Late last week, Loyalty Lobby flagged a Hyatt program for small and medium sized businesses called “Hyatt Leverage” which gives businesses their own corporate rate code and a 5-15% savings on published rates.
It takes only a minute to sign up, so I did and was pleased to see it offers real savings! While a rate plan like AAA often matches the Member Rate or just a bit lower, I found these savings to be quite real. See below for a couple of examples:
In the first example, I can book a cancelable rate for $280 when the lowest cancelable rate is $313.
At the Hotel 50 Bowery, I can book for $238 compared to $252 as a member (and the same $252 for AAA).
But at the Hyatt Regency Jersey City, I can book a Member rate for $30 less which is also cancelable.
So, it works in most cases, but not all!
If you have a small business, there’s no reason to not take advantage of this program. They ask for the bare minimum information to get started and there’s no downside. You can use your new corporate rate code, or not.
If you try it out, let me know what discounts you see!
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