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Discussion in 'Hyatt | Gold Passport' started by TAHKUCT, Jan 10, 2012.
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Park Hyatt seems conspicuous by its absence on that page! Might not have any discounts there.
Tried PH Chicago on several dates and comes up as not available. I guess no discounts at Park Hyatt. However, better deal can be with FHR.
Strange. Tried Hyatt Regency in Buffalo for end of January and also got message that this rate is not available
I couldn't get it to work on several different hotels in Chicago. Anyone have success with this? I'm wondering if you have to call in to use it; may not be available online.
I think there might be something wrong with Hyatt website. I cannot even price a AAA rate for one night. 2 nights works fine
This has been terrific for me. I am doing some major hotel hopping coming up and I was able to save 10% on the daily rate and get a $25 food voucher per night at the Hyatt Places where I am going. Thank you!
Nice. So far no luck for me
They're excluded. While it's on the Costco website, I don't see a mention of $25 credit on the Hyatt reservation page:
Offer not valid at Park Hyatt or Hyatt Summerfield Suites/Hyatt House.
- Rate extended to members of COSTCO Member Program. - Must present membership card at check-in. - Members of the COSTCO Member program are entitled to the COSTCO discount rate at participating Hyatt Hotels and Resorts (Excludes Park Hyatts). - Follow normal booking procedures.
You're right. I didn't see the $25 on the Hyatt reservation page either. Hmm...it looks like it is within the "Costco" offer code based on the Costco website...I guess I'll be printing that page and bringing it with me. Thanks.
Is the Costco rate any cheaper than AAA, which often affords a discount in the 10% range?
IME, it's the same rate/discount.
Anyone have experience with this yet? I'm going to be booking a personal trip in April in the Bay area, and would enjoy another $50 in credits for my stay. Thx in advance!
The offer lists a 2/29/12 expiration date.
Haha, thanks for letting me know. I need a reality check every so often
I've found hotels that had both a "COSTCO" rate, which was similar to AAA rates and did NOT include the $25 credit, and a "COSTCO Promo" rate, which did include the credit but was not necessarily available on all room types.