12.7% off Hyatt Gift Cards

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A few days ago I wrote about an opportunity to get close to 20% off a Hyatt gift card. While this was (and still is!) a great deal, it is really limited to just a $50 gift card to fully maximize the percentage off savings. If you are looking to purchase a bulk of Hyatt gift cards, however, a new opportunity came about today where you can receive a flat 12.7% off all Hyatt gift cards you purchase! This is actually similar to the deal I wrote about earlier today regarding Southwest Airline gift cards. The gift card resale site, Raise.com, is offering an additional 3% off their already discounted gift cards for ALL merchants. This is a one day only sale and the code is only valid once per account (although the transaction can include as many gift cards as you so desire).

Currently, gift cards are pricing out at 10% off off and by using the code RAISEAF3 you can get an additional 3% off your purchase. This means you can ultimately purchase a Hyatt gift card for 12.7% off!!! This is not the best offer we’ve seen thus far from raise (I believe 14.5% off has been the highest offer), but is still pretty good, especially if you are looking to stay at a Hyatt hotel in the near future. You can purchase a Hyatt gift card here.

Hyatt Gift CardGift card amounts range anywhere between $50 and $1,000 and the extra 3% 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.

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 bought ski tickets at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek resort directly and had them put the charges directly on my bill. I then paid for my bill with these Hyatt gift cards so save a decent amount on skiing!

Let me know if you have any questions. I’ve personally used these gift cards before with great success and I know many other readers have as well. Gift cards do not expire and will be available in your Raise.com account within 24 hours. If you are new to Raise.com you can sign up here. Enjoy!

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  1. Do you ever see the paper certificates on sale? From what I understand, they work overseas. Ideally, you could use a discounted gc with points + cash and a diamond suite upgrade.

  2. I take it you don’t get the extra 5% off using an AMEX card? You may possibly get an extra 2% back if shopping through the Top Cashback portal.

  3. Can these vouchers be resold ? It appears that it’s difficult to re-sell Hyatt vouchers & I don’t see physical Hyatt cards on the raise.com site. Thx!

  4. All of those say “voucher” next to them. I did purchase one, but I’m confused as to what I have: do I have a gift cert/voucher, or do I have a voucher to take to a Hyatt to obtain the actual GC?

    • @Aleks – When you check out of the hotel, you use them as a form of payment. It is a paper voucher but acts just like a gift card. They cannot be used on pre-paid reservations.

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