(EXPIRED) Up to 7,786 Hyatt points w/ $199 Exhale on Demand subscription

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Update: Bethany from Miles to Memories points out that you can buy the Exhale on Demand annual membership for $99 from Guilt City. Stack with a shopping portal and that’s probably a better deal unless you have a specific high-value use in mind for the points.

World of Hyatt is offering 5,000 points when you sign up for a 1 year subscription to Exhale on Demand. Stacked with your Hyatt points for spending with Exhale and using the Hyatt credit card, you can earn a pretty strong return on the the cost of a subscription. If you’re looking for a fitness video subscription, that might be a decent enough deal.

The Deal

Key Details

  • Get 500 Bonus Points for each monthly subscription between January 7 and March 24, 2019. Get 5,000 Bonus Points for a yearly subscription between January 7 and March 24, 2019.
  • These Bonus Points are in addition to the 10 Base Points per eligible USD you now can earn for Exhale On Demand subscriptions purchased on exhalespa.com.
  • Members must connect their World of Hyatt account to an Exhale account prior to subscribing for Exhale On Demand in order to earn this offer.
  • Please allow 15 business days after you subscribe for the Bonus Points to be posted to your World of Hyatt account.
  • If a member subscribes to a monthly subscription, the maximum amount of points they can receive during the promotional period is 1,500 Bonus Points.
  • If a member subscribes to a yearly subscription, the maximum amount of points they can receive during the promotional period is 5,000 Bonus Points.
  • On Demand subscriptions purchased through a third party (e.g. Gilt) will not count towards this offer.

Quick Thoughts

As best I can tell, Exhale on Demand looks like a fitness video subscription service that includes a range of types of videos.

An annual subscription costs $199.00.

Additionally, by linking your World of Hyatt account, you’ll earn 10x Hyatt base points per dollar spent (an additional 1,990 points). World of Hyatt credit card holders earn 4x Hyatt points on purchases through Exhale. That’s a total of 7,786 World of Hyatt points. Based on our Reasonable Redemption Values, World of Hyatt points are worth about 1.74c per point (you can of course get more or less value depending on how you use them). That makes the points worth around $135. That’s not a bad deal if you are interested in this type of subscription. Don’t get me wrong — there are plenty of free fitness options in the world — but this is likely as good a deal as you’re going to get on this particular subscription.

There is also a Chase Offer for 20% back at Exhale, though I have no idea whether an Exhale on Demand subscription will trigger that. It’s worth checking your Chase mobile account to see if you can add it to your World of Hyatt credit card to see.

Be sure to click the link under “The Deal” and connect your Exhale and World of Hyatt accounts before subscribing.

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Update for those interested in a (might-be) free fitness deal.

My husband’s WOH card had the 20% off Exhale discount that expires today (with a $28 back maximum). I don’t have this on my account because I recently closed my Hyatt card to sign up for the 60k bonus – Chase says they don’t post offers on new cards until there is sufficient activity.

I purchased the $199 subscription under my Exhale/WOH connected account but used his WOH card for the discount (which I can transfer to my account later if needed).

5,000 WOH points (annual subscription bonus) + 2,786 WOH points (10 base points + 4 WOH cc points = 14 points x $199 annual subscription price) = 7,786 points (as Nick has already provided). I value WOH points at .018, giving me $140.15 back in point value for the purchase.

Added to the $28 Chase Offer = $168.15 back in point/cash value. Then when I linked both my accounts & my husband’s, Exhale then also gave us 2, $24 value fitness classes at our location. Exhale specifically states on the Reward that my husband can then transfer to a family member, now giving me $216.15 back in value for my $199 purchase so I “make” $17.15 as I will definitely use the video & take the classes.

I also contacted Gilt (before I knew my husband had the Chase Exhale Offer), and they have not offered the $99 subscription for “quite some time” and don’t know if/when they ever will again. This is not an option anyway now but even so if they eventually do again, the biggest cashback Gilt has ever offered is 16% (& usually 2%). Using a card then earning 2.25% (on a travel portal). 18.25% still only allows $18.07 back on a $99 purchase, leaving a net $80.94 out of pocket.

Hyatt also specifically states on the Exhale website that 3rd party purchases (Gilt) for Exhale on Demand do not earn bonus WOH points on the WOH credit card but DO using the WOH card. Bottom line – anyone who is thinking of doing this, has a WOH card and esp with a Chase Offer (seems most expire today) will almost break even if you value/are able to take even 1 fitness class. Even if not, $30 isn’t a bad price for a year of fitness that can go everywhere you do.

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I would actually do this with an extra 20% Chase Offfer, but I don’t have any offers for my WOH card. Nice thinking, though…you are the Stack King!

If a cardholder lives in an Exhale city (& they like spas), anything spent at Exhale is also worth 10x base points + 4 bonus points. That is incredible for spa go’ers as you don’t have to even stay at a Hyatt to earn 14x. And that is the real takeaway for me & my friends from this Exhale intro offer. It is like getting a $150 treatment for almost $110 (when including the WOH point values).

Very exciting…NO other card company is carving out health & fitness like Hyatt & offering real value for these services. Spa Finder cards, for example, can be found cheaply online (with cc bonus points, too) but not so great to actually use.

I am using my WOH cc bonus towards a free, all-inclusive $1,500 night for 2 at Miraval Austin – my gf is working on the second night. Kudos to Hyatt for recognizing/rewarding mindful spa experiences in our crazy, stressed lives.

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