Chase Hyatt Cardholders: Earn a $250 Statement Credit on Miraval Resort Stays Through 2019
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Good news for any of y’all with The World Of Hyatt Credit Card looking to book a luxurious escape this year! Hyatt cardholders can get a $250 statement credit for spending $500 or more at any Miraval Resort through December 31, 2019.
There are currently only two Miraval Resort locations, one outside of Tuscon and the other in Austin. And a third resort is set to open in the Berkshires this spring. So this deal is likely only for those who want to make a concerted effort to visit one of these resorts for the unique experience. But saving something is better than nothing!
Here are the details of this deal.
Earn a Credit at Miraval With the Chase Hyatt Card
To earn the statement credit, you must make $500+ in charges with either the World of Hyatt Credit Card or the older version Hyatt Credit Card. There’s no registration required, but there’s a limit of one $250 credit during the promotion.
Each of the Miraval resorts is all-inclusive, meaning the nightly rate includes meals. But the resorts are focused on health and offer daily activities to improve the mind & body. So unlike most other all-inclusives, alcohol is NOT included in the nightly rate.
Both Jason and Keith have visited the Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa and both had outstanding experiences. Keith described the weekend he spent there with his wife as life-changing. And Jason said using Hyatt points for his stay was the best hotel points redemption he’s ever made!
I’d sure love to plan a trip there. Do you plan on taking advantage of this offer?
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