Hyatt India is currently running an amazing promotion with a 35% discount on daily rates. You must book by April 17, 2016 for stays between April 17, 2016 and July 7, 2016.
With this promotion, you could get some serious discounts for stays at Hyatt India hotels. I found rates as low as 2,763 INR/night + tax ($42/night + tax)
You will find the “Celebrate With Hyatt” rates as the lowest (35% discount on standard rate)
How to maximize this promotion?
Right now, there is a global promotion from Hyatt “Stay More Play More” where you can earn 75,000 bonus Hyatt gold passport points, when you stay 25 nights or more between April 01, 2016 and June 30, 2016.
Here is a scenario.
If you are an existing Hyatt diamond member, here is how you can maximize these promotions and re qualify for diamond.
Book 25 separate stays for travel between now through June 30, 2016 at Hyatt Raipur for $42 + tax.
You will earn
- 6,825 points for 25 nights ( 25 nights X $42 (daily rate) X 5 points/dollar X 30% for being diamond member)
- 25,000 points from welcome gift (25 stays X 1,000 points/stay)
- 75,000 points from the “Stay More Play More” promotion.
You will earn a total of 106,825 Hyatt gold passport points for approximately $1250 (25 X $50/night) and on top of that, you can earn diamond status through Feb 2018.
That is heck of a return, as you could get 21 reward nights at a category 1 hotel or 3 reward nights at a category 7 Hyatt hotel across the world enjoying diamond benefits.
Hyatt is offering 35% discount at Hyatt hotels in India with the “Celebrate with Hyatt” promotion for stays between April 17, 2016 to July 07, 2016. you must book by April 17, 2016 to take advantage of this promotion.
You can combine this promotion with the “Stay More and Play More” and potentially earn 100,000 gold passport points and earn diamond status through Feb 2018 for approximately $1,250 if you can stay at the cheapest hotel available.
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