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We love staying at Hyatt hotels and resort properties all around the world. Not only do I receive the great benefits of Hyatt Diamond benefits like complimentary upgrades and free breakfast (Park Hyatt Buenos Aires, Park Hyatt Tokyo, Park Hyatt Sydney), but I can usually save 7% right off the top by using an easy 2 step process. In fact, I’ve used this approach twice already to book Hyatt Hotel stays in 2014 to save 7% right off the top not even including rate discounts and such.
In this post we’ll illustrate how you can save 7% off your Hyatt Hotel stays so you can put that money towards other things on your next vacation.
Save 5% At Hyatt By Using American Express Open Cards
The OPEN Savings® Benefit offers up to 4 additional Membership Rewards® points OR up to 10% discounts on eligible purchases with OPEN Savings partners when you use your Business Card from American Express OPEN. Members simply chose between points or discounts that vary by partner and spending. One of the best benefits for travel is the 5% cash back or 2 additional points offered with eligible
Some of the qualifying American Express Open cards include:
- Business Platinum Card® from American Express OPEN
- Gold Delta SkyMiles® Business Credit Card from American Express
- Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card from American Express
Terms and Conditions
Hyatt Hotels & Resorts®: Payment must be made with a Business Card from American Express OPEN. “Eligible” means the first $10,000 in spending per Card Account in a calendar year, including incidental charges charged to your room folio at time of check out, at participating Park Hyatt, Andaz, Grand Hyatt, Hyatt Regency and Hyatt hotel or resort locations within the U.S. This excludes charges relating to third party sales transactions (such as prepaid travel agent, wholesaler, on-line travel service, Internet access or similar transactions) not paid directly to the hotel. Hyatt Place, Hyatt House and Hyatt Residence Club locations do not participate in the OPEN Savings benefit.
Get 2% Cash Back At Hyatt By Using Ebates
Start your Hyatt hotel booking through Ebates for an easy 2% cash back! The promotional offer is good for the rest of the year so BOOKMARK THIS SITE to use anytime you make a Hyatt hotel booking this year for 2% cash back.
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For 7% savings at Hyatt hotels, make sure you book your Hyatt Hotel stays through Ebates for an easy 2% cash back and then pay for your Hyatt hotel stays on one of your eligible American Express OPEN cards like the Business Platinum Card® from American Express OPEN, Gold Delta SkyMiles® Business Credit Card from American Express, or the Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card from American Express among others.
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