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Back in 2021, Hyatt acquired a company called Apple Leisure Group, with the promise of adding over 100 all-inclusive properties to their portfolio. About a year later, we finally have access to book a wide swath of all-inclusive getaways through World of Hyatt.
The acquisition brought with it a number of brands you may have heard of across the Caribbean and Mexico including:
Hyatt has always had their Ziva and Zilara brands but now travelers have access to a tremendous portfolio. If you're a World of Hyatt enthusiast, the points pricing for the Inclusive Collection is very affordable.
As you'll see, the pricing starts around 15,000 for the lower tier all-inclusive properties and tiers up to 50,000 on the high end.
So what's the best way to book Hyatt on points?
The World of Hyatt Chase Credit Card
A relatively easy way to get points is by signing up for the branded credit card. They're offer a 60,000 points offer right now, which is enough to get you a few nights at a luxurious retreat like Zoetry Agua Punta Cana or Secrets Cap Cana at 21,000 points per night.
Transfer points from Chase Ultimate Rewards
If you're not interested in getting a new credit card, if you transfer points from the Ultimate Rewards program, you're securing a great points value. You can transfer points from Chase at a 1:1 rate, meaning 1 chase point is worth 1 point on the World of Hyatt Program.
Be sure to link your World of Hyatt card to your Chase profile and you'll see your points transfer within minutes.
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