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You’re too late…

Call your boss – the meeting is off. At precisely 1PM, Hyatt is selling their wildly valuable World of Hyatt Points for just 1.08 cents a piece, or even less. These kind of deals happen virtually never. Whatever someone needs you to do at 1PM can be easily rescheduled to 1:05PM EST when all these deals are sold out and you’ve successfully completed your purchase. But when the clock strikes 1PM, you better be ready to play. Here’s everything you need to know to unlock up to $750 worth of travel for $260 or less.

a room with a bed and a chair and a large windowThe Deal

The U.S. Travel Association’s Daily Getaways live for one final day, and that day is today. Today only, at 1PM EST, you can purchase Hyatt points in blocks of 24,000 – 30,000 – 40,000 or 72,000 at rates Hyatt never ever offers. Points are available at prices between just 1.1 cents for 30,000 points, or 1.08 cents or less for the other packages. Translation: these Hyatt points can easily be worth double what you’re paying for them. 24,000 points for $260? That’s a bargain.

a house with a pool and a deckWhy You Care

24,000 Hyatt points puts you 1,000 points away from a free night in a $750 a night in the Maldives, or a $550 a night or more hotel in Tokyo – amongst many others. If those are a little rich for your blood, you can enjoy wonderful hotels all around the world for 10,000 points, giving you two nights or more. Here are five $500 plus hotels you can book for 25,000 points.

a hotel with a pool and palm treesHow To Book

Get your internet connection up to speed about 12:55PM EST and start thinking about hitting the refresh button. These deals will go live at promptly 1:00 PM and will not last more than mere minutes. These are truly the lowest prices we ever see for paid Hyatt points, and they come once a year or not at all. Head to this Daily Getaways page to grab your points – while you can. Oh and once you get your points, we recommend the Andaz Tokyo. It’s like, perfect.

Are you grabbing some Hyatt points?

Featured image courtesy of Park Hyatt Maldives.

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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