Get 10% of your Hyatt Points Back!

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Hyatt is offering a promotion where you’ll receive 10% of your points redeemed back into your account! While this is a great promotion for those looking to redeem points between June 1 and September 5, 2017, it is limited to only those who have the Hyatt credit card. The great thing about this offer is that both new and existing reservations are eligible.

I am glad to see them running this promotion for the 3rd year in a row. I personally took advantage of this offer the first time it was launched two and a half years ago and it motivated me to get the Hyatt credit card. At that time though, it was a 20% rebate, which was amazing! Now it has been cut in half to only a 10% rebate. I had an upcoming stay at the Hyatt Beaver Creek and was able to get 20,000 points back. This made me feel like my sign up bonus for the Hyatt card was really 2 free nights plus 20,000 points! You can learn more about the Hyatt credit card here.

You must register for this promotion by June 30, 2017 – even if you do not think you’ll have any Hyatt point reservations this summer, I still recommend registering just in case. After you complete your stay, the points will be deposited back to your account. For example, redeem 15,000 points, and you’ll receive 1,500 points back. This works on both stays booked all with points or Points + Cash. There is no cap on the number of points you can get back.

Thanks to Travel Codex for sharing this promotion!

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