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This seems like an insanely easy 500 Hyatt points, worth ~$8, just for taking part in a meditation – something we all probably could use these days. You’ll need to specifically find time to meditate this Wednesday, though!

500 World of Hyatt Points for Meditating

Hyatt shares:

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In honor of Hyatt’s third annual Global Day of Gratitude on Wednesday, December 9 we’re recognizing and celebrating members by offering 500 Bonus Points for completing a guided meditation from Headspace in the World of Hyatt app. Here’s how it works:

On December 9, 2020:

  • Open the World of Hyatt app. If you don’t have it already, download it here.
  • Complete one of our custom Headspace exercises — Unwind, Reflect or Sleep
  • Enjoy 500 Bonus Points just for nurturing your wellbeing.

Hyatt also shares the following:

Hyatt’s Global Day of Gratitude is an extension of its commitment to wellbeing and continued effort to care for people so they can be their best – expressing gratitude positively impacts how we feel about ourselves and the world around us. On this day, Hyatt is encouraging guests, members, customers and colleagues around the globe to take a moment to show gratitude by visiting hyatt.com/gratitude to send a “Gift of Gratitude” message to someone for whom they are grateful or who has made a difference in their lives. This “Gifts of Gratitude” website will be open year-round, allowing anyone to share multiple gratitude notes to anyone in the world on an ongoing basis. We hope this encourages people to embrace gratitude as a mindset to celebrate today and every day!

Hyatt Offering Special Friends and Family Rates to Healthcare Workers

Additionally, and in the spirit of showing gratitude for those that have made an impact throughout the ongoing pandemic, Hyatt continues to show its appreciation for the heroes who tirelessly care for their communities. Hyatt announced a special “friends & family” rate code: THANKYOU exclusively for healthcare workers, inviting them to take a much-needed rest with their loved ones, when they are ready and able. The rate requires healthcare workers to provide proper identification and validation of professional status and is available for stays through September 12, 2021. More information about this offer and other ways that Hyatt is supporting healthcare heroes can be found here.

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