Save 10-15% At Hyatt With Chase Offers (Targeted)

Save 10-15% 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. We’ve seen this promotion several times before, though it has been a few months.

Save 10-15% 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, and the general terms are as follows:

  • This is valid for stays through February 14, 2022
  • You need to spend at least $100 to take advantage of the offer — the 10% version offers up to $25 back, while the 15% version offers up to $37 back, correlating to roughly $250 in spending (all of which needs to 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, Miraval, Hyatt Residence Club, Alila, Thompson, The Unbound Collection, Destination by Hyatt, JdV by Hyatt, and Park Hyatt

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, go to your account summary page, and you should see Chase Offers on the right

Bottom line

There’s a new Chase Offers deal that can save you money on Hyatt stays, and it’s potentially useful. You can save 10-15% 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?

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  1. VX_Flier Guest

    Q. If I already had reservations at Hyatt during this promotion, do I have to rebook them or will they be reflected. The promo is on the card I used to book the reservations.

    Thanks!

    1. Regis Guest

      No you don't. I checked out of a Hyatt Place today after a 4-night stay on a reservation I had made using an Amex. Five minutes before check out I opened my Chase app and enrolled my Hyatt Visa on the promotion (10% for me). I then told the front desk agent at check out I wanted to change my form of payment to my Hyatt Visa. I swiped the card and a few minutes later received an email from Chase congratulating me on using my 10% off offer.

  2. Hunter Guest

    I agree with several of the commenters. Amex offers are now, by and large, totally useless. Out of 100 listed right now on my accounts, not one is useful. (I did opt in to the Marriott one, previously. So that’s 1 out of 101 that was worth anything. Scrolling through the rest is a 100% waste of time.) The Chase “offers” are so hyper-targeted that I never receive anything even remotely useful, despite being a...

    I agree with several of the commenters. Amex offers are now, by and large, totally useless. Out of 100 listed right now on my accounts, not one is useful. (I did opt in to the Marriott one, previously. So that’s 1 out of 101 that was worth anything. Scrolling through the rest is a 100% waste of time.) The Chase “offers” are so hyper-targeted that I never receive anything even remotely useful, despite being a 30 year Chase credit card customer. Currently, I can save something like $2.00 on a disgusting, fat-ridden, life-destroying pizza from some New York stock exchange-listed profiteer chemical corporation that masquerades as a food provider and that is also no doubt a Chase commercial banking client. No thanks. These “offers” are now nothing more than “involvement” gimmicks invented by the behavioral psychologists at the marketing firms, designed to keep customers “engaged.” These so-called geniuses, who are actually overpaid idiots, are in fact alienating their clients’ best customers by putting out these worthless, phony, crap offers. I’m not even going to look at Chase’s offers any more. They are a complete insult to my good will, which has now been destroyed by them.

  3. Patrick D Guest

    It's nice to know that even you, who might have every single Chase card in existence, still gets absolute *crap* Chase offers. $25 off *max*? Seriously?

    I have an AMEX Everyday card with no annual fee, and they routinely give $50 off $250.

  4. Taylor Guest

    Unfortunately, checked all my Chase cards and wasn't targeted. I'm a Globalist, though I wonder if that had any influence.

    1. Regis Guest

      Probably not. I am a Globalist ltoo. Stayed 70+ nigjts in Hyatts last year and 20 some nigjts booked for Jan/Feb 2022 and receinved the promo (10%).

  5. Alex Z Guest

    @ Ben

    I don't see anywhere that you have to stay by Feb 14 as you mentioned. I think it's the book by date and not stay by

  6. Andrew Diamond

    Eh. Chase offers aren’t worth the time to look them up.

  7. SQ51 Guest

    You write many posts about Amex offers, a few about Chase offers, and none about Citi offers. Just out of curiousity, why is that?

    1. Chris Gold

      My guess is the Chase offers are typically extremely weak. One of the best ones I get is 5% savings at Starbucks up to a maximum of $2.50.

    2. SQ51 Guest

      this is true, chase has very weak offers, but I feel like citi sometimes has some good ones he never writes about

    3. Steve Diamond

      Amex offers are a complete joke now, no reputable business anymore and no real savings. Chase offers are great but its its $2-5 max savings.

    4. Andrew Diamond

      Generally agreed. I think maybe 1/100 is worthwhile. Sometimes I get spend bonuses through offers (2500 points for 5k spend, which I was going to do anyways.) The vast majority are high-margin fashion brands, noname brands or other goods I won't go out of my way to pursue.

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Regis Guest

Probably not. I am a Globalist ltoo. Stayed 70+ nigjts in Hyatts last year and 20 some nigjts booked for Jan/Feb 2022 and receinved the promo (10%).

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Regis Guest

No you don't. I checked out of a Hyatt Place today after a 4-night stay on a reservation I had made using an Amex. Five minutes before check out I opened my Chase app and enrolled my Hyatt Visa on the promotion (10% for me). I then told the front desk agent at check out I wanted to change my form of payment to my Hyatt Visa. I swiped the card and a few minutes later received an email from Chase congratulating me on using my 10% off offer.

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VX_Flier Guest

Q. If I already had reservations at Hyatt during this promotion, do I have to rebook them or will they be reflected. The promo is on the card I used to book the reservations. Thanks!

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