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Get Your 4th Night Free At 94 Hyatt Regency Hotels
A few days ago I found a deal on Hyatt Place hotels that were offering the 4th night free. In the post Craig from Middle Age Miles commented that there was an offer on Hyatt Regency hotels too.
Details on the Hyatt Regency deal are the same as the Hyatt Place deal and are as follows:
- Receive a fourth night free when you book by May 11
- For stays through May 15, 2019
- Only at select Hyatt Place hotels
- Code auto populates as 4HFR
- Bookings are prepaid and nonrefundable
You can find all of the properties in the sale here. Be sure to use the refine search option at the top of the hotel listings to make things easier.
Is It Really 4th Night Free?
When looking at the Hyatt Place deal it was often not a true 4th night free. It still ended up being around a 10-20% off deal compared to the normal 4 night rates. This one seems to be the same way which is a little deceiving in my opinion. It depends on the hotel and dates. I also had issues getting the offer to populate logged in so search not logged in and then log in.
Here is the price booking the hotel with the 4th night code.
Price when booking just 3 nights.
If you were already going to book a 4 night cash stay at one of the listed properties then this sale will save you some money. It just won’t save you the 25% that is implied by the sale. It will be more likely in the 10-20% range when it is all said is done. Saving money is always good but I wish it was truly a 4th night free sale.
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