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Buy Hyatt points for 1.1 cents (Good Deal Alert) – But Skip The Hilton Points for 0.5 cents

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Today, Monday June 3rd, at 1pm, you will able to to try to…

Buy Hyatt points for just 1.1 cents apiece.

My regular readers will know that I almost *never* endorse buying points because loyalty programs change so frequently and you are rarely getting such a good deal that the points are well below my “What is a Mile or Point worth?”values – which denotes the minimum I’d redeem for.

Exception: When you can buy for nearly half the price I’d redeem for. I actually bought Hyatt points in this same USTA offer last year and I did exceed 2 cents a point in value – so it was, in reality, a great deal.

You’ll need your finger on the trigger right at 1:00:00 Eastern – they will go fast. I’d be inclined to go for the 24,000 point package with 3-4x the number of available packages.

Here’s a direct link (I do not earn any sort of commission from this):


Now tomorrow, there will be a similar offer for Hilton points. The difference?

They will be sold for exactly what they are “worth” which is 0.5 cents. Would I buy for the effective “face value”?

No, I absolutely wouldn’t – UNLESS – you are topping off for a major redemption that will earn you multiples of the 0.5 cents, such as a 5 night stay at the Waldorf Astoria Maldives.  If you have availability for your dates and need some spare points to top off, then sure, do it. Otherwise, pass.

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