Have the Hyatt Card? Get 10% Back When Redeeming Points!

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Good news for folks with the Chase Hyatt card!

Through October 31, 2016, Chase Hyatt cardholders will get 10% of their points back when redeeming Hyatt points for free nights, upgrades, and more at ANY Hyatt hotel.

You must register by August 31, 2016, to qualify.

I’d recommend signing-up even if you don’t have any Hyatt stays planned, because it only takes a few minutes.  And it’s an easy way to earn bonus points!

Have The Hyatt Card Get 10 Back When Redeeming Points

Get 10% Back When You Redeem Your Hyatt Points for Stays at Hotels Like the Beautiful Hyatt Andaz Maui

Emily and I don’t earn a commission for the Hyatt card, but well always tell you about the best deals!

I’ll explain the details of the promotion and show you how to earn more Hyatt points for free nights.

Chase Hyatt Promotion

Link:  10% points back promotion

Starting today, Chase Hyatt cardholders can register to earn 10% points back when you redeem Hyatt points for free nights, suite upgrades, points & cash reservations, and spa & dining purchases, at any Hyatt hotel around the world.

Use the link above or look for an email from Hyatt with a personalized link.

The offer is valid through October 31, 2016.  And you must register by August 31, 2016, to qualify.

The bonus points should show up in your Hyatt account within 6 to 8 weeks after completing a qualified purchase.

More About the Chase Hyatt Card

Link:   Chase Hyatt

With the Chase Hyatt card, you’ll earn 2 free nights at ANY Hyatt worldwide after spending $1,000 on purchases in the first 3 months of opening your account.

This includes top-tier luxury hotels like the Park Hyatt Vendome Paris where Emily and I stayed.

Plus, you’ll earn 5,000 bonus Hyatt points when you add an authorized user and make a purchase within the first 3 months.

You can easily save over $1,000 on 2 nights at expensive hotels.  And you’ll get a free night certificate each year you’re a cardmember for a stay at a Hyatt Category 1 through 4 hotel.  And free Platinum status too!

The $75 annual fee is waived for the first year.  Here’s my review of the Hyatt credit card.

Just remember, Chase now has stricter approval rules.  So if you’ve opened ~5 or more credit cards from any bank (excluding certain business cards) in the past 24 months, it’s unlikely you’ll be approved for most Chase cards.

Need More Hyatt Points?

Don’t forget, you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to Hyatt for Big Travel with Small Money at fantastic Hyatt hotels around the world.

Like Emily and I did when we visited Italy and stayed at the Park Hyatt Milan.

Have The Hyatt Card Get 10 Back When Redeeming Points

Emily Outside the Park Hyatt Milan

Chase Ultimate Rewards is my favorite award program because it’s so flexible.  And you’ve got lots of options when you transfer points to airline and hotel partners.

You can earn Chase Ultimate Rewards with cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred, Ink Plus, and Ink Bold (no longer available).

And having 1 of those 3 cards allows you to transfer points you earn from the Chase Freedom, Freedom Unlimited, and Ink Cash.

Bottom Line

Chase Hyatt cardholders can register to earn 10% back when they use Hyatt points for things like free nights, suite upgrades, and spa & dining purchases at any Hyatt hotel.

This promotion is good through October 31, 2016.  And cardholders must register by August 31, 2016, to qualify.

Even if you don’t have a Hyatt stay planned, I’d suggested signing-up.  Because it’s an easy way to earn bonus points, and you never know when a travel opportunity might come up! 😉

Emily and I don’t earn a commission for this card.  But we’ll always tell you the best deals, because we want y’all to save money!

Don’t forget, if you need more Hyatt points for your trip, you could transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points from cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred or Ink Plus.

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4 responses to “Have the Hyatt Card? Get 10% Back When Redeeming Points!

  1. any idea if the promotion applies to points spent in a point+cash booking?

  2. This is fantastic! Thank you for alerting us. I have a few existing award bookings, and the fine print says the deal only applies to bookings made after registration. It’s free to cancel and rebook (assuming there is availability), so this wrinkle is a bit of a nuisance, but still worth a lot of points!

  3. @Bruce – Yes, the promotion applies to points spent in a point+cash booking.

  4. FYI that if you do a Guest of Honor reservation as a Diamond member (where you use points to book for a family member so they can get Diamond privileges for the stay) Hyatt Concierge told me via Twitter DM that this promotion will not apply. When it’s a Cat 6 hotel that rather stings.

    Not very happy…basically if you use a Diamond benefit (Guest of Honor) it cancels out this offer. It devalues this offer….or the Diamond program….or both. 😉