Free $50 Hyatt Promotional eGift Card With Purchase Of $500 Or More

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Hyatt is back with another Hyatt Promotional eGift Card offer. This time you can get a free $50 Hyatt promotional eGift card with the purchase of $500 or more. I love staying at Hyatt’s for the Hyatt Top Tier Diamond status benefits, but I love saving money on Hyatt stays just as much.

Free $50 Hyatt Promotional eGift Card

For a limited time from now through December 24, 2014 you can get a free $50 Hyatt Promotional eGift Card with purchase of $500 or more in Hyatt eGift cards.

  • Purchase eGift Card Here and make sure to use promotion code SANTA14 to get the promotional offer
  • Must purchase by 12/24/14 by 11:59 PM CST
  • Valid on eGift card purchases only


Free $50 Hyatt Promotional eGift Card

Save Additional 5% Off

The last time I purchased Hyatt eGift cards, I saved an additional 5% by using an American Express Business Card, like the Business Platinum Card® from American Express OPEN, which is part of the American Express Open card membership program. Eligible purchases at Hyatt qualify for a 5% statement credit. So just a few days after I purchased the full $2,000 gift cards at a 10% discount for a total of $1,800, I received a further 5% discount from American Express Open.

Hyatt Discount Up To 22% Plus $50 Back

If you have any of the other Business cards with access to the OPEN program make sure you use them with Hyatt for the 5% bonus including:

Terms And Conditions

Enter Promo Code SANTA14 when checking out The Hyatt Gift Card Secret Santa Promo is valid from 12-22-14 at 12:01 am CST to 12-24-14 at 11:59pm CST. Valid on Hyatt eGift Card purchases only, not physical plastic Hyatt Gift Cards. A $50 Hyatt Promotional eGift Card will be given for each $500 purchased. Not valid with any other promotion or offer.  Only one promo code allowed per order.

Bottom Line

Hyatt is back with another eGift card promotional offer where you can get a free $50 Hyatt Promotional eGift Card with the purchase of $500 or more. Hyatt eGift Cards make a great gift for a family member or friend.

In the past, I’ve used a similar promotion from Hyatt to purchase $2,000 eGift cards and used them to save $200 off 2 stays at Hyatt.

Did you use the last promotion like this and do you plan to use this promotion? Check out our additional articles related to Hyatt here.

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  1. @The Weekly Flyer, sorry I wasn’t clear. For those of us who don’t have an AMEX OPEN account, would you use any credit card, or does this purchase is considered a Hyatt spend and thus the Chase Hyatt card?

    Thank you! 🙂

  2. @SFOPhD

    Okay, so with the 10% off deal, you buy a $500 GC and get it for $450. Your Open savings would then be 5% of $450 or $22.50. Overall $422.50 for $500 GC or 84.5%.

    With the 10% extra eGC you spend $500 and get $550. Your Open savings would be 5% of $500 or $25.00. So overall $475 to get $550 or 86.4%. This is the worse of the two deals.

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