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Buy World of Hyatt Points with a 20% Bonus

Buy World of Hyatt Points with a 20% Bonus

World of Hyatt is a great alternative hotel loyalty program to Marriott Bonvoy and Hilton Honors.

They’ve recently announced the latest promotion on purchased points, which could be a valuable way for members to top up their points balances and book hotel stays.

Buy World of Hyatt Points with a 20% Bonus

World of Hyatt is offering a deal on points purchases until December 4, 2023, with which you’ll get a 20% bonus upon buying at least 3,000 points.

Normally, Hyatt charges 2.4 cents per point (USD) to buy points. With this 20% bonus, the rate is reduced to an effective cost of 2 cents per point (USD).

This isn’t necessarily the most competitive price for buying World of Hyatt points, and it’s well above our current valuation of 1.5 cents per point (USD). Indeed, it’s even above all of the offers we’ve seen from World of Hyatt in the past year.

However, if you’re in immediate need of Hyatt points, this promotion could be an effective way to top up your account.

How many World of Hyatt points can you buy?

World of Hyatt usually imposes a limit of 55,000 points purchased per calendar year before any bonus is accounted for. That limit remains in effect for this promotion, although it has been doubled in other promotions.

Note that World of Hyatt refers to all purchased points as Bonus Points.

If you max out this promotion, it’ll cost $1,320 (USD) for 66,000 Hyatt points.

Purchased points will appear in your account within 48 hours.

Which credit card should you use to buy World of Hyatt points?

World of Hyatt sells points through an external vendor, They don’t count as a travel purchase, and there’s no extra benefit to using, say, Chase’s US-issued personal or business World of Hyatt credit cards.

Instead, you can use any card with a high base earning rate, or one where you’re working on meeting the minimum spend requirement.

In particular, any US credit card will do. That’s because you’ll be charged Canadian sales tax if your billing address is in Canada.

Therefore, even a Canadian-issued credit card with no foreign transaction fees would be a worse choice — although it’s still your best option if you don’t have any US credit cards yet.

Who Should Buy World of Hyatt Points?

Shrewd travellers will be able to find pockets of value both at the high and low ends of the World of Hyatt hotel portfolio.

However, it’s not that easy for Canadians…

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