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[Expired] 20% Points Rebate for World of Hyatt Credit Cardholders This Summer

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If you’re a fan of Hyatt hotels, The World of Hyatt Credit Card is one you probably already have in your wallet since it offers great perks (such as a Category 1 to 4 certificate each year) for a reasonable annual fee.

Now World of Hyatt cardholders can save on stays at Hyatt’s Independent Collection hotels this summer.

Here are all of the details of this new promotion.

World of Hyatt Cardholders Save on Independent Collection Hotels

Anyone who holds the World of Hyatt card or the World of Hyatt Business Credit Card can save points on select hotel stays this summer. From July 11, 2023, through September 17, 2023, cardholders will receive a 20% points rebate (awarded as bonus points) at Independent Collection hotels.

Independent Collection Hotels include 3 popular brands:

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This new Hyatt promotion applies to stays booked with World of Hyatt points including Points + Cash stays as well as any room upgrades, dining, or spa services paid for with points.

Registration is required from July 11, 2023, through August 15, 2023, to earn the 20% points rebate. Even if you don’t have plans to stay at a Hyatt Independent Collection hotel during the promotion period, it’s always a good idea to register just in case since plans can always change.

You can earn a maximum of 30,000 bonus points per transaction during this promotion.

Bottom Line:

World of Hyatt cardholders can get a 20% points rebate on stays at Hyatt’s Independent Collection brands from July 11, 2023, through September 17, 2023. Registration is required by August 15, 2023.

World of Hyatt Card Benefits

If you enjoy staying at Hyatt hotels, you may want to consider adding the World of Hyatt card to your wallet. In addition to this new promotion, it comes with some nice benefits for a low annual fee:

  • Up to 9 points total for Hyatt stays: 4 Bonus Points per $1 spent at Hyatt hotels and 5 Base Points per $1 from Hyatt as a World of Hyatt member
  • Category 1-4 free night certificate each year after renewal
  • Automatic Discoverist status
  • 5 elite night credits each year

Business owners may want to consider the World of Hyatt Business card which comes with benefits including a $100 Hyatt credit and the ability to earn 5 elite night credits for every $10,000 spent.

Final Thoughts

It’s always great to have the opportunity to save some points on your summer travel. If you still haven’t decided on a hotel for an upcoming trip, it may be wo

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