New Promo: Hyatt Credit Card Can Save You $20 at Whole Foods!

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The Hyatt Credit Card is a very interesting rewards credit card in that I have it, I love it, I plan to keep it, but I hardly ever use it for charges. You can earn Hyatt points faster with Chase Ultimate Reward cards and then transfer those points into your Hyatt account than you can earn them with the Hyatt card itself. However, it has just a $75 annual fee, awards a Category 1-4 anniversary night each year that is worth more than $75 for me, and there are periodic promotions available only to Hyatt cardmembers that I have found very valuable.


For example, in each of the last several summers, those with the Hyatt card who register in time, have been eligible to get a percentage of their redeemed Hyatt points back. I’ve saved thousands and thousands of Hyatt points on award stays during those promos.

Getting 3,000 Hyatt points back for our 30k redemption at the Park Hyatt New York

Get a $20 Statement Credit for $50 in Purchases at Whole Foods

Now there is a new cool promotion for those with the Hyatt card in the form of a statement credit that is available for shopping at Whole Foods with the Hyatt Card. From August 14 to September 25, 2017, Hyatt Credit Cardmembers can use their card to shop at any Whole Foods Market in the U.S. can receive a $20 statement credit for spending $50 or more in a single purchase. In order to receive a statement credit, cardmembers must register their Hyatt Credit Card number and mobile number (to receive confirmation notifications about the offer) before making an eligible purchase at Whole Foods.

You are limited to one statement credit per Hyatt card account, but if you are your partner each have your own unique Hyatt card accounts then make sure to register both for the offer so you can get it twice in your household.

On the off-chance that there is nothing you or your family like to eat at Whole Foods, they do also have a very healthy gift card aisle.

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  1. Sorry, this offer is not available.

    This offer may have expired or been deactivated temporarily by the advertiser. We have many offers though, so please try another one.

    • I highly doubt it. Hyatt Corporate told me about the offer – they want it out there. It let me register just fine this morning, but if it is having a problem now, I bet it gets resolved.

      • “Hyatt Corporate told me about the offer… ”

        MP: Direct from Corporate? While you state you have no affiliation partnership with them, it seems Hyatt comes up almost weekly again and again with hotel facility and room photos included in your write-ups. Just my observation —

        • Queenie, I appreciate you reading and commenting, so call it late summer crankiness if you wish, but I am a little tired of the repetitive inquiries and comments about Hyatt from you. It is a distraction that I’m just not sure is needed. I’ve answered many times that I do not have not had a financial relationship with Hyatt. I get info from their communications/PR team, as do many others, and as I do from countless other companies. That is how the industry operates. It is up to me if I want to share the info, and in this case of course I did. If I ever do team up with them in some sponsored capacity I’ll be sure to clearly disclose that, but until then, I write about Hyatt related things that I find interesting or that I think others will find interesting, and since I stay at many of their properties on my own dime (or points), I share those reviews when I think they are interesting as well. As a warning, I am almost done with my review of a jr suite at the PH NY, so I recommend skipping that one if you are sick of Hyatt related posts.

  2. Thanks for this tip as I do purchase at Whole Foods.

    My question is with regards to the confirmation text. I have received nothing though the webpage said I was registered. I’m hesitant to shop before getting that notification. Wondering if others are getting an text confirmation of their registration.

        • Text did eventually come through about 90 minutes after registering both my husband’s and my account so I’ll have some Whole Foods shopping to do. Must remember to register both cards with Hawaiian Airlines as that way I will earn the Hawaiian miles as well.

          • did the text require any further action on your part? asking because I put landline in and won’t get a text. the confirmation email came, but text action would be a problem. Just updates, fine.

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