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Old Feb 20, 14, 9:15 am
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Originally Posted by OceanBreezes View Post
No code was listed when I tried to change a reservation. Are there some negotiated rates without a code?
I just tried to change a reservation online...and, there was a code this time so know I know it. Yeah!!!!
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Old Feb 20, 14, 2:39 pm
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Originally Posted by wyndaengel View Post
Folks,
Was wondering if anyone has the Eli Lilly corporate code by any chance? Actually am legitimately an employee, and for some reason nobody in my office knows the code..
Call Hyatt reservations, tell them you are an Eli Lily employee and want to book a room using the corporate code. Ask them for it and they will give it to you!
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Old Feb 28, 14, 9:15 pm
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I have been legitimately using a Friends and Family promo code for over a year but it now doesn't pull up any discounted rooms anymore. I assume that code is now dead. The Hyatt employee (a very busy manager) is the in-law of a friend and I don't want to bother him if there isn't actually a new code. I know that before this code, legitimate family used to have to call to make reservations. Before I go bother people about a new code, could any Hyatt employee chime in on whether a new code still exists (no need to post it, just say whether I should bother pursuing it)?
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Old Apr 16, 14, 6:12 pm
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Originally Posted by DLSIZE View Post
NC16700 - but you didn't hear it from me.
That is the General Electric code.
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Old Apr 16, 14, 6:23 pm
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Originally Posted by SQ025 View Post
Did anybody have any issues lately at Grand Hyatt HK with IBM rate?

Thank you.
Try the new Tsim Sha Tsui Hyatt Regency, much better location and price.
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Old Apr 17, 14, 2:33 pm
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Originally Posted by Mary2e View Post
Go to your corporate intranet which should have a link to the online travel site. That is where you might find the codes.

My company publishes a list with codes and expected discounts each year.
I work for a very large company that uses AX travel and the codes are built into the booking system that we use and therefore are not available for viewing.

I called travel (got that dumb look, what the heck am I talking about) and then called the TA and they had no idea and just said its built into the booking system.

I was looking for IHG as a promo had a mobile booking promo which I wanted to do via IPAD. However I needed our company code. It was a legit business trip with a legit booking. I finally got it by going to the hotel and asking someone there to look it up. What a royal PITA

My point is, you cannot always find these codes thru your company or the OTA that you use
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Old Apr 17, 14, 3:16 pm
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I once made a dummy booking, I think for national car, on my corporate website, and the code was on it.

However, my current company publishes the codes for every chain on our intranet, which is downloadable.
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Old May 5, 14, 9:54 am
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Anyone know what rate 53421 is for?
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Old May 5, 14, 6:35 pm
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Anyone know what rate 53421 is for?
What hotel are you looking at? That didn't show up as anything for any of the hotels that I checked.
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Old May 5, 14, 7:23 pm
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Look around airports. Rate seems to show up as 'Airport Accommodation C' but no real further description.
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Old Jun 3, 14, 11:36 pm
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Originally Posted by Gunner14 View Post
Look around airports. Rate seems to show up as 'Airport Accommodation C' but no real further description.
That sounds like a "distressed passenger" rate. One of the companies that books rooms using airline vouchers is (or was) called Airport Accommodations.
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Old Jun 4, 14, 1:21 pm
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Originally Posted by Mary2e View Post
I once made a dummy booking, I think for national car, on my corporate website, and the code was on it.

However, my current company publishes the codes for every chain on our intranet, which is downloadable.
So where do you work Mary?
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Old Jun 9, 14, 3:00 pm
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Sorry, but I'm not posting that on a public IBB.

Why do you ask? Many people here have the ability to book at their corporate rates for personal use.
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Old Jul 9, 14, 9:17 am
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For those who have good corporate rates, anyone knows if that goes below the diamond "my elite rate" (20% off daily rate)
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Old Jul 9, 14, 2:24 pm
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Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn't.

Each hotel negotiates for a rate with the company. I have very good rates at Hyatts near some of our large offices or at locations where we have a lot of travel.

It also depends upon the economy. My corp rate at one hotel was about $175 per night, including 1 breakfast for 2013. This year it's $205 because the hotel is busier.
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