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Old Apr 19, 16, 5:45 pm
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Originally Posted by CanuckFlyHigh View Post
Japan is not the place to try to use the IBM rate. They will ask 85% of the time.
Thanks for the advice! I'll be avoiding that one then

And yes... I am aware that the codes are technically available for employees only
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Old Apr 19, 16, 5:54 pm
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Originally Posted by mitellic View Post
Thanks for the advice! I'll be avoiding that one then

And yes... I am aware that the codes are technically available for employees only
For clarity, I don't only mean the IBM rate. Japan is very strict, and will ask for ID on almost any corporate rate, even the Costco one!
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Originally Posted by mitellic View Post

And yes... I am aware that the codes are technically available for employees only
if you're so aware of things, then why are you asking advice of the forum?
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Old Apr 19, 16, 10:17 pm
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Originally Posted by CanuckFlyHigh View Post
For clarity, I don't only mean the IBM rate. Japan is very strict, and will ask for ID on almost any corporate rate, even the Costco one!
I have had quite a different experience. I have been traveling for work to Japan for 14 years and use my corp Hyatt code, have never once been asked for ID. It has dirt cheap rates and a generous breakfast credit so I'd think if they were the checking type that they would be checking me. I think it really depends. But then again I have not been asked in my 15 years at this company for ID for any hotel rate in any of a couple dozen countries.
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I have always assumed that there is a way to analyze corporate rate usage... I hardly am bothered by properties asking for ID, but when my rate code was changed or when at a new property they do (sometimes) ask. And Japan beats most other countries in asking for it.
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I have had quite a different experience. I have been traveling for work to Japan for 14 years and use my corp Hyatt code, have never once been asked for ID. It has dirt cheap rates and a generous breakfast credit so I'd think if they were the checking type that they would be checking me.
Do you book your own rooms, or does your company book them for you?
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Old Apr 20, 16, 6:19 am
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Ouch!

Thanks for pointing out that the Hyatt online check-in is for US, Canada, & Caribbean only
I just made a reservation at the ANdAZ London. they seem to offer web check-in, too. That's new to me, outside of the US.
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Originally Posted by CanuckFlyHigh View Post
Japan is not the place to try to use the IBM rate. They will ask 85% of the time.
My friend recently was asked for IBM company ID at Grand Hyatt in Berlin - never experienced this before in Germany
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Originally Posted by altstadthro View Post
My friend recently was asked for IBM company ID at Grand Hyatt in Berlin - never experienced this before in Germany
Just out of curiousity, did your friend actually have one? If not, what happened when he couldn't produce?
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Originally Posted by cdancer20 View Post
Just out of curiousity, did your friend actually have one? If not, what happened when he couldn't produce?
Not sure that anybody on Flyertalk would ever openly admit to that, even when it happens to a "friend".
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Originally Posted by hailstorm View Post
Not sure that anybody on Flyertalk would ever openly admit to that, even when it happens to a "friend".
Maybe, maybe not. It's repeatedly said here that people have tried to use company codes when they didn't work for the company but it's highly warned that you COULD be id'd.
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I have witnessed people not having ID before and they were informed that they would have to be rebooked into another rate, and asked if they had any relavent memberships (i.e. AAA). Not a big deal, and the agent certainly didn't seem surprised to have to be doing it.
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Old May 20, 16, 12:34 am
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corporate code in Japan

Originally Posted by stephem View Post
I have had quite a different experience. I have been traveling for work to Japan for 14 years and use my corp Hyatt code, have never once been asked for ID. It has dirt cheap rates and a generous breakfast credit so I'd think if they were the checking type that they would be checking me. I think it really depends. But then again I have not been asked in my 15 years at this company for ID for any hotel rate in any of a couple dozen countries.
If you don't mind I ask, which corporate code you've been using?
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I have witnessed people not having ID before and they were informed that they would have to be rebooked into another rate, and asked if they had any relavent memberships (i.e. AAA). Not a big deal, and the agent certainly didn't seem surprised to have to be doing it.
or just have a back up plan (i.e., another reservation nearby)
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or just have a back up plan (i.e., another reservation nearby)
How would that help? You'd be beyond the cancellation period, so you're still stuck paying for the room at Hyatt.
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