Hyatt Vacation Club at Sirena del Mar Timeshare Offer
They just keep rolling in! Hyatt has recently targeted me for timeshare offers outside of San Diego and Colorado but this Hyatt Vacation Club at Sirena del Mar timeshare offer may be the best yet. I am going to have to see if I can get the wife on board for this one. That could be a tall order since I burned a lot of wife points on our recent Hilton Timeshare offer. Although, she did say she would do it again for a 2 bedroom suite. I guess I'll just have to see what I can pull off with this one!
Let's dive into the Hyatt Vacation Club at Sirena del Mar timeshare offer details.
Email Subject: Mark, Claim Your Cabo Beach Vacation Package Now
- Get 4 DAYS/3 NIGHTS in a one bedroom villa for $349
- $100 more for high demand times
- Get a $100 gift card OR 7,500 World of Hyatt points
- Must attend a 120 minute timeshare presentation
- Travel must be completed within 12 months of package purchase. A nonrefundable deposit of $199 is required at time of purchase with the balance due at time of booking.
Eligibility & Offer Terms
Here are the eligibility rules and Hyatt Vacation Club at Sirena del Mar timeshare offer terms:
- This offer is limited to persons who reside in
- Washington D.C.
- New Mexico
- North Dakota
- An annual income of at least $100,000 or more is required.
- Offer is not transferable.
- One offer per family.
- The following are not eligible for this offer: Participants in a Hyatt Vacation Club promotion within the past year or with an active vacation package; employees and immediate family of Sponsor or its affiliated companies.
Cancellations must be made in writing within 15 days of the package purchase date or package purchase price is not refundable. A refund will be issued within 15 days of the receipt of notice of cancellation. Cancellation notices must be sent to WHV Resort Group, Inc., 300 Rancheros Dr., Suite 200, San Marcos, CA 92069.
What Is The Value Of This Offer?
It looks like 3 nights will cost you around $1000 at this hotel when including taxes and resort fees etc. The award cost would be 20K per night on average, or 60,000 points overall, as it is a category 5 hotel. That could fluctuate from the low of 17K to a high of 23K a night depending if it is off peak, standard or peak pricing. If we value the World of Hyatt points at 1.5 cents per point that 60K is worth $900.
The 7,500 points you get with the offer is worth $112.50 if you value them at the same 1.5 cents per point. The points are more valuable than the $100 gift card for most, so I would go with that.
This offer is worth around $1000 – $1100 in value for the room and points for a cost of $349 plus taxes and fees. I guess you could call it a 60% discount on your Mexico vacation.
Hyatt Vacation Club at Sirena del Mar Timeshare Offer: ToP Thoughts
This looks like a really nice resort and it is just down the road from ToP headquarters in Mexico, aka the Waldorf Astoria. You could try to extend your trip with a few nights there tacked on too. I'll have to see what kind of flights I can come up with since it is a tougher destination to get to from the Midwest or East Coast. If we lived on the West Coast I would jump on this in a heartbeat.
Remember to see if you can get more points or a bigger room etc. if you call in to book. It is always good to ask for more, all they can do is say no. This offer looks to be targeted since I had to enter a code but you can call 858.299.7451 to see if you can get added to the list.
Let me know if you were targeted for this offer too over in the ToP Facebook Group.