25% Off Hyatt Stays And 20% Off Hyatt Awards At Thompson Hotels

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News and notes from around the interweb:

  • The World Of Hyatt Credit Card and World of Hyatt Business Credit Card cardmembers can register for a 20% rebate when redeeming points at Thompson Hotels for stays completed April 1 – June 5, 2022.


    Thompson Washington DC Hotel

  • Hyatt’s 25% off room rate sale is now live.

  • Somehow I missed this clip last month. I have not investigated further:

  • SkyWest wants to stop flying subsidized Essential Air Service routes, but in many cases when you have the contract you don’t just get to terminate, you can be ordered to keep flying until a replacement is found. Dropping these flights – the subsidies never made sense to begin with, it’s mostly flights for no one to nowhere, with alternate larger airports nearby – but when you take the money you play by the rules. SkyWest says pilot shortage means these are what they want to drop, but the Department of Transportation says not so fast.

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Comments

  1. Perhaps it’s because I live in a leisure market, but the Hyatts near me all seemingly raised prices to offset the sale pricing. And didn’t have their sales prices ready at once (one property took until the afternoon to get the sales pricing to show up on the site).

    Overall, this year’s prices are much higher than the last 5 years. Hyatt’s 25% off sale was a bust because of this.

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