Complete Guide to Hyatt Rewards Chapter 2: Best Use of Hyatt Points

The Complete Guide to Hyatt Rewards

Chapter 2:
Redeeming Hyatt Rewards Points


Award nights start at 5,000 points a night and go up to 30,000 points. But it’s a great deal compared to most chains. 5,000 points for a low end reward is about...

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How To Book Your “Free Night” With IHG, Hilton, and Hyatt

The credit cards of IHG, Hilton (the Reserve card) and Hyatt all give free nights, although the details are all very different. First I'll explain what those differing rules are and then I'll explain how to go online and actually use your free night.

  • IHG Rewards Card ($49 annual fee is waived the first year)
    • 1 free night at any hotel annual on your anniversary
  • Hyatt Card ($75 annual fee is waived the first year)
    • 2 free nights at any hotel for signing up
    • 1 free night at hotels category 1-4 annually on your anniversary
  • Hilton...

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Screen Shot 2014-10-06 at 8.29.08 AMAnyone who knows me knows that I don't at all need luxury. But if I have 1 category 4 certificate (that you get every year with the Hyatt card), I want to get the most out of it.

For example, last time we used it for the Park Hyatt Hamburg. Would we normally be able to afford a luxury hotel right in a beautiful downtown area of Hamburg? No way. But as long as your card goes past the 12 month mark and the night already deposits...

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Grand Hyatt SantiagoThis Grand Hyatt certainly lived up to it's name. Although I had read many mixed reviews, I vouch for it as a great hotel and as an awesome value for 8,000 Hyatt points! It's one of the more impressing buildings in the city and also returns...

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