13% off Hyatt and 19% off 1-800-Flowers Gift Card Sale!

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For the next 36-hours or so (until end of day tomorrow May 7, 2015), you can purchase gift cards to Hyatt and 1-800-FLOWERS at a significant discount! This is through the gift card online resale site, Raise.com as they have extended another exclusive offer to Deals We Like readers. With this offer, you will receive an additional 5% off already discount gift cards to these two merchants. Make sure to use the code DWL5 at checkout to receive this extra savings!

Hyatt gift card deal:

Currently, gift cards are pricing out as high as 9% off, so with the additional 5% off, you can ultimately save about 13.55% on your next Hyatt stay! There are three types of Hyatt gift cards for purchase: Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, Hyatt House, and Hyatt Place. The great thing about this is that all of the gift cards can be used at any Hyatt property. For example, I recently purchase a Hyatt House gift card and used it at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek. You can also use as many gift cards as you desire as your form of payment. This means you are better off purchasing the gift card that has the highest discount to begin with. This will only work on reservations where you are paying at the time of check-out, not pre-paid stays or reservations booked through a third-party hotel site where your card is being charged immediately when making the reservation. Additionally, gift cards are only accepted at Hyatt hotels in the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean. Gift cards do not expire either!

Screen Shot 2015-05-06 at 2.39.56 PMAlso, if you are using points for your stay, you can use the gift card to pay for incidentals charged to your hotel room. For instance, at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek, I was able to purchase ski tickets at the hotel and have them put the charge on my room bill. Upon checkout, I was able to use my Hyatt gift cards to pay for my three days of skiing plus some beer purchased at the bar.

If you have any questions on these gift cards, feel free to comment below and I’ll be more than happy to help you. You can always reach out to the Hyatt gift card team as well if there are any issues.

You can purchase a Hyatt gift card here.

1-800-FLOWERS gift card deal:

Right in time for Mother’s Day, you can currently purchase gift cards to 1-800-FLOWERS at 15% off. When combined with the additional 5% savings this will allow you to purchase a gift card for as high as 19% off! That is a great deal for those looking to make a last minute purchase! Although keep in mind that gift cards can take up to 24 hours to hit your Raise.com account.

Screen Shot 2015-05-06 at 2.39.46 PMGift cards can be purchased through Raise.com for anywhere between $25 and $100. Also, when using a gift card, make sure to go through an online shopping portal first to earn additional cash back, points, or miles on your purchase! There are also a bunch of Groupon, Living Social, Amazon Local deals for flowers so make sure to search for the best price before purchasing the gift card.

You can purchase a 1-800-FLOWERS gift card here.

Overall… This 5% off code can only be used once per account, so make sure to purchase as many gift cards you’d like in a single transaction. Also, if you are new to Raise.com you can sign up here. Enjoy this extra savings!

Comments

  1. The thing I don’t like about Hyatt gift cards is that they’re only good for domestic (or North America) properties.

  2. These are listed as vouchers you can print. I don’t think that’s the same as gift cards.

    Can these be combined for payment on a single stay?

  3. I don’t think the 1800flowers is a great deal, as there is an 15 off 50 AX Sync deal out there.

    I guess if you were spending 100 or so, then you could buy a discounted 50 gc for part of the order, and then the rest on a registered AX card to get the Sync discount.

    As for the Hyatt deal, it’s a good deal. You just have to find a patient checkout agent who won’t mind entering each gc individually. It’s slightly annoying that each time I’ve used them, the agent says something like “I’ve never done this before…etc”

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