Hyatt Credit Card Offers: Save Money With Select Retailers

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I’ve written in the past about Amex Offers, which is a program available on American Express cards that lets you earn bonus points and save money on purchases with select retailers. Earlier in the year we saw Chase trial something similar on select cards, though it ended up being discontinued on March 31, 2018.

It looks like a similar offer is now available on The Hyatt Credit Card. Specifically, cardmembers can earn statement credits for purchases with multiple brands through July 31, 2018.

In order to be eligible, cardmembers need to register for the Hyatt Credit Card Offers portal, which is hosted by Visa. Then members will need to activate the offers they’re interested in, and then they can use their card to make qualifying purchases. Statement credits will automatically be applied to accounts within 10 business days of a qualifying purchase.

Here are the eligible merchants as of now:

  • Cinemark
  • Etsy
  • exhale Spa
  • Harry’s
  • HelloFresh
  • Hulu
  • Lowe’s
  • NatureBox
  • Nectar
  • Stitch-Fix
  • StubHub
  • Wayfair

You can register at this link, though if you haven’t yet signed up you’ll need to create a separate log-in from your standard Chase or Hyatt log-in, as that won’t work on this website, which is hosted by Visa. To register you’ll need to provide your email address and also your 16 digit credit card number.

I’m happy to see something like this added a Chase credit card, though based on the first round of retailers, I can’t say that I’m terribly excited.

This isn’t a reason in and of itself to get The Hyatt Credit Card, though there are lots of other great reasons to consider doing so:

  • The card offers an anniversary free night certificate valid at any Category 1-4 property
  • You receive Discoverist status for as long as you have the card, and Explorist status when you spend $50,000 on the card in a calendar year
  • The card isn’t subjected to the 5/24 rule, so you can be approved even if you’re opened five or more new card accounts in the past 24 months

Do you plan to take advantage of any of the new Hyatt Credit Card Offers?

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  1. I think you’ve got these backwards?
    “You receive Explorist status for as long as you have the card, and Discoverist status when you spend $50,000 on the card in a calendar year”

  2. Chase trying to get the Hyatt card out of the drawer for everyday spend, but it’s not going to happen based on that list of retailers. I wish they could be more creative. For instance, a UR card with double points for medical/dental would be a keeper and would get all of that spend in my household.

  3. I pulled the card out for the $300 grocery and drugstore statement credit deal in Q1. The statement credit still hasn’t posted. Not impressed.

  4. @dlptatl – I’m with you, it took about 6 months for the card signup $50 statement credit to post for me. I doubt I’ll ever use the card for anything other than the free night…

  5. So with 50k spend on the Hyatt card I get Deplorist status for a year that doesnt even include breakfast…and with 75K on the Ritz or SPG (new premium) card I get Platinum for 2 years….let me think about what card will I use….

  6. FYI For anyone considering these offers, I tried to get the $5 off of $15 at Harrys (great blades, btw) and it never posted. Rather than moving on with my life I made the huge mistake of calling customer service where a supervisor told me that offers does not exist, nothing she can do etc. What a huge waste of time. YMMV but for now I’m sticking with Amex offers, Chase and Visa appear to have a looooong way to go before this program will offer any real value…

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