From 26 June to 5 July 2020, Hyatt hotels in Thailand are selling vouchers with up to a 40% discount.
With the exception of Park Hyatt Bangkok, these vouchers are all valid until the end of March 2021 at least, which (hopefully) improves the odds that you’ll have a chance to use them .
Buy Hyatt Thailand vouchers at up to 40% off
The following Hyatt properties in Thailand are participating in this promotion. Vouchers can generally be used for accommodation and dining, although you should check the individual T&Cs on each page.
|Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit||1 Jul 20-31 Mar 21|
|Park Hyatt Bangkok||1 Jul 20-23 Dec 20|
|Hyatt Regency Hua Hin||1 Jul 20-31 Mar 21|
|Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok||1 Jul 20-20 Dec 21|
|Hyatt Regency Phuket Resort||Until 31 Dec 21|
|Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit||1 Oct 20-31 May 21|
Most of these vouchers don’t require you to use them in 2020, which is good because this year is looking more and more like a write-off for travel.
If you do want the 40% discount, do note that you’ll need to commit to buying at least 11,000 THB (~S$500) of vouchers.
Stays made with these certificates are not eligible for World of Hyatt points.
What credit card should I use to purchase Hyatt Thailand vouchers?
These transactions will be processed online in foreign currency, but I’m not sure whether they will code as hotel expenditure (which is good for some cards like the DBS Altitude, and bad for others like the Citi Rewards) because they’re offered by a site called MegaTix.
Therefore, I’d recommend the following cards:
|UOB Visa Signature|
|4 mpd||Min S$1K max S$2K FCY spend per s. month|
|DBS Woman’s World Card|
|4 mpd||Cap S$2K per c. month|
|SCB X Card|
|3 mpd||Until 30 Jun 20. Min spend S$2K per c. month|
|SCB Visa Infinite||3 mpd||Min spend S$2K per s. month|
|S. Month= Statement Month | C. Month= Calendar Month|
Be sure to familiarize yourself with the risks inherent in purchasing prepaid vouchers before pulling the trigger- it’s possible that travel restrictions may remain in place at the time you want to travel, or that the property issuing the voucher may close down.
(HT: Loyalty Lobby)