Posted by Ric Garrido

U.S. Travel Association Daily Getaways sponsored by American Express offers Hyatt Gold Passport points at 12:00 noon eastern time (pre-sale) and 1:00 pm regular sale.

There are severely limited quantities of Hyatt points in three of the four sales for various amounts of points from 24,000 to 69,000 point sets. You can buy a maximum of one set of points from each sale for a total four sets of points for a potential 159,000 Hyatt Gold passport points.

This is one of the best values of the five weeks of Daily Getaways sales. Last year these points were basically gone in seconds.  You can be pretty assured to find a large number of Hyatt Hotels where you can potentially save $20 in hotel rate for every 1,000 points you buy here for $10.

Offer #1

24,000 Hyatt Gold Passport Points (100 available, 20 presale)

  • $234 with American Express payment ($9.75 per 1,000 points)
  • $260 without American Express ($10.83 per 1,000 points)
  • Maximum purchase quantity = 1 set of points.

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Offer #2

30,000 Hyatt Gold Passport Points (35 available, No presale)

  • $297 with American Express payment ($9.90 per 1,000 points)
  • $330 without American Express ($11.00 per 1,000 points)
  • Maximum purchase quantity = 1 set of points.

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Offer #3

36,000 Hyatt Gold Passport Points (15 available, No presale)

  • $373.50 with American Express payment ($9.90 per 1,000 points)
  • $415 without American Express ($10.38 per 1,000 points)
  • Maximum purchase quantity = 1 set of points.

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Offer #4

69,000 Hyatt Gold Passport Points (15 available, No presale)

  • $697.50 with American Express payment ($10.11 per 1,000 points)
  • $775.00 without American Express ($11.23 per 1,000 points)
  • Maximum purchase quantity = 1 set of points.

 

Analysis

The first offer for 24,000 points has the most available items and is the lowest price per 1,000 points. This is also the only offer with a presale opportunity. Like Facebook Hyatt and check it about an hour before the sale to get the access code for noon presale.

A good strategy is to buy the presale 24,000 points and then you can focus on buying a higher amount of points in primary sale.

Good Luck.

12 Responses

  1. Hmm, interesting offers. Thank you for sharing. I have to think about this..

  2. Hey readers. I will be in a place this morning where they block Facebook access.

    Would someone please post the Hyatt presale access code from Facebook in the comments here?

    I want to give this presale a try today and while I won’t be able to access Facebook, I will be able to see my blog comments and access the Daily Getaways sale.

  3. Hey Ric, here it is

    Use the Early Access Code 623A5 for pre-sale

  4. Thanks Benny.

    Comment by Ric Garrido on May 9th, 2012 at 9:58 am
  5. 15 sets available for pre-sale. 15?

    With many thousands of people vying for them. I was going to post the odds of getting one, but my computer ran out of zeros….

    Comment by Robert Hanson on May 9th, 2012 at 10:02 am
  6. Thanks Benny for the code.. I got one of these. Trying for another at 1pm.

  7. Wonder what’s more productive… clicking reload for this sale or filling out some emiles/erewards surveys ;)

  8. I was unsuccessful in the presale. Next chance in 10 minutes.

    Comment by Ric Garrido on May 9th, 2012 at 10:49 am
  9. So few packages! Must have sold out at 1:00:01 !

  10. Deal was gone in less than 1 second. Harrumph.

  11. Didn’t make it in — Blah, blah, and blah! But, there are still Best Western packages available, and they are a good value in Europe, where Hyatt has a pretty scanty presence. Think I’ll mosey on over and grab a few more, maybe.

  12. […] year there were about 165 sets of Hyatt points sold during one day of Daily Getaways at prices as low as $10 per 1,000 points. This was one of the toughest deals to purchase as the sets of points were sold in […]

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