Up to 20% off Hyatt Gift Cards


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I’ve written about purchasing Hyatt gift cards through the gift card re-sale website Raise.com where you can purchase gift cards at a significant discount. In the past, we’ve seen Hyatt gift cards as high as 13.5% off! Well… the opportunity has appeared again, sorta, and this time you actually can purchase a gift card for as much as 20% off!

So here is the deal… Raise.com is currently selling Hyatt gift cards for 10% off. However, if you are a new customer, you can get $5 off a $25 or more purchase through June 21, 2015. The lowest denomination gift card available is $50. So if you are able to snag a $50 gift card that is originally discounted 10% and apply a $5 off coupon code, that means you are ultimately paying $40 for the $50 value – a 20% savings. The caveat is that not all gift cards are priced at 10% off, but currently as I am writing this post there are a handful available. If you are not able to purchase one at 10% off, there are still many others available at 9% off or more. So there is still a nice savings. The coupon code NEWRAISE25 is only available once per account, so unfortunately you cannot purchase $50 gift cards through multiple transactions and get the $5 off every time.

Screen Shot 2015-06-16 at 3.21.50 PMNow, if you want to purchase more than a $50 gift card (or you are not a new customer), the $5 off code will not provide as much as a percentage off savings, but you can still get up to 10% off as many Hyatt gift cards you desire. This is still a great value, although we have seen slightly higher in the past.

If you have an upcoming Hyatt stay, then this is a great opportunity to stay at a Hyatt hotel for less! I personally have purchased Hyatt gift cards through this site and find it very reputable. You can purchase Hyatt, Hyatt Place, and Hyatt House gift cards and they can be used at all Hyatt hotels in the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean regardless of the brand underneath the Hyatt umbrella. Just search for “Hyatt”, “Hyatt House” and “Hyatt Place” in the search field. For example, I purchased a Hyatt House gift card and redeemed it at a Park Hyatt. Therefore, I recommend searching for the gift card with the highest percentage off. Gift cards do not expire and once purchased they will be available in your Raise.com account within 24 hours where you can print them out.

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David
David
6 years ago

Anyone interested in Hyatt GCs should keep an eye on the various eBay offers…got 75 off 350, plus 5X points on Ink.

Sam
Sam
6 years ago
Reply to  David

@David- Which ebay seller was it that it ended up as 5X on Ink?

Thanks

David
David
6 years ago
Reply to  Sam

I think it’s PayPal Digital…but use the Gift Cards link on the ebay.com homepage, and look at the Travel section. They also have AA and SW giftcards.

Rich
Rich
6 years ago

Purchased a $50 Hyatt GC on Raise at 9.8% for $45.10 along with the promo code NEWRAISE25 and stacked it with a $5 registration rewards. Additionally, I used Simply Best Coupons for 2% cash back. Total transaction was $34.40 for a $50 Hyatt GC, which equates to a 31.2% savings.

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