Hyatt 48 Hour Sale ends Midnight July 20

Hyatt has a 48 hour sale running through midnight Wednesday, July 20. The T&C does not state a time zone for midnight, but I assume it is Chicago time. Rates are up to 30% off Daily Rate.

Buyer beware! These rates are prepaid and nonrefundable with no changes allowed.

Reference offer code C48H7.

There is no list of participating Hyatt properties or applicable dates and some hotels may have minimum stay requirements.

All in all there are very few details to help potential guests find this Hyatt special offer discount rate. Just try your luck and see what you find.

I hoped for the Hyatt Escala Lodge for Park City, Utah for a discounted room tonight, but the discount rate is not eligible. The Hyatt Escala AAA rate at $161.10 is a good deal, but since I could have booked the hotel for $143.10 last week I am not so impressed by this low AAA rate.

A suite upgrade and free breakfast as a Hyatt Gold Passport Diamond seems like a great deal after using one of my SPG free resort nights for a lacklustre stay at the St. Regis Aspen. I walked by the Hyatt Residences in Aspen last night and I thought that hotel looked like a better choice. I visited both the Hyatt and St. Regis Aspen last summer. The highlight of the St. Regis Aspen is actually having Versus channel on the TV to watch Tour de France. And the jar on the desk filled with ten St. Regis pillow chocolates is a treat.

Hyatt Residences Aspen, Colorado

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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  1. What a joke.

    I tried booking several Dallas-area properties for a Sunday night stay – – nothing came up under that rate code, all were “unavailable”, but offered standard and AAA rates.

    It’s this sort of thing that keeps Hyatt as a ‘decent’ program in my opinion, instead of a truly great program.

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