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World of Hyatt cardholders: Earn 10 points per dollar when booking these luxury all-inclusive resorts this spring

Feb. 28, 2022
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World of Hyatt points are some of the most valuable loyalty currencies, as they can provide outsized value for incredible properties worldwide.

Plus, with Hyatt's acquisition of Apple Leisure Group last year, there are 100 new properties that will soon be fully integrated into the World of Hyatt portfolio. Known as AMR Collection, there are six all-inclusive brands with properties throughout Latin America and Europe:

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  • Secrets Resorts & Spas.
  • Dreams Resorts & Spas.
  • Breathless Resorts & Spas.
  • Zoetry Wellness & Spa Resorts.
  • Alua Hotels & Resorts.
  • Sunscape Resorts & Spas.

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Later in 2022, you'll be able to earn and redeem their points for stays at these all-inclusive resorts.

Secrets Mallorca Villamil Resort & Spa, Adults Only. (Photo courtesy of Apple Leisure Group)

But for now, there's still a way to maximize your spending.

If a last-minute spring getaway is top of mind, here's even more reason to book that vacation: World of Hyatt cardholders will earn 10 points per dollar spent on eligible stays at AMR Collection properties completed between March 7 through May 15, 2022.

That's an additional 6 points per dollar you'll earn normally on top of Hyatt stays. Since TPG values World of Hyatt points at 1.7 cents each, you're looking at a whopping 17% return on your eligible stay.

For instance, this five-night stay at the Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort costs $2,682. By booking with a World of Hyatt Credit Card or the World of Hyatt Business Credit Card, I can earn 26,820 Hyatt points — or roughly $456 in value.

(Screenshot courtesy of Secrets Puerto Los Cabos)

There's no registration required — just book a reservation at one of these participating properties, and then pay for the stay with your World of Hyatt card.

After your stay during the promotional period (March 7 to May 15), you'll see your bonus points in your account within two weeks after your statement closes.

Related: Credit card showdown: World of Hyatt card versus World of Hyatt Business card

Bottom line

We're always looking for more ways to earn Hyatt points, as they can offer significant value. And with a stay at an AMR collection property this spring, you could earn 10 points for every dollar you spend.

Note that this promotion is available to both new and current cardholders — so if you're able to take advantage of this limited-time offer, you can earn thousands of Hyatt points while visiting these all-inclusive properties before they officially become a part of World of Hyatt.


Official application link: World of Hyatt Credit Card with up to 60,000 bonus points. Earn 30,000 Bonus Points after you spend $3,000 on purchases in your first three months from account opening, then up to 30,000 more bonus points by earning 2 points per dollar spent in the first six months from account opening on purchases that normally earn 1 point, on up to $15,000 spent.

Official application link: World of Hyatt Business Credit Card with 60,000 bonus points after you spend $5,000 on purchases in your first three months from account opening.


Featured image by Hyatt announced plans to acquire Apple Leisure Group and its portfolio of luxury brands, including Secrets Resorts and Spas, Dreams Resorts and Spas and Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts. (Photo courtesy of Apple Leisure Group)
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