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World of Hyatt Points Calendar: Easy Way to Find Off Peak Dates

Struggling to find off-peak dates for your stay? Use the World of Hyatt Points Calendar.

Last night while looking for award space at the Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort and Spa and discovered a new link, a points calendar.

Now that World of Hyatt has moved from a single point price award chart to an off-peak, peak, and standard award chart, this is a great tool to use to learn what dates a hotel considered peak and off peak.

If you’re trying to reach World of Hyatt Globalist status before the end of the year, the World of Hyatt Points Calendar can help you find inexpensive mattress runs.

Where to Find the Hyatt Points Calendar Link

where to find the link to the Hyatt points calendar

You’ll find the link to the World of Hyatt Points Calendar under the link for the hotel website when looking up availability for rooms.

I experimented and looked up different hotels such as Alila Ventana Big Sur, Alila Marea Beach Resort, Park Hyatt Maldives, and the London Churchill. All the hotels have a link to their points calendar.

Pro-tip: The Points Calendar link will only show after you’ve put dates into the search field and are looking at a hotel. So you have to be on the booking page.

The link will not show when looking at a destination.

World of Hyatt Points Calendar

monthly view of points cost

The World of Hyatt points calendar shows a hotel’s monthly point cost. This is a great function if you’re looking at hotels in popular destinations such as Hawaii.

Instead of having to guess when off-peak and peak days are, you can now easily search a month at a time.

This will come in handy if you’re trying to find inexpensive dates for double elite nights at Andaz.

You still have to click the yellow “Check Availability” box to find actual award space. But you’ll save time.

Hopefully, Hyatt will add real-time points availability. I reached out to Hyatt to see if/when they’ll add that functionality.

Pro-tip: You can earn base points on free stays.

Conclusion

With the World of Hyatt Points Calendar you can quickly find out what dates a hotel considers are considered off-peak and peak.

Now there’s no guesswork. You’ll immediately know what dates are considered off-peak, peak, and standard.

While still lukewarm on the award chart change, I LOVE this new Hyatt points calendar.

Do you?

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Nbam Ana

Friday 28th of January 2022

It's great to know about Hyatt Points Calendar! Thanks for sharing all the details about it 🙂

Rosey

Thursday 27th of January 2022

It’s nice that there is a new way to track what points will do. I am so ready to start traveling again.

Catalina

Thursday 27th of January 2022

I love to save money and this is a great way! I should che it out!

Marysa

Thursday 27th of January 2022

What a great resource. Hyatt has so many great hotels to choose from!

Beth

Thursday 27th of January 2022

Having an easy way to figure out what dates are off-peak will save so much time when booking a vacation!

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