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Deal alert: Easy way to save 10% at many Hyatt hotels

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Deal alert: Easy way to save 10% at many Hyatt hotels

Brendan DorseyDeal alert: Easy way to save 10% at many Hyatt hotelsMillion Mile Secrets Team

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Hyatt is one of our favorite hotel brands due its incredible award program that allows for amazing redemptions at properties around the world. While we write often about the deals you can get at Hyatt with points, it’s less frequent that we see deals to save when using cash to stay at Hyatt hotels.

Hyatt Zilara in Cancun, Mexico. Photo by Joseph Hostetler / Million Mile Secrets.

Starting on November 29 and lasting through December 2, you can save 10% when purchasing Hyatt gift cards here and using the code WINTER19 during checkout, as reported by Frequent Miler. The discount will also be available from December 20-23.

The best part about this is that when using gift cards to cover the cost of the stay, it’ll be like you’re booking directly with the hotel, so you should still earn points and elite credits, as well as be able to enjoy perks you have from your Hyatt elite status.

Likely the most important thing to note about this deal is that you can’t redeem Hyatt gift cards at every Hyatt property. You’ll have to check here for the full list of properties that accept gift cards. It appears that it’s mostly hotels in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Caribbean, Central America, and South America. You’ll also have to use the gift card when checking out, as you can’t apply it to prepay a stay.

Unfortunately the purchases are not processed by Hyatt, so you won’t earn bonus points when using a travel credit card like Chase Sapphire Preferred Card or The World Of Hyatt Credit Card. You’re best off using a card that earns points on non-bonused spend, like the Chase Freedom Unlimited® or The Blue Business® Plus Credit Card from American Express.

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The World Of Hyatt Credit Card

The World Of Hyatt Credit Card

  • Earn 25,000 Bonus Points after you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. Plus, 25,000 Bonus Points after you spend $6,000 total within 6 months of account opening.
  • Free nights start at 5,000 points
  • Receive 1 free night at any Category 1-4 Hyatt hotel or resort after your Cardmember anniversary
  • Earn an extra free night at any Category 1-4 Hyatt hotel if you spend $15,000 during your cardmember anniversary year
  • Get automatic World of Hyatt Elite status and 5 qualifying night credits every year as long as your account is open
  • Earn 2 qualifying night credits towards tier status everytime you spend $5,000 on your card
  • Earn 9 points total for Hyatt stays - 4 Bonus Points per $1 spent at Hyatt hotels & 5 Base Points per $1 you can earn as a World of Hyatt member
  • Earn 2 Bonus Points per $1 spent at restaurants, on airlines tickets purchased directly from the airlines, on local transit and commuting and on fitness club and gym memberships

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Editorial Note: We're the Million Mile Secrets team. And we're proud of our content, opinions and analysis, and of our reader's comments. These haven’t been reviewed, approved or endorsed by any of the airlines, hotels, or credit card issuers which we often write about. And that’s just how we like it! :)

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