Hyatt 48-hour sale for stays Apr 2-Jul 1, 2014

Hyatt’s 48-hour sale launched today and lasts through tomorrow March 19 with 15% off rates for hotel reservations from April 2 through July 1, 2014.

Offer Code C48MAR

The primary restriction with these 48-hour sales is the reservation is fully prepaid and nonrefundable.

The most irritating aspect of these 48-hour sales is Hyatt does not post a list of participating hotels so finding a hotel with the discount rate is a matter of luck. I tried several cities like San Jose, Chicago, San Francisco and San Diego and did not find the 48-hour sale rate for any hotels I checked. This is the main reason I do not normally write about these Hyatt 48-hour sales. This 48-hour sale offer typically wastes my time trying to locate the discount rate.

Offer valid for bookings only between 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday March 18th and 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday March 19th CDT, for travel between Wednesday April 2, 2014 and Tuesday July 1, 2014 at participating Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, Park Hyatt and Andaz properties in the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean.

This discount offer is only valid through 11:59 PM CDT March 19, 2014.

Hyatt 48-hour sale


Scott at Hack My Trip posted today about Hyatt’s Spring Sale hotel rate discounts with a list of participating hotels. This offer can be booked through April 28. Although, still prepaid, nonrefundable rates. I avoid nonrefundable rates whenever possible.


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  1. Hyatt Regency Orange County is one of the property.
    I booked with My Elite Rate for $110 vs $104 with 48 HRS sale, I keep my Elite Rate just in case I need to change the reservation.

  2. I’ll never understand Hyatt’s 48hr sale…have a 2 day sale but hide it from your customers!
    I always thought when you had a sale the purpose was to entice customers not to “pi–” them off.

  3. Just tried to book and after clicking on your link, says the “offer has expired.” It is 9 PM Eastern on 3/19. Did this sale end 3 hours early?

  4. I think these companies time zone is different than ours. I wanted to apply for SW bonus that would have expired on March 9th. I went online to apply at 9pm est and the link said offer expired. I thought to myself -isnt there 24hrs in a day.

  5. Right…but isn’t Hyatt based in Chicago? That would give us an extra hour. If it is based on hotel time, the hotels were East Coast based.

    Diamond here and I am going to complain to Hyatt.

  6. Normally Hyatt times are based on Chicago Central Time Zone. Sometimes I have run into issues when trying to book an international hotel in Europe and the sales close off at local time.

    I don’t know what happened here?

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