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Hyatt Moving Two Hotels to Higher Award Category Tonight

Hyatt reached out to let me know that two hotels would move up in redemption category at 9:00 p.m. Central this evening, meaning that redemptions will cost more points. I love that Hyatt is proactively sharing changes even when those changes affect just two properties. I don't love that Hyatt is sharing that information only with me and not with all members, and that they're sharing it the same day the change is going to go into effect.
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