20% Points Back on Hyatt Award Stays!

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Update:   The Hyatt 20% Rebate promotion has expired.

Update:   According to Hyatt Concierge on Twitter, “As long as your stay dates are within the promotional period, you will earn the 20% point rebate.  You won’t need to rebook!”

Are you a Chase Hyatt cardholder?

If so, you can get 20% of your Hyatt points back on award stays you complete through July 31, 2015.  Just be sure to register by March 31, 2015.

20 Points Back On Hyatt Award Stays For Chase Hyatt Cardholders

Save 20% on Your Next Hyatt Award Stay!

I’ll show you how it works!

How to Get 20% of Your Hyatt Points Back

Link:   20% Hyatt Points Back Registration

Unfortunately, this offer is only open to Chase Hyatt card members with accounts in good standing as of January 31, 2015.

Step 1 – Register

Register for this promotion by March 31, 2015, to get your points back.

20 Points Back On Hyatt Award Stays For Chase Hyatt Cardholders

Enter Your Hyatt Number to Register

Step 2 – Redeem Your Hyatt Points

You’ll get 20% back on Hyatt points when you complete your award stay by July 31, 2015.

20 Points Back On Hyatt Award Stays For Chase Hyatt Cardholders

Pay 30,000 Hyatt Points for a Night at the Park Hyatt Milan and You’ll Get 6,000 Points Back! That’s Enough for a Free Night at Any Category 1 Hyatt Hotel!

Your stay can be booked entirely with points or you use Points + Cash.  You’ll also get 20% Hyatt points back when you redeem your points for:

  • Suite upgrades
  • Dining
  • Spa

Your points must be redeemed by July 31, 2015.  Hyatt points redeemed for Avis Car Rentals or transferred to airline partners do NOT qualify!

You can use points you’ve earned with your Chase Hyatt card or transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to Hyatt at a 1:1 ratio.  Cards that earn Chase Ultimate Rewards points include:

Personal CardsBusiness Cards
Chase Sapphire ReserveChase Ink Plus
Chase Sapphire PreferredChase Ink Bold (No Longer Available to New Applicants)
Chase FreedomChase Ink Cash
Chase Freedom Unlimited
Chase Sapphire (No Longer Available to New Applicants)
Note: Points earned from the Chase Freedom, Sapphire, and Ink Cash cards can only be transferred to travel partners if you also have a Chase Sapphire Preferred, Ink Plus, or Ink Bold card.

Step 3 – Get 20% Hyatt Points Back!

You should receive 20% of your Hyatt points returned to your account within 4 to 6 weeks after your stay.

Bottom Line

Chase Hyatt cardholders can get 20% of their Hyatt points back!  To get in on this deal just register by March 31, 2015, and complete your stay by July 31, 2015.

You can also get a 20% refund when you use your Hyatt points towards suite upgrades, dining, and spa services.

Hyatt has some wonderful hotels in great locations, so I love that they’re offering a discount!

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26 responses to “20% Points Back on Hyatt Award Stays!

  1. I just applied for this card 2 weeks ago…do you think that they will extend this offer to me if I call, or do you suggest a SM. Thanks

  2. I booked my stay before registering. Will I still qualify? (I am a Chase Hyatt cardholder and I booked my Hyatt award stay in January for an April vacation. But I haven’t yet registered for the promotion. Should I register then rebook?)

  3. Are existing points reservations eligible for this, or would I have to cancel and rebook after registering for this promotion? I’ve currently got 3 nights at the PH Paris and 3 nights at the Andaz Amsterdam that this would pay off big for.

  4. Seems to be targeted. I got “This Hyatt Gold Passport account number is not eligible to participate in this promotion.”

  5. I am a Hyatt cardholder in good standing and it says “This Hyatt Gold Passport account number is not eligible to participate in this promotion.”

  6. Same. I am a Hyatt cardholder and got “This Hyatt Gold Passport account number is not eligible to participate in this promotion.”

