13.4% off Hyatt Gift Cards!

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UPDATE: Hyatt Place and Hyatt House are currently giving the highest discount. So check those ones out as they can still be used at any Hyatt hotel. As the higher percentage discounted gift cards sell out, the total percentage off will get slightly less.

Last week I wrote about an opportunity to get 12.5% off Hyatt gift cards. It seems like there was much success and interest from my Deals We Like readers so I reached out to Raise.com (the site that was offering the discounted gift cards) and asked if there were any more exclusive opportunities for Hyatt gift cards. To my surprise they were extremely interested in partnering and have offered an even better discount on Hyatt gift cards for the next few days. Currently, gift cards are pricing out as high as 8.9% off and by using the code DWL5 you can get an additional 5% off your purchase. This means you can ultimately purchase a Hyatt gift card for 13.4% off!!! This offer ends March 5, 2015 at 11:59pm CT. You can purchase a Hyatt gift card here.

For those new to Raise.com, it is essentially an online site where you can purchase gift cards to many merchants at a discount! Some other merchants include Lowes, Target, Home Depot, Dunkin Donuts, Best Buy, Toys R Us, TJ Maxx, Macy’s, etc. – there are a total of 904 merchants. This is the highest discount I’ve seen for gift card purchases at Raise.com thus far for Hyatt gift cards and even better than the Newegg.com offer from American Express that ended this past weekend.

Hyatt Gift CardGift card amounts range anywhere between $50 and $1,000 and the extra 5% off can be used for Hyatt, Hyatt Place, and Hyatt House gift cards – you can purchase a gift card to any of the three here. All three can be used at any Hyatt hotel in the U.S., Canada and the Caribbean regardless o the brand within the Hyatt umbrella, i.e., a Hyatt Place gift card can be used at a Hyatt Resort, Andaz, Hyatt House, etc. So find the gift card that offers the highest percentage off already.

Hyatt Gift CardSo if purchasing Hyatt gift cards at a discount if of interest I suggest moving fast – there are not too many available (at the current time 162 to be exact) and of course you’ll want to snag one with the biggest discount. Gift cards do not expire and once purchased they will be available in your Raise.com account within 24 hours where you can print them out.

One thing to point out. Using the coupon code DWL5 at checkout can only be used once per account. However, you are able to add as many gift cards as you’d like to your account during a single checkout process. If you are looking to buy multiple gift cards purchase them all together. You can purchase a Hyatt gift card here.

Also, while this is a good deal for those paying for an upcoming stay, you can also maximize if you are using points for a free night! As long as you put all hotel charges on your room (food, activities, etc.), you can pay for those incidentals at checkout with your gift card! For example, I have an upcoming stay at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek and I can purchase lift tickets at the hotel directly and have them billed to my room. This means I can use a discounted Hyatt gift card and earn points on the lift tickets.

Let me know if you have any questions and I am so excited to be able to personally bring you this opportunity to get a nice discount on a future stay!

Comments

    • Matt – Hyatt Gift Cards are not valid at our MGM Partner hotels, but can be used at the Hyatt Place Las Vegas.

      Jennifer (Dealswelike)- Thanks for the article. We are a strong partner of Raise, and happy to see they are extending this rich offer to your readers!

      Todd Tomlin
      Director – Hyatt Gift Cards

      • @Todd – Thanks for answering the question regarding MGM hotels. I am a big supporter of Hyatt so happy to help readers get an extra deal while staying at their hotels.

  1. FYI – I purchased a Chipotle gift card from Raise a month ago and went to use it a few weeks later. I was told at the restaurant that the card was completely empty (“closed”). It was pretty embarrassing and I’d spent $90 on it, so I was confused.

    I reached out to Raise and they did not apologize or explain what happened. They took a week to reply and have yet to send the refund check. They claim it’s happening but I have yet to get it, and am close to issuing a chargeback with my credit card company.

    Just a small warning. I’m sure this is rare, but I’ve bought gift cards (electronic and physical) from tons of these sites and never had an issue. This was my first Raise experience, and likely my last.

    • @Nicole – I am so sorry to hear about this disappointing experience. Please let me know if you are not able to get anywhere with Raise.com and I can see if I can put you in touch with my contact over there.

    • @Nathan – While you can absolutely use an Amex OPEN credit card as your form of payment, you will not receive anything additional because you are paying Raise.com directly and not Hyatt. So it will not trigger the statement credit as the perk of the Amex OPEN card.

  2. When using a gift card (they appear to actually be vouchers) do you have to use the entire value of the voucher in one stay? What if I buy a two $500 vouchers and my stay is $750. I use both vouchers. What happens to my remaining $250?

    • @Paul – I am getting an answer from Hyatt directly, but I do believe the remaining amount would stay on the gift card and be valid for a future stay.

    • @Paul – It works like any other regular gift card where the balance is tied to the gift card number until fully used.

  3. Sorry I missed out on the extra % off. I would have bought more for future trips if I had seen that! Anyway, will the eCard cover the state and county hotel taxes?

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