Deal: Buy Hyatt Points at 1.8 Cents | INR 1.31 per point through September 30, 2020

There are a lot of points purchase offers from Hotel Chains going on all the time, but perhaps one of the best promotions is from Hyatt, which is offering you points at a 25% discount at the moment.

Buy Hyatt Points With A 25% Discount.

Through September 30, 2020, World of Hyatt is offering a 25% discount on points purchase when you buy at least 5,000 points in one transaction.

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The promotion allows you to purchase a maximum of 55,000 points(which is the maximum bonus points you can buy in a year), which cost 1.81 USD cents per World of Hyatt point at the top end.


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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 540 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 90 when you buy points to redeem (since it is a Category 1 property). On a typical 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 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 25% discount.

Club this with the current ongoing discount of 15% – 25% for World of Hyatt redemptions, and you have a great deal even to further your points in these times.

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

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