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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.
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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