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Old Mar 6, 13, 5:27 pm
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Where do you guys find these codes? I work for IBM but I don't even know our codes for half of these hotels, and I never know where to find them. lol
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Old Mar 6, 13, 6:40 pm
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Look on your corporate travel site under hotels. You should find a list of preferred hotels and their codes.

If they don't list the codes, try to make a dummy booking at a hotel, and it should fill in automatically.

At worst, call your corporate travel dept.
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Old Mar 6, 13, 7:02 pm
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Originally Posted by ZeekLTK View Post
Where do you guys find these codes? I work for IBM but I don't even know our codes for half of these hotels, and I never know where to find them. lol
Now you have it.

FYI. The IBM code for SPG is 18000
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Old Mar 6, 13, 7:20 pm
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There's also a little thing called "trial and error"...
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Old Mar 6, 13, 8:00 pm
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Originally Posted by hailstorm View Post
There's also a little thing called "trial and error"...
What's that....100k possibilities?
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Old Mar 6, 13, 8:18 pm
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Originally Posted by Vinodavid View Post
What's that....100k possibilities?
Yes. And how many thousands of companies do they have arrangements with?

Keep plugging in random numbers and you're bound to find something.
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Old Mar 6, 13, 9:22 pm
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world wide rate

what is world wide rate? is this legal to use this rate by common traveler? I do not want to cheat anybody.
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Old Mar 6, 13, 10:00 pm
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Originally Posted by DOUDOU1980 View Post
what is world wide rate? is this legal to use this rate by common traveler? I do not want to cheat anybody.
If you have to ask, then you probably are not officially allowed to use it.
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Old Mar 7, 13, 7:20 am
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That's not necessarily true. My corporate rates are on the travel site and specifically state they can be used for personal travel. The only caveat I have is for Hertz and that our rate won't cover insurance if we're not using it for business.

But it's not easy to find - you have to go looking for it, and the benefit is also not readily known to employees. Beats me why they don't advertise it, I think they should.
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Old Mar 7, 13, 7:34 am
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world wide rate is a negotiated discount from a specific corporation to have site wide discount - say 10%

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Pfizer codes

14192 Pfizer
46588 Pfizer
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Old Mar 19, 13, 5:53 pm
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Anybody try to use IBM in Mexico?
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Old Mar 19, 13, 9:02 pm
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Originally Posted by DOUDOU1980 View Post
what is world wide rate? is this legal to use this rate by common traveler? I do not want to cheat anybody.
I think its just a standard discount for codes - you're probably seeing this often with the IBM code. I think its for hotels they have not specifically negotiated a rate with directly.


As for people asking for rate codes, I dont know why they dont just call up Hyatt and ask. I did that with the company I work for, cause I was tired of using our clunky CW travel site... they provided me the information immediately with no questions asked.
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Old Mar 22, 13, 6:38 am
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Pfizer codes

14192 Pfizer
46588 Pfizer
why do some companies have multiple codes?
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Old Mar 22, 13, 6:53 am
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Originally Posted by TrojanHorse View Post
why do some companies have multiple codes?
Some companies have multiple entities across multiple countries. There are dozens of GE codes out there...
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