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Targeted: Get 10% or 15% back on Hyatt stays (Chase offers)

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Chase has been running numerous offers for Hyatt stays over the past year, but despite the fact that I hold card_name (which Chase issues), I’ve been overlooked on most occasions. This time around things are different (finally!) and I’m currently seeing two good Hyatt offers on two separate Chase cards.

The offers

For me, Chase Hyatt offers are like buses. You wait for what seems like an eternity for one to turn up and then two turn up at once.

Right now, card_name is offering me 10% back at domestic Hyatt brands through 31 October when I spend $100 or more (the rebate is capped at $25)…

a screenshot of a hotel….while, a little more surprisingly, my card_name is offering me 15% back on the same spending with the rebate capped at $38.

a screenshot of a hotel

The full terms of the offers are identical (except for the percentage rebate and the maximum rebate available), and they read like this:

“Offer expires 10/31/2021. Offer valid one time only. Payment must be made directly with the merchant. Offer not valid on third-party travel services. Complete payment for your stay must be made by 10/31/2021. Offer valid at domestic properties of Andaz, Grand Hyatt, Hyatt, Hyatt Centric, Hyatt House, Hyatt Place, Hyatt Regency, Miraval, Hyatt Residence Club, Alila, Thompson, The Unbound Collection, Destination by Hyatt, JdV by Hyatt and Park Hyatt. Offer subject to availability. Please see website for details.”

Essentially, all of Hyatt’s brands in the US are participating in this offer but bookings at SLH properties will not trigger the rebate.


The only other time that Chase has targeted me for a Hyatt offer, I received the offer on card_name so the fact that I’m currently seeing a 10% offer on that card isn’t a total surprise. What *is* a very big surprise is the fact that Chase has decided to give me an even better offer on my card_name as that’s a card that almost never gets targeted for anything useful at all (if I see one more offer for Walmart Groceries I think I’ll scream).

The good news here is that if I’ve been targeted for these offers it’s probably safe to assume that a lot of other Chase cardholders have been targeted for these offers as well, and based on the cards that I’m seeing these offers targeted to, the discounts should be stackable with a nice points haul.

Ideally, you’ll open up your Chase online account and find a 15% offer targeted to card_name (which will earn you 4 WoH points/dollar on all Hyatt spending), but either offer targeted to any of these cards should see you do well:

  • card_name (3 Ultimate Rewards Points/dollar)
  • card_name (3 Ultimate Rewards Points/dollar)*
  • card_name (2 Ultimate Rewards Points/dollar)

*This card earns 3 points/dollar on the first $150,000 spent in combined purchases on travel, shipping purchases, Internet, cable, and phone services, and on advertising purchases made with social media sites and search engines each account anniversary year.

Don’t forget that the rebates on offer are capped, so if you’ve been targeted for the 10% offer you only need to spend $250 to max out the rebate, and if you’ve been targeted for the 15% offer you only need to spend $253 before you hit the rebate limit.

Personally, I don’t have any plans to stay at a Hyatt property before this promotion ends (I’m too busy trying to use up all my Marriott certificates before they expire) but as there doesn’t appear to be anything in the terms and conditions that states that only room bookings/charges will qualify for the rebate, I plan to walk into a convenient Hyatt property and buy a gift card with each of my targeted cards – the gift cards will never expire and I’ll have plenty of opportunities to use them in the future.

Bottom line

Chase is targeting holders of various cards (both personal and business) with offers for discounts on spending made directly with Hyatt through 31 October 2021. The two offers that I’ve seen (and have been targeted for) are for discounts of 10% and 15% with the rebates capped at $25 and $38 respectively.

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