9% off Hyatt Gift Cards

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Through Raise.com you can purchase a Hyatt gift card for 9% off. This is increased from the normal 7% off discount, although not as good as the limited time offer they ran back in January were you could get close to 10% off. For those new to Raise.com, it is essentially an online site where you can purchase gift cards to many merchants at a discount!

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Gift card amounts range anywhere between $50 and $500, although some of them also do not have as high of a percentage off. If you do not find a 9% off discount available for a Hyatt gift card, also check Hyatt Place and Hyatt House. Regardless of the gift card you purchase, you can use them at all Hyatt hotels in the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean regardless of the brand underneath the Hyatt umbrella. Here is a list of hotels that accept eGift cards.

So if purchasing Hyatt gift cards at a discount is of interest I suggest moving fast. 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.

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 if 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.

If you are new to Raise.com you can sign up here. Additionally, through the end of February you can use the code RAISE75AF to get an additional $5 off a $75+ transaction.

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