Cardholders of various Chase products might want to check their accounts as there are Chase Offers out for 10% on Hyatt purchases that is valid for the next two months through October 31st.
Chase offers have become more frequent and they reacted with those to the popular Amex offers which are still superior in frequency, choice and value.
Hyatt is a frequent merchant to pop up but there’s no real blue print on which cards these offers show up and who is targeted for them.
For example many who have the Hyatt credit card don’t have the current Hyatt 10% offer on their account while other card types such as the Chase Sapphire Reserve / Preferred see it available.
Here is the offer as currently available on my Sapphire Reserve:
Aside from a similar offer for IHG, I have the Hyatt one as well and added it to my list.
Unfortunately the offer is only valid for domestic (U.S.) Hyatt properties and most importantly it maxes out at $25 while requiring a minimum transaction sum of $100.
The conditions surrounding these Chase Offers make them really lackluster to say the lest.
- You have to be targeted
- You have to activate the offer
- You have to spend a minimum of $100 but the offer maxes out at $25 ($250 spend)
- Only U.S. domestic properties are eligible
All this for getting a maximum of $25 back, sure it’s better than nothing but at the same time it’s really not much more than nothing.
American Express is much more generous with their Amex Offers and if Chase is really trying to counter their promotions they have to do a lot better.
Are you taking advantage of these credit card offers regularly?
Chase card members with a variety of a card products *might* be eligible to activate this offer and save between $10-$25 when staying at domestic Hyatt properties and the transaction is charged until October 31st.
You could book a prepaid reservation or pay your bill while still at the property to activate this offer, just make sure you do it before the last date of this promotion. It’s a nice little extra but I wouldn’t jump through a hundred hoops to get it.