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Hyatt South East Asia Flash Sale 72 hrs.

Hyatt South East Asia Flash Sale 72 hrs.

Old Sep 14, 15, 5:48 am
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Hyatt South East Asia Flash Sale 72 hrs.

I just received notification of a flash sale for all Hyatt properties in SEA. It seems to be subject to availability restrictions, but can apparently be up to 40% off of daily rate. I just thought I would pass this on in case anyone is booking over the next few days.

Offer code is: SEAF

By the way, PH Maldives is participating in the flash sale. Random dates I searched showed no availability, but it could be worth a try.

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Old Sep 14, 15, 7:17 am
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Sales only starts from 15-17 Sept.
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Old Sep 14, 15, 9:58 am
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Do the rates go into 2016?

One would assume that these are nonrefundable, right?
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Old Sep 14, 15, 10:08 am
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it's until 12/31 I believe.
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Old Sep 14, 15, 10:24 am
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Oh.. and you can't use DSU with this rate. Bummer...
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Old Sep 14, 15, 11:39 am
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Oh.. and you can't use DSU with this rate. Bummer...
How is this possible? Are you saying this is not an "Eligible rate"? That would mean no stay credit as well.
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Old Sep 14, 15, 12:03 pm
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I was looking at the GH BKK. The rate is still THB 5600++. It would seem this property in particular or BKK in general really needs a good promotion to get the tourists to come back.
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Old Sep 14, 15, 12:35 pm
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Originally Posted by gemini573 View Post
I was looking at the GH BKK. The rate is still THB 5600++. It would seem this property in particular or BKK in general really needs a good promotion to get the tourists to come back.
Now offering a "Special Escape" rate of 5320 THB. Previously cheapest rate was 6600 THB on the dates I'm looking at. With the Baht down against the dollar, 5320 is pretty reasonable ($147 U.S.). Still not low enough to get me away from Shangri-La though

I am not seeing a special offer "SEAF" rate in either BKK or SIN, and it's now September 15 in both places.
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Old Sep 14, 15, 1:07 pm
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Originally Posted by Kacee View Post
Now offering a "Special Escape" rate of 5320 THB. Previously cheapest rate was 6600 THB on the dates I'm looking at. With the Baht down against the dollar, 5320 is pretty reasonable ($147 U.S.). Still not low enough to get me away from Shangri-La though

I am not seeing a special offer "SEAF" rate in either BKK or SIN, and it's now September 15 in both places.
It's a decent rate. I would go lower to try and get the tourists to go back. Whatever they're doing now still isn't working.

I should see what they're offering at the City of Dreams in Manila.
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Old Sep 14, 15, 1:46 pm
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It's a decent rate. I would go lower to try and get the tourists to go back. Whatever they're doing now still isn't working.
Even during the coup, when tourist visits dropped to almost nothing, most of the name hotels in Bangkok were not discounting. They don't seem to understand how a demand curve works.
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Even during the coup, when tourist visits dropped to almost nothing, most of the name hotels in Bangkok were not discounting. They don't seem to understand how a demand curve works.
Exactly!!! I've been there over 100 times and I still don't know how that country works.

Sorry to take this off topic. If you look at the flights from HKG on CX, they're empty!!! Just go look on IG.
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Old Sep 14, 15, 6:48 pm
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How is this possible? Are you saying this is not an "Eligible rate"? That would mean no stay credit as well.
That's what it said in the terms and conditions. It is an eligible rate, just that DSU cannot be used with it.
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Old Sep 14, 15, 6:49 pm
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Originally Posted by Kacee View Post
Now offering a "Special Escape" rate of 5320 THB. Previously cheapest rate was 6600 THB on the dates I'm looking at. With the Baht down against the dollar, 5320 is pretty reasonable ($147 U.S.). Still not low enough to get me away from Shangri-La though

I am not seeing a special offer "SEAF" rate in either BKK or SIN, and it's now September 15 in both places.
Starts only at 10:01 am SGT on Sept 15.. Be patient.
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Old Sep 14, 15, 8:31 pm
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Even during the coup, when tourist visits dropped to almost nothing, most of the name hotels in Bangkok were not discounting. They don't seem to understand how a demand curve works.
I think they were not discounting because they know exactly how to price their rooms. It is very hard for hotels to maintain high rates if they substantially discount, so if they do discount theg are going to do so discreetly. They will not slash published rates.
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336SGD at the GH Singapore looking at random dates in November/December. "Sea Flash Sale" rate.
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