Save 10% At Hyatt With Chase Offers (Targeted)

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With Chase Offers you can save money for purchases with select retailers. These promotions are targeted, and you’ll see different bonuses on different card accounts.

There’s a great new offer for anyone who is planning a Hyatt stay in the next several weeks, which is nearly identical to a promotion we saw recently.

Save 10% at Hyatt with Chase Offers

There’s a new Chase Offers deal that can save you money when spending with Hyatt. Let me emphasize that:

  • These offers are targeted
  • Different accounts may see different versions of the same offer (including different percentage rebates)

The promotion I see on one of my cards offers 10% back at Hyatt:

  • This is valid for stays through January 7, 2021
  • In order to save 10% you need to spend at least $100, and you can get up to $25 cash back (correlating to $250 worth of spending, and that needs to all be in one transaction)
  • This promotion is valid at all domestic Hyatt brands, including Andaz, Grand Hyatt, Hyatt, Hyatt Centric, Hyatt House, Hyatt Place, Hyatt Regency, Park Hyatt and more

The ideal cards for these offers

Each Chase card may be targeted for a different Chase Offers deal, though in this case you’ll ideally see the offer on one of the following cards, based on the return they offer on hotel spending:

This can be combined with virtually any other promotion Hyatt is offering.

How to access Chase Offers

You can see Chase Offers either through Chase’s website or mobile app when logged into your account:

  • On the mobile app, click on your profile for a specific card, and scroll to the bottom
  • On the website, click on your profile for a specific card, and look at the bottom left of the page

Bottom line

This Chase Offers deal to save money on Hyatt stays is potentially useful. You can save 10% on up to $250 of spending, and most Hyatt brands are eligible for this, which is great. Ideally you’ll see this on a card that offers bonus points on hotel stays as well.

We’ve seen a similar promotion several times now, and I’ve been able to save money each time, so that’s great. As far as I’m concerned, it’s a pretty underrated credit card perk that’s easy to overlook.

Do you see this offer on one of your cards, and if so, do you plan on taking advantage of it?

(Tip of the hat to Frequent Miler)

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Comments
  1. I have this offer in the past but nothing showing on my four chase cards this morning. Hopefully it will load later.

  2. I have the offer, too. Yes, I’ve read the T&Cs and see it isn’t there, but anyone have any idea if Thompson Hotels work for this offer? I have a stay at the brand new Thompson Dallas coming up this week.

  3. I’ve already redeemed that offer twice in the last 2 months. The only new offer I currently have is 10% at IHG on my CSR.

  4. Like @Jetiquette, I’ve had it twice — on my Hyatt card and my Ink Preferred. And coupled with the Amex offer for fifty bucks off, it made for a nice staycation at an Unbound property this fall.

  5. No dice with my old school regular Sapphire. Honestly, Chase needs to step things up. Their offers are terrible when compared to AMEX’s. If they could somehow blend the value of Chase’s reward points with AMEX Offers they’d have something special.

    As it stands, the best offer I’ve ever gotten on my Chase was $35 max off an Alaska ticket purchase.

  6. Side note: Hyatt is really starting to bother me. Centric SF, Regency SF don’t offer globalist breakfast benefits anymore. Limited service properties figured out how to make grab and go feasible a long time ago. Why do the limited properties do so much better than supposed full service ones?

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