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This isn’t earth shattering, but Ebates (my referral link – feel free to share yours in the comments) has doubled their normal payouts to select “luxury” retailers. One of those retailers is Hyatt, so a double cash back payout means they have gone from 2% to 4% cash back on your Hyatt reservations made when clicking through ebates. This puts them at a higher cash back rate for Hyatt than TopCashBack who typically has a 3% cash back rate for Hyatt.
Since going through Ebates takes you right to the Hyatt.com site to make your reservation you still get elite status credit, earn points on the reservation, and have access to all the normal rates that you always do, you just get 4% cash back. I will add that with TopCashBack there have been some problems getting cash back on My Elite Rate reservations. I’m not sure if that same issue holds with Ebates or not. Since there is nothing to lose, I think it is worth a chance to go through one of these sites to make your reservation, and you might as well do that today to get 4% back via Ebates if you have some reservations you need to lock in.