Last Chance to Save $20 off $50 at Whole Foods With Hyatt Card

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If you have a Hyatt Credit Card and haven’t already used the $20 statement credit you can get on a $50+ Whole Foods purchase, then make sure you bump that to the top of your to-do list for the weekend as the offer ends on September 25, 2017. You do need to firstĀ register your Hyatt Credit Card number and mobile number before you use the card to shop at any Whole Foods Market in the U.S.

Once you make your $50+ Whole Foods in-store purchase in a single transaction, you will likely receive a text confirming your purchase and the upcoming statement credit within minutes of checking out. 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.

Most Whole Foods stores sell gift cards such as Visa gift cards, Amazon, Best Buy, and more, so even if you don’t desire anything from Whole Foods specifically, this is an easy way to save money on a third-party gift card purchase. I have seen lots of successful reports of in-store gift card purchases working just fine for the purposes of this promotion. The terms do specifically prohibit online purchases or purchases made through Instacart, and I don’t see any real-life reports to the contrary. Given that, I have to assume that an online gift card purchase made at would not qualify for the statement credit, though I would love to hear if anyone has tested that for themselves.

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