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Hyatt finally launched peak and off peak pricing yesterday. The dates are set by market and well in advance.
Hyatt has now made it easy to see at a glance what days are peak and off peak (or standard) with a calendar.
Just navigate to the property you are interested in, for example the Hyatt Regency Greenwich.
As you can see, off peak days are indicated very clearly.
I couldn’t find any peak days, though, so I also searched the Hyatt Baha Mar in the Bahamas:
If you look at May 2022 here, the 27th and 28th are peak pricing (23,000 points for a category 5).
Notably, while Hyatt calls out off-peak very clearly, they do not flag the peak dates (which they really should). But, at least the info is there to see and pretty easily at that.
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