Remember to Register for the Hyatt 10% Rebate Promotion TODAY!

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Last month Hyatt announced one of my favorite promotions where if you are a Hyatt credit card member and you redeem your points in the months of August or September, you’ll receive a 10% rebate back on your points. While this promotion doesn’t end till September 30th, the last day to register for this promotion is TODAY! So do not forget! Even if you do not think you’ll be redeeming your points at a Hyatt property within the next month, just register anyways. You never know when an unexpected stay will happen and hotel chains are usually not very accommodating with registering you for a promotion after the registration date ends.  


HYATT CREDIT CARD OFFER: Earn up to 60,000 bonus points – Earn 40,000 points after spending $3,000 within the first 3 months, plus an additional 20,000 points after spending $6,000 total on purchases within the first 6 months. Click here to get more details on this card and to compare to other hotel credit cards!


Some things to know about this promotion:

  • You must be a Hyatt credit card member to receive the rebate
  • You’ll receive the 10% rebate when using your points for a free night stay, Points + Cash stays, room upgrades, dining and spa services
  • Your must have a checkout date of September 30 to qualify
  • You’ll receive the points back within 6-8 weeks after your stay

If you are not currently a Hyatt credit card holder, you can still take advantage of this promotion! New applicants who are able to register by the August 31st date will qualify as well! You can learn more about the new Hyatt credit card 60,000 point offer and benefits in this prior blog post.

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