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If you registered for this deal back when we posted it in August, today is your last chance to score this deal! This offer is pretty sweet for Hyatt Credit Card holders.
Last Chance! $20 Statement Credit Whole Foods
As previously posted…..Whole Foods Market and the Hyatt Credit Card have teamed up to offer Hyatt Credit Cardmembers an offer where they can receive a $20 statement credit for spending $50 or more in a single purchase at Whole Foods Market now through September 25, 2017.
If you’re an eligible cardholder, you must register for this offer prior to making your purchase.
If you’re a Whole Foods fan, this is a great offer which essentially can give you 40% off your $50 purchase.
However, I do find it interesting that this offer is for the Hyatt Credit Card, rather than another Chase card such as the Chase Sapphire. On one hand, Chase could be trying to drive spend to the Hyatt Credit Card, though if they were really trying to do that, I would of addeded an increased point earning at Whole Foods for these cardholders.
Register before using your Hyatt Credit Card to shop at any Whole Foods Market in the U.S. and get a $20 statement credit for spending $50 or more in a single purchase at Whole Foods with your Hyatt Credit Card between August 14, 2017 to September 25, 2017.
Allow approximately 5-10 days to receive your statement credit, subject to card issuer’s timing and processing of statement credit.
Available at Whole Foods Market stores in the U.S. Purchases at stores not correctly classified as a Whole Foods location for credit processing will not qualify for this offer. Offer not available for online purchases or purchases made through Instacart.
Limit one offer redemption per card.
Hotel Rewards Credit Cards
|Intro APR for Purchases||Intro APR for Balance Transfers||Regular APR||Annual Fee||More Details|
|0% for up-to 15 months||0% for up-to 15 months||Up-to 29.99% Variable||$0-$450|
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