More Resorts Found For Hyatt’s Unlimited Golf Package – Take More Of My $$$$
Yesterday I alerted you to a pretty great deal that Derrick from Travel on Point(s) had discovered. Hyatt was offering an unlimited golf package at their popular Hyatt Chesapeake property. For $50-$75 more than the advanced booking room rate you were able to get unlimited golf for 2 during your stay. It even includes range balls and a discount in the pro shop etc. We had thought that this deal would be available at more locations and Derrick ended up tracking a few more down.
Here are the terms of the golf offer again in case you missed it yesterday:
Unlimited Golf for 2:Unlimited driving range: 15pct off golf lessons:15pct off merchandise – Tee times must be made prior to check-in and are subject to availability. – Please Request Tee times directly through the River Marsh Pro Shop at 410.901.6397. – Booking Dates: 01FEB21 – 31DEC21 – Stay Dates: 01FEB21 – 31DEC21 – 1 Night Deposit at booking FEATURES: – 15% Discount on regular priced River Marsh Pro Shop merchandise – 15% Discount on golf lessons – Unlimited Driving Range use – Unlimited Cart Rental – Unlimited Golf for two
It says that you will be charged for 1 night up front but I did not get charged (I only booked one night).
Current List Of Hotels Offering The Deal
Here is a list of hotels that Derrick was able to track down. If you find anymore let me know and I’ll add them to the list.
It is good to see a few more options since flying to the East Coast isn’t plausible / worthwhile for some people. Hopefully we can track a few more options down and have places scattered throughout the US. Come on Midwest 🤣.
Has anyone besides me booked one of these deals (or maybe two or three). Let me know in the comments.
Mark Ostermann is a father, husband and miles/points fanatic. He left the corporate world after starting a family in order to be a stay at home dad. Mark is constantly looking at ways to save money and stay within budget while also taking awesome vacations with his family. When he isn't caring for his family or taking a weekend trip, Mark is working towards his goal of visiting every Major League Baseball ballpark.