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While other hotel programs decrease the value of their reward points well below a cent per point, Hyatt has maintained (or potentially increased) the value of theirs.
Specifically, NerdWallet values Hyatt points at 1.9 cents each. This is a baseline value, drawn from real-world data, not a maximized value. In other words, you should aim for award redemptions that offer 1.9 cents or more in value from your Hyatt points.
Based on this value, use the calculator below to figure out how much your stash of points is worth.
Wondering what you can do with those points? Check out our guide to booking award nights with Hyatt and how to get the most value from World of Hyatt points.
How to maximize your rewards
You want a travel credit card that prioritizes what’s important to you. Here are our picks for the best travel credit cards of 2020, including those best for:
- Airline miles and a large bonus: The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card
- No annual fee: The Wells Fargo Propel American Express® card
- Flat-rate rewards with no annual fee: The Bank of America® Travel Rewards credit card
- Premium travel rewards: The Chase Sapphire Reserve®
- Luxury perks: The Platinum Card® from American Express
- Business travelers: The Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card
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