Hyatt AMEX Promo: Complimentary 4th Night A/PAC

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  1. Kalboz
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    Enjoy an extra night for free on your next stay at any participating Hyatt hotels in Asia Pacific when using your American Express® card. http://hyatthotels.hyatt.com/content/partnerlandingpage/en/goldpassport/amex.html

    Simply pay with your American Express® card and quote the promotional code “AX701” while booking. Receive a complimentary forth night when you stay three paid nights at participating Hyatt Hotels in Asia Pacific. Book by March 28, 2015 for stays ending March 31, 2015.

    Participating Hotels: http://hyatthotels.hyatt.com/partnerlandingpage/en/goldpassport/amex/participating-hotels.html
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    Thanks for posting, Kalboz! What a great offer! ;)
     
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    Thank you ... this is especially good for people already planning Hyatt stays at these locals!
     
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    This is a good deal, which I would have taken advantage of as I am staying at HR Manila and PH Siem Reap, but the stays are too short and I am already staying very cheaply by combining my anniversary free night on the Hyatt CC and C+P rewards.

    BTW, can you name the property depicted above? It looks like a PH...
     
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    The Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kalboz/sets/72157643408990134/
     
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    Wow, nice. Have GH Singapore and HR Fukuoka booked during the promotion period. Nice savings here.
     
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    Are these prepaid rates?

    How do they compare to good rates at the hotels people have checked? If you must pay rack rate to get the fourth night free, it might not be a good deal compared to, for example, a AAA rate.
     
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    I know I was curious, so just wanted to check if this works on diamond suite awards.

    From terms for promotion: "Any Hyatt Gold Passport award stay and Suite award are not applicable."

    Maybe this is a dumb question, but from the HGP terms is "Suite award" synonymous with "suite upgrade award," so no combining this special rate with a suite upgrade?
     
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    This refers to upgrading to a suite using points (6000 points per night), which must be done using the Hyatt Daily Rate.

    A Diamond Suite Upgrade can be used in conjunction with the AMEX rate.
     
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    Oooooh neat. I like this. Now to find an amex without foreign transaction fees. Is that pretty much just the platinum? Yuck.
     
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