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Old Aug 11, 15, 7:09 pm
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Question AAA rate reservation -- change in procedure

When I travel for leisure, I usually get best rate as some sort of AAA rate.

Neither my wife nor I ever remember being asked for a card at the hotel(s), but I remember no end of times when I was slowed down in making the reservation on-line because I forgot to enter the number in that obscure place toward the bottom; or I had to scrounge up the number; or I was off by a digit in entering, or ...

The dog that didn't bark: It is slowly dawning on me that lately I have not needed to enter the AAA number in making the reservation. It's like when you notice your back isn't hurting anymore! Is it just me, just the hotels I have been picking, or is something else changing? Are we now being asked more for the card when we show-up? (One more thing to keep a track of ...)
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Old Aug 12, 15, 7:11 am
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The system may be storing it. I don't think I was asked for my number either.
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Old Sep 11, 15, 4:20 am
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Code for Goa

Hey there,

Do you know any code for Park Hyatt Goa? I tried a lot from this thread but nothing changed the rate.

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Old Nov 29, 15, 1:40 pm
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Does anyone have an experience with Duty Free Shoppers code? It was provided to me by a friend who said it could be used by anyone.
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Old Dec 3, 15, 10:41 pm
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Boeing Discount Code?

My spouse is a Boeing employee with proof as needed. We are moving over from SPG where we used the Boeing discount regularly (and while never asked, we always had business cards/id ready for presentation)....

Does anyone know if there is a similar Boeing code for Hyatt?
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Old Dec 3, 15, 10:45 pm
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Originally Posted by lighthouse206 View Post
My spouse is a Boeing employee with proof as needed. We are moving over from SPG where we used the Boeing discount regularly (and while never asked, we always had business cards/id ready for presentation)....

Does anyone know if there is a similar Boeing code for Hyatt?
Yes. Your spouse should consult their travel department for the CR code.
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Old Dec 4, 15, 12:24 am
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Originally Posted by lighthouse206 View Post

Does anyone know if there is a similar Boeing code for Hyatt?

call your travel department. They'll tell you. You may also consult the crop. travel policy to make sure you're entitled to use the code on private travels too.
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Old Dec 4, 15, 12:57 am
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Large companies sometimes publish this information on the corporate intranet. If discounted hotel rates are available for all employees, they might be listed under the benefits area of the intranet.
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Old Dec 4, 15, 1:36 am
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When I call Hyatt reservations I ask them for my company's corporate rate and they are able to look it up and provide it for me.
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Old Dec 4, 15, 12:06 pm
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Originally Posted by schranerli View Post
call your travel department. They'll tell you. You may also consult the crop. travel policy to make sure you're entitled to use the code on private travels too.
just call hyatt... they'll tell you the code. Ive done it many times.
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Old Dec 5, 15, 4:05 am
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How strict are the Hyatts in China? Is a buisness card enough?
(not planing taking my badge, prefer leaving this important things safe at home)

Going to a leisure trip but think about using my corporate Rate.
(GH Shanghai has awesome prices)
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Old Dec 5, 15, 4:59 am
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Originally Posted by PhilHugi View Post
How strict are the Hyatts in China? Is a buisness card enough?
(not planing taking my badge, prefer leaving this important things safe at home)

Going to a leisure trip but think about using my corporate Rate.
(GH Shanghai has awesome prices)
Business card is generally always good enough.
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Old Dec 5, 15, 5:39 am
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Originally Posted by PhilHugi View Post
How strict are the Hyatts in China? Is a buisness card enough?
(not planing taking my badge, prefer leaving this important things safe at home)

Going to a leisure trip but think about using my corporate Rate.
(GH Shanghai has awesome prices)
I was only asked for a business card
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Old Dec 21, 15, 2:00 pm
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Looking to stay at HR Huntington Beach for 2 nights in April. My friend's corporate rate is a full 50% less, plus resort fee is waived. I know how strict they are in verifying varies from property to property and region to region-- does anybody have experience on how strict this property is in verifying eligibility?
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Old Dec 21, 15, 6:20 pm
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Does anyone know how a small business might go about getting a corporate rate for its members?

We stay in Hyatts enough that it would be worthwhile for us. TIA.
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