Hyatt has finally decided to join the cashback bandwagon, and announced a deal with Affiliate Window this week to launch a full affiliate programme.
Given that most European Hyatt properties are at the pricier end of the market, this is a decent return. Cashback will not be paid if you use a corporate code, however.
(Of course, you would receive far higher cashback – often 12% – if you booked the same Hyatt property on Expedia or hotels.com. You need to sacrifice your Gold Passport points, status benefits or airline miles to do so, however. hotels.com does have its Welcome Rewards programme which I intend to cover at some point.)
Remember that Hyatt also owns the Andaz brand, as well as Park Hyatt, Hyatt Place, Hyatt Regency, Grand Hyatt etc.
This lengthy Head for Points post from December gave a full list of all of the travel companies featured on Quidco, which is more extensive than you might imagine.
I will try to get an affiliate link sorted out for the site, so that non-UK readers (or non-Quidco users) can choose to support HFP if they wish.