Cyber Monday Hyatt at Home and Hilton to Home Sales

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In the spirit of Cyber Monday 2014 many hotels programs and properties are rolling out specials. For those who would like to slip into a hotel branded robe to remind you of that trip to Hawaii or don’t have any travel planned but know someone who’d love a pair of fluffy hotel branded slippers can buy those online too. Many Hyatt at Home items are on sale, some up to 50% percent off. Hilton’s Holiday Home sale lists everything at 30% off.

Hyatt Tweeted that they’ve got items up to 75% off, though their sale page so far today still indicates up to 50% off. Here’s a link to their sale.

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There are linens, duvets, bathrobes and even shaving items.

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Here’s a link to Hilton’s sale.

Even their Peter Thomas Roth bathroom amenities are on sale, all at 30% off.

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Also, when buying items online today (and every day) I strongly suggest through a shopping portal whenever possible.

A portal finder such as evreward.com or cashbackmonitor.com can help you decide which shopping portal makes the most sense for you.

For example, if I wanted to buy something at Nordstrom, evreward would tell me that I’d earn 4 Marriott Rewards points if I used their Shop My Way portal to make the purchase.

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Many shopping portals are offering increased points earnings today too, so even if your preferred program hasn’t offered great points earnings for a particular merchant in the past they might have updated it for today.

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Do you use shopping portals for online purchases?

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