Save 15% Back on Your Next Hyatt Stay with Chase Offers!

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Chase Offers recently came out with a great way to save on your next Hyatt stay. When you spend at least $100 at a Hyatt, Grand Hyatt, Hyatt Regency, Hyatt Place, Hyatt House, Andaz, Hyatt Centric or Park Hyatt, you’ll receive 15% back as a statement credit, up to $38. This means a total bill of $253 will max out this offer for you. The charge must hit your account by April 30, 2019.

With all Chase Offers, you’ll need to sign into your Chase app and scroll down to the bottom where you’ll see “Chase Offers” for a particular card account. Once you click on on “See all offers”, you’ll be able to toggle between on your Chase credit cards that have access to the Chase Offers. Still at this point, even though it is has been months since Chase Offers were rolled out, I still do not have offers on all my accounts. You’ll need to search through all of your accounts to see if you are eligible for the Hyatt offer. If you do see it, make sure to click the “Add to card” text underneath the offer.

Just make sure to use your enrolled card during your next Hyatt stay. And remember, even if you use points for your stay, all incidental purchases that are put on your bill should qualify as well. This includes restaurant charges, room-service, activities at the property, etc.

I am personally extremely excited since my husband stays at Hyatt properties almost weekly now and will absolutely be able to maximize this savings!

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