The promotion allows you to purchase a minimum of 1,000 points and a maximum of 77,000 World of Hyatt points, which cost 1.71 USD cents per World of Hyatt point at the top end. Hyatt’s best offer has been a 40% bonus on points purchase over the years, so this is as good as it gets.


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Buying Hyatt Points can prove to be a good deal at both ends of the spectrum. For properties such as the Park Hyatt Hotel Hadahaa, which goes for over USD 1100+ every night (ex-taxes) or at 30,000 points per night, you can drop the price to about USD 513 with the purchased points.

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One of my absolute favourite hotel, the Grand Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty, comes at a bargain price of USD 85 when you buy points to redeem (since it is a Category 1 property). On a normal day, be ready to pay anywhere from INR 8,000 upwards for the property, exclusive of 18% tax.

Grand Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty

Since Hyatt has a bunch of top-end properties around India, such as the Park Hyatt Maldives, the Park Hyatt Bangkok, Andaz Delhi and so on, and no credit card transfer partners in India, it makes absolute sense to buy World of Hyatt points if you are considering a stay at a Hyatt hotel, especially with a 40% bonus.


Will you be buying Hyatt points with this promotion? Let us know.

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            • @Ajay, @Prashant, I checked with the Hyatt customer care in India and USA, it is a targeted offer. Even though my account was created in 2011, I haven’t stayed much with Hyatt, maybe that’s why I wasn’t part of it.
              Wanted to purchase the points for a 5 night stay at the Hyatt Regency, Delhi. The redemption value is insane.

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