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If you have a Hyatt Credit Card, you might be able to take part in a very cool promotion that will give you 20% of your redeemed points back for stays completed by July 31, 2015!
A couple of other credit cards such as some American Airlines cards and the IHG® Rewards Club Select Credit Card give 10% of redeemed miles/points back as a standard perk on the card, but I’m thrilled to see Hyatt doing this, even if it is a one-shot event for some cardholders. If you want to get the Hyatt card, the best offer usually pops up with a statement credit while you are trying to make a reservation on the Hyatt website.
The terms say that the promotion is valid only for Hyatt Credit cardmembers in good standing as of 1/31/2015 who receive this promotion from Hyatt and register for the promotion between 2/17/2015 and 3/31/2015. I don’t currently have the Hyatt card so can’t try registering, but that reads to me that perhaps not every account is included in this offer.
How to Get 20% of Your Redeemed Hyatt Points Back:
- To get 20% of your redeemed points back, you need to register for the promo before March 31, 2015.
- Book a stay with Hyatt Gold Passport points and complete the stay by July 31, 2015. If a portion of your stay occurs after July 31st, I would book that part separately. Remember you can supplement your Hyatt account balance with transfers in from Chase Ultimate Rewards.
- 20% of your points redeemed will be deposited back into your Hyatt Gold Passport account within 4-6 weeks of your stay. Points redeemed for free nights, points + cash nights, room upgrades, and dining & spa awards all count. Points redeemed for Avis car rentals or transferred to airline partners do not count.
If you redeemed 100,000 Hyatt Gold Passport points for four nights at the Grand Hyatt Kauai this summer, that means that you would get 20,000 of those points back if you qualify for this offer. I value those 20,000 points at around $300, s0 this promotion has the potential to be extremely valuable for cardholders!
If you have a Hyatt Visa, were you able to register? Do you plan to take advantage of this offer?