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Table of Hyatt Stay Certificate Prices USA – Alabama to Arkansas

Hyatt Stay Certificates allow paying a fixed rate of $109 at 40% of Hyatt Hotels in the USA designated at the Classic level. There are no Classic level hotels in Europe. Since Hyatt Stay Certificates cover one night’s rate and tax, there are bound to be dozens of hotels where a Hyatt Stay Certificate will be far higher than $109 after tax.

Hyatt Stay Certificates are prepaid certificates for purchase through the Hyatt website. These certificates are available in seven price points and can offer significant savings at some hotels. The table in this post shows the lowest certificate price eligible at each hotel for a free night.

Hyatt Stay Certificates are like paid award stays in terms of no points or night/stay credit are earned when paying with a Hyatt Stay Certificate. Elite benefits are provided when using Hyatt Stay Certificates.

Too much data for one USA table post.

The table in this post is one of a series of tables showing the dollar price point for using a Hyatt Stay Certificate at Hyatt Hotels in the USA.

This is a repost of yesterday’s USA Hotels price table for Hyatt Stay Certificates to break the single large table of 392 hotels into 11 smaller tables organized alphabetically by USA states for easier webpage loading of the table graphic.

The graphic list of 392 hotels in yesterday’s post would not load on my iPad when I view the post.

 

Hyatt Stay Certificates for hotels in the USA range from $109 for a Classic Hotel category and $461.11 for an Ultimate hotel category night.

Hyatt Stay Certificates come in 7 price tiers. The table below shows the lowest priced Hyatt Stay Certificate accepted for one free night at participating USA hotels.

  • Classic = $109.00
  • Choice = $152.22
  • Premier = $188.89
  • Elite = $260.00
  • Inspire = $325.55
  • Exclusive = $394.44
  • Ultimate = $461.11

Hyatt Links:

Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas

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Ric Garrido, writer and owner of Loyalty Traveler, shares news and views on hotels, hotel loyalty programs and vacation destinations for frequent guests.

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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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