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Awesome New Hyatt Promos: Get Up to 25% Of Your Points BACK on Award Stays and More!

Written by Charlie

Here are some awesome new Hyatt promos, one of which will put up to 25% of your redeemed points BACK into your account! Now, you can splurge for more nights or higher categories!

Hyatt has been doing a great job of getting promotions out to members during this time of the coronavirus situation. They have had some great deals like getting 20% off rates and free breakfast (which is still ongoing) as well as things like extending status and free night expirations. They have also had extra point earning on stays – but this had all been about paying cash for stays.

Awesome New Hyatt Promos for Members

Up to 25% Rebate on Points Used

Now, Hyatt is offering you opportunities to get points back on your redemptions. This is nothing new – they have had promos for cardholders and such in the past that gave up to 20% of your points back. This time, they are taking that up to 25% as a rebate for cardholders and 15% for everyone else!

Here is what you need to know about this awesome promo:

This is an awesome way to turn some high-end stays into lower award prices – as long as you are good with waiting 6-8 weeks to get those points back. Here is how many points you would get back for the various categories:

Hotel CategoryRegular Award CostRebate Amount for Non-CardholdersRebate Amount for Cardholders
Category 15,000 points750 points1,250 points
Category 28,000 points1,200 points2,000 points
Category 312,000 points1,800 points3,000 points
Category 415,000 points2,250 points3,750 points
Category 520,000 points3,000 points5,000 points
Category 625,000 points3,750 points6,250 points
Category 730,000 points4,500 points7,500 points
Category 840,000 points6,000 points10,000 points

This is a great chances to get some points on stays you have coming up or to plan some other stays and get a break on the award cost.

Free Parking for All Members on Awards

Speaking of awards, Hyatt is extending the free parking to all members on award stays. This is something that, normally, only Globalists receive and this is definitely a huge perk at some Hyatt locations that may charge a lot for overnight parking. As Hyatt says, now free night stays will truly be free.

Not to leave out Globalist members, though! They are also getting a free parking extension that extends to all eligible paid rate stays as well – this includes Points+Cash stays.

These free parking perks will work on all stays at hotels where the parking can be charged to the hotel (even if it is a third-party lot, there are places where you can have it charged to the hotel) for stays from July 8 – October 8, 2020.

Dine Local, Earn Triple Points

With so many people already eating out locally, now you can earn triple Hyatt points for that food when you are not staying the night at the particular Hyatt that you dine-in at, takeout from, or have delivery from. If you have the Hyatt credit card, you will get 5x points if you use that card to pay (but remember that other cards may offer more than just 2x on dining).

This promotion is also valid from July 8 – October 8, 2020.

Other Hyatt Promotions Ongoing

Here is a list of other Hyatt promotions going on now.

  • A Warm Welcome Awaits: save up to 20% and enjoy free breakfast and flexible bookings when booking the rate name “Members Save More + Breakfast” by September 8, 2020

Bottom Line

Hyatt is doing a great job of making sure their members can get some benefit for any stays going on during this difficult time of travel. Maybe the award rebate will let you stay another night at a property where you would only stay three nights or maybe you may splurge for a higher category hotel since you are getting points back – no matter what, Hyatt has you covered for paid rates or award nights!

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About the author


Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.