Today, Friday April 10 at 10am California time, I will be attempting to access the Daily Getaways great deal to buy Hyatt points. If I can buy them today, I am going for 24,000 points at $260 since there are 95 sets of those to buy. You have a split second chance to be one of 15 buyers for 30,000 or 40,000 points.
The last two years I was unsuccessful purchasing Hyatt points during Daily Getaways.
Hyatt Gold passport points normally sell on the Hyatt website for $24 per 1,000 points with periodic sales that may reduce the price up to 25%. $18.75 per 1,000 points is the lowest I have seen Hyatt price their points in the past two years. The opportunity to buy Hyatt points for $11/1,000 points is a great deal.
Hyatt Gold Passport points
One set of points may be purchased from each Hyatt offer.
Hyatt 24,000 points = $260 with 95 sets of points for sale ($10.84 per 1,000 points).
Hyatt 30,000 points = $330 with 35 sets of points for sale ($11.00 per 1,000 points).
Hyatt 40,000 points = $415 with 15 sets of points for sale ($10.38 per 1,000 points).
Hyatt 72,000 points = $775 with 15 sets of points for sale ($10.77 per 1,000 points).
Hyatt Gold Passport points are a great price, but very difficult to buy due to only 160 sets of points for sale. I have not been successful in buying Hyatt points through Daily Getaways in the past couple of years. They are sold out in the first 30 seconds. Hyatt points normally sell for $24 per 1,000 points with some periodic special offers reducing the rate by 25%.
Category 2 hotels at 8,000 points per night are my sweet spot for Hyatt points. At this level of points, available for about $87 in today’s sale, I regularly find hotels at $200+ paid rates or 8,000 points for an award night. Category 3 hotels at 12,000 points are often a good value.
Today’s Daily Getaways price is the best deal on Hyatt points you will likely find in 2015.
Loyalty Traveler – Lament for those who missed out on Hyatt points at Daily Getaways today (June 4, 2014).