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There is a new offer out to World of Hyatt Visa cardholders offering a statement credit of $250 when you spend $500 or more on a stay with Miraval Resorts. Considering the cost of Miraval Resorts, spending at least $500 is a pretty easy thing to do. Nightly rates at the property in Tucson are frequently in the four-digit range. And by frequently I mean during the times you would actually want to visit the Arizona desert, such as spring and fall and not in the midsummer.

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Miraval resorts are known for being a luxury wellness brand that offers a considerable number of activities all included as part of their standard rate.

Half off still means spending $500

While $250 off of $500 sounds good, considering that a midweek night in June will run you at least $850, it’s really not that great of a deal. The only way I can really see maximizing this is by spending only one night at the resort (and who wants to do that??) where the nightly rate is just a hair over $1,000 (don’t forget about the 23% resort fee), and then splitting the charge between two World of Hyatt cards so that you truly get half off. Then maybe the on-site activities and credit toward the spa or activities that do cost money could be worth it. But you’re still looking at spending $500, and without a lot of time to really enjoy the resort.

Or, if you have the cash and are considering the Miraval anyway, maybe this deal is for you. It sounds nice, but it is certainly not for me. In any case, you have a long time to decide, as the offer is good through December 31, 2019.

Featured image courtesy of Miraval.

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