Last Week Of The U.S. Daily Getaways: World of Hyatt Points Packages & Caesars Las Vegas

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The U.S. Travel Association’s Daily Getaways are in their last week and this time there will be two offers left: Various Caesars packages for stays in Las Vegas as well as World of Hyatt Points packages.

Daily Getaways started early April and so far had interesting offers for those interested to save on purchases with various travel providers, coming to a close with these two final offers.

You can access the calendar with all offers here.

The schedule for this week is as follows:

The Caesars Hotels Packages can make sense, especially the $425 2 night VIP Package for any Caesars Resort that includes round trip transfers per limousine, $150 Spa Credit, $100 Dining Credit and one bottle of champagne per room service.

I like Caesars and Nobu hotels, especially Nobu is really nice but it can be had cheap many times through Wyndham Rewards. Overall I’d probably have my eyes on the Caesars Palace packages especially since the limousine transfer is included as well.

I don’t like the booking conditions too much though as its not very flexible:

Travel must be completed by July 1, 2019, and must be booked no later than 30 days in advance of scheduled arrival. Blackout dates apply.

Most folks are probably awaiting the final offer of the season, World of Hyatt points packages that are once again offered this year.

This is a very inexpensive way of purchasing points but only if the redemptions are applied at the right hotels, meaning at the right redemption levels during peak season.

The limit per package that can be purchased is one per category:

No more than one (1) set of points purchased through this offer are allowed per World of Hyatt membership number. A maximum of four (4) sets of points is allowed per World of Hyatt membership number across all Hyatt offers.

I don’t expect these packages to last very long though and will probably be very hard to get. I’ll try for it but don’t have high hopes (got left empty handed the last two rounds as well).

Conclusion

This will be it for 2018 and it’s been an interesting mix of offers with mostly repeating partners. Too bad it’s not possible anymore to get a discount with the use of an American Express card as the sponsorship ended.

Have you made any purchases this year and maybe already had a chance to use them?

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