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With only two days of Daily Getaways 2019 remaining, we’ve finally come to one of the most popular deals of the year. While I’m merely a Hyatt Discoverist and thus bitter about these discounts (why couldn’t it be Hilton?), even I’m rushing in to purchase points at a whopping 45% off.

The Details

  • Package 1: 46% savings on two (2) nights via 24,000 Bonus Points deposited into your World of Hyatt account.
    • Max 1 per purchase, max 4 offers purchased across all Getaways per Hyatt number
    • 120 available
    • $260
    • Blackout dates may apply
  • Package 2: 42% savings on two (2) nights via 40,000 Bonus Points deposited into your World of Hyatt membership account.
    • Max 1 per purchase, max 4 offers purchased across all Getaways per Hyatt number
    • 30 available
    • $415
    • Blackout dates may apply
  • Package 3: 45% savings on two (2) nights via 30,000 Bonus Points deposited into your World of Hyatt account.
    • Max 1 per purchase, max 4 offers purchased across all Getaways per Hyatt number
    • 54 available
    • $330
    • Blackout dates may apply
  • Package 4: 44% savings on three (3) nights via 72,000 Bonus Points deposited into your World of Hyatt membership account.
    • Max 1 per purchase, max 4 offers purchased across all Getaways per Hyatt number
    • 25 available
    • $775
    • Blackout dates may apply

Is It Worth It?

In short, yes. Of course, no one ever recommends buying points speculatively, but this discount on purchasing Hyatt points is the best you’ll ever find. There are instances where it’s a better value to straight up buy points and redeem them than to just pay cash.

Case in point is the Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa. While no longer the amazing deal it was when costing only 25,000 points, you’ll still come out ahead purchasing points and applying them to your stay. A random night in October shows me a pre-tax price of $650 (for non-members)

With taxes and fees, it comes out to a total of $806.

In contrast, you can buy 30,000 points (the cost of a single night) with Daily Getaways for $330

That looks like a pretty good deal to me.

Who’s going in for this?

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