  7. I also booked a stay before registering. Do I need to cancel and rebook to get the points back?

  8. Only points redeemed between 2/17/2015 and 7/31/2015 will be eligible for this promotion. If a redemption is connected to a stay, the entire stay

  9. I was not targeted but went to the offer through your link AND WAS SUCCESSFUL (before 10 AM CST).

  10. I was able to register. Been on the phone canceling and rebooking all my reservations. Had a 100,000 point reservation in Cancun in June. 20,000 points back is huge. Thanks!

  11. I just sent an e-mail asking Hyatt if I need to rebook all my upcoming trips. I know the tweet says you don’t need to, but I’d like to have a personal written confirmation from Hyatt since the T&C still says otherwise. I have 125,000 points booked in upcoming stays, so 25K back is nice.

  12. @Darius: Thanks for the info! I registered as soon as you uploaded this post in the wee hours! Thankfully I was eligible and have 130,000 point stay in May! Thanks again!

  13. I was just able to register.. thanks for sharing!

  14. It says I am not eligible. Guess I am not “targeted”. Bummer. I am staying at a Hyatt this weekend and a rebate would be handy.

  15. I was able to register no problem. I clicked your link and entered my Hyatt number. I am a credit card holder.

    Unfortunately I can’t take advantage of it.

  16. Goodness, this puts me in a huge predicament. I need advice please! I have about 200,000 points worth of Hyatt stays booked between April and June. I registered for this promotion (I have a Chase Hyatt credit card) as soon as I read this, and was successful. Here’s the big problem:

    My girlfriend (domestic partner since she lives with me) is a Diamond and will be with me during all these stays. I transferred all these rooms over to her name to get the Diamond benefits. So what should I do now? Getting 40,000 Hyatt points back is nothing to sneeze at.

    I doubt adding my Hyatt GP number to her reservations will help me, to get the 20% points back I assume the Hyatt credit card owner needs to be the main name on the reservation. In that case, should I call Hyatt and have them transfer all of these award stays back over to my name (all 6 of them!), and just add my girlfriend’s GP number to the reservation to get the Diamond benefits as well??

    Any help would be appreciated. I hate the idea of losing 40,000 points just because my girlfriend and I wanted to enjoy her Diamond benefits.

  17. Yes, it’s targeted. In terms it also says, “The promotion is valid only for Hyatt Credit Cardmembers in good standing as of 1/31/2015 WHO RECEIVE this promotion from Hyatt…”

    I know sometimes there are workarounds, and I would highly suggest if you are planning Hyatt stays on points you call and ask if they can add you to the promo, especially if you have the Hyatt card and are in good standing.

    My wife got approved for the promo. Both of us each have a Hyatt card (3 years now). Both in good standing or so I thought. I got denied for the promo, “This Hyatt Gold Passport account number is not eligible to participate in this promotion.”

  18. I was just told by a Hyatt CSR that you do not need to rebook existing reservations to get the 25% bonus back.

  19. Everything I have searched for west coast seems to be unavailable to be booked using Hyatt Gold Passport points.
    Is there a way to search to book for suites directly?

  20. FYI – the first time i tried to register it said I was not eligible. But I tried again and it worked. The first time I cut and pasted the account number the second time I typed it in. Not sure if it makes a difference but I would keep trying or call and ask. I am going with what others said about not having to rebook and keeping fingers crossed for 85K back 😉

  21. Yes it makes a difference. Cut and paste doesn’t work.
    Got registered after typing in.
    Thanks Beechy.

  22. Cut and paste worked for me.

  23. Tried copy/paste and typing it in and neither works for me and I have the card in good standing. I REALLY wish I could register for this as I am using 160k points in the next couple of months.

  24. I called to register . Spoke to 2 Hyatt CSR , Both told me the promotion is only work if you register & BOOK before March 31 , and complete your stay before July 31. If I book after March 31 , I won’t get the 20% point back. Am I the only one hear this , I thought you can book and stay before July 31

  25. Thanks, Darius, I have a 100,000 point stay booked in Singapore coming up shortly. I registered for this promotion and they verified that I don’t have to rebook. You just saved me 20,000 Hyatt points!

  26. Regarding Ethan’s question, I called to ask his specific question. It is true that the booking has to be made by March 31.