Save 10% to 15% at Hyatt With New Chase Offers [Targeted]

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Here’s some good news for Hyatt loyalists: new Chase Offers are now available for select cardholders to activate. These offers appear to be targeted, so you’ll want to check each of your cards to see if you’re eligible.

Let’s take a look at the details.

Offer Details

If targeted for this offer, you can earn cash-back when you spend at least $100 at a Hyatt property.

Reported discounts vary from 10% to 15%. The offer is valid through October 31, 2021, and your purchase must be over $100 to qualify. You’ll receive a maximum of $25 if you’re targeted for the 10% offer or $37 if you’re targeted for the 15% offer.

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As we mentioned above, this offer is targeted to certain credit cards; we’ve seen it on the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, though you may also see it on the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card or The World of Hyatt Credit Card.

Of course, the best-case scenario would be to see this on your World of Hyatt card, since it also offers 4x bonus points per $1 spent at Hyatt hotels. Otherwise, you can expect to receive 3x bonus points per $1 spent on your Chase Sapphire Reserve card or 2x bonus points per $1 spent on your Chase Sapphire Preferred card.

All of Hyatt’s brands qualify for this offer, including:

  • Alila
  • Andaz
  • Destination by Hyatt
  • Grand Hyatt
  • Hyatt
  • Hyatt Centric
  • Hyatt House
  • Hyatt Place
  • Hyatt Regency
  • Hyatt Residence Club
  • JdV by Hyatt
  • Miraval
  • Park Hyatt
  • Thompson
  • The Unbound Collection

Finally, this offer is valid for domestic properties only — which means your aspirational stay at the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme doesn’t qualify, unfortunately.

Hot Tip: To learn more about how to find your Chase Offers and maximize them to save money, our helpful guide walks you through the process step-by-step.

Final Thoughts

Although we hear a lot about Amex Offers, not much is usually said about Chase’s competing Chase Offers. This is a pretty decent deal from Chase, and especially lucrative if you’ve been targeted on your World of Hyatt card.

Otherwise, both of the Chase Sapphire cards are good alternatives. Earning Chase Ultimate Rewards is nearly as good as earning Hyatt points directly, thanks to the generous 1:1 transfer ratio from Chase to Hyatt, allowing you to add to your World of Hyatt balance easily.

While the maximum cash-back you can receive is $37 — and you’ve got to spend more than $100 in the first place — it’s still nice to see Chase coming out with a very usable offer.

So who wants to split a night at the Park Hyatt New York?

Carissa Rawson

About Carissa Rawson

Carissa is a native Californian whose taste for travel began during her seven years in the US Air Force. A former Arabic translator, her first serious journey overseas was to Jordan, where a six month deployment taught her a lot about people and a little about award travel. What started as a curiosity quickly became an obsession, and soon she had launched her own website teaching others how to travel for free.

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