Chase Offers for Hyatt Credit Cardholders


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Chase has announced that they’ll be offering some exclusive statement credit offers for those with the The Hyatt Credit Card – Learn More Here. Unlike American Express, which offer American Express offers for all their cardholders, Chase is offering these only to Hyatt Credit Cardholders. To take advantage of these, you must register and then login into Hyatt Credit Card Offers website.

Chase Offers for Hyatt Credit Cardholders

Chase Offers for Hyatt Credit Cardholders

It appears that the Hyatt Credit Card is a card that is struggling with consumers on engagement. Likely many cardholders signed up for the sign-up bonus, and keep it for the annual free night, however aren’t using it since it doesn’t offer any sort of lucrative earning, which is why Chase has been offering all these promotions for cardholders over the past year.

Hyatt recently has had some past where cardholders could save $20 Off $50 at Whole Foods for Hyatt Credit Cardmembers, as well as Save $30 Off $300 at Grocery Stores for Hyatt Credit Cardmembers, both exclusive to the Hyatt credit card.

Here are the full details of these news offers:

Beginning April 17 through July 31, 2018, cardmembers have the opportunity to earn statement credits for spending on their Hyatt Credit Card across multiple brands like Lowe’s, HelloFresh, and exhale, all done through a new Hyatt Credit Card Offers portal hosted by Visa.

In order to earn these rewards, cardmembers must register their Hyatt Credit Card number through the Hyatt Credit Card Offers website. Once cardmembers activate each merchant offer they are interested in, they can then use their registered card to make qualifying purchases that meet the terms of each offer.  A statement credit will automatically be applied to a cardmember’s Chase account within 10 business days after a qualifying purchase. Cardmembers must register, activate and make qualifying purchases by July 31, 2018 in order to earn statement credits.

Feel free to share your thoughts below on these new new Chase Offers for Hyatt Credit Cardholders. 

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Comments

  1. Amex offers more variety. I’m not able to use any of Hyatt offers in my area. The nearest Lowe’s is hours away. (Limited Hyatt offers).

  2. I must have signed up for one of these offers because a $30 credit appeared on my account in May. But the only money I spent on the card was $126 at a Hyatt hotel (probably snacks and drinks at the hotel bar) So… no idea where that came from.

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