13.2% off Hyatt Gift Cards!

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The gift card online resale site, Raise.com, has extended another exclusive offer to Deals We Like readers and is offering an additional 3% off already discounted Hyatt gift cards. Currently, gift cards are pricing out as high as 10.5% off, so by using code DWLSAVE3 you can purchase a Hyatt gift card for up to 13.2% off. If you have an upcoming Hyatt stay, then this is a great opportunity to stay at a Hyatt hotel for less! This offer lasts through July 22, 2015 at 11:59pm CST. You can purchase a Hyatt gift card here.

Screen Shot 2015-07-15 at 7.09.04 AMGift card amounts range anywhere between $50 and $1,00, although some of them also do not have as high of a percentage off. The additional 3% off is for Hyatt, Hyatt Place, and Hyatt House gift cards. 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. Search for the gift card with the highest percentage off. 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.

Screen Shot 2015-07-15 at 7.12.17 AMAlso, 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, back in February I stayed at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek and put everything on my room bill, including ski tickets! I was able to purchase discounted Hyatt gift cards through Raise.com prior to my stay and ultimately use it to pay my room bill which included drinks from the bar and lift tickets. At many hotels, excursions, in-room dining, onsite restaurants, the spa, resort fees, etc. can all be billed to your room. From my personal experience the process was extremely seamless. I just handed them the gift certificates at check out and they were applied to my bill.

This 3% off code can only be used once per account, so make sure to purchase as many gift cards you like in a single transaction. If you are new to Raise.com you can sign up here.

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  1. Raise is such a f*cking scam. Try sell a Southwest Gift Card on there. Or Starbucks. Or…. Seriously try it.

    • @Secretary Toaster – I’ve never sold a gift card on there, but have had great success with purchasing discounted gift cards.

      • They just make up rules as they go along and completely lack transparency. I tried to sell a Southwest Gift Card on there, for example. And then the next day I get an email that I says I need to contact them. I do, and they tell me that I need to wait 45 days before they’ll post it! Because for “transportation services” they hold the card for 45 like in escrow or something before they’ll post it. Because of course!
        Sh!t like that. It would be nice for them to state that up front, but nope.

  2. Now at 5% (TAKE5). I have a surprise wedding anniv 9/15 in HNL. I’m thinking of doing the GH Kauai. How safe is Raise for this?

    • @mommafrica – I do not see that Hyatt is on the list for the take5 promo.

      I’ve personally purchased gift cards on raise to use

  3. Can these Hyatt gift cards (vouchers) be used at MGM properties in Vegas? And are Hyatt points still earned when using one of these?

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