Flash Sale: 20%+ Off Hyatt Gift Cards + 5X!



CardCash Flash Sale Hyatt

One of the best things about Hyatt as a chain has been the ability to obtain their gift cards at a discount in order to save on stays. Currently CardCash is offering Hyatt gift cards at 20%+ off of face value. (Most cards are 20% off, however some smaller cards are up to 21.3% off.)

Purchase Hyatt Gift Cards at CardCash

The cards are already discounted so no code is required. Additionally you should earn 5X Ultimate Rewards points if you pay with a Chase Ink/Plus card through PayPal.


  • Expires: 3/21/2017 at 2:00 PM EST.
  • All CardCash promotions are valid until the expiration date written on the email.
  • Most promotions are not yet available on the app.
  • Maximum $3,000 per customer.

Use Caution

CardCash only guarantees their cards for 45 days. Additionally I know a few people who have had Hyatt gift cards purchased from CardCash go bad. Thus I would only purchase these if you have an immediate use. Plan on using these cards within the 45 days. Using them as soon as possible is preferable.

Buy Hyatt Gift Cards at CardCash


Outside of the targeted Amex Offer late last year, this is the best discount we have seen on Hyatt gift cards in a while. (They ran a 19% off flash sale about a month ago.) While I strongly urge using caution, if you have an immediate use for Hyatt gift cards then this is a deal that is definitely worth looking at!

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  1. Shawn,

    It sounds like (and correct me if I’m wrong) that the hacked GC issues that people have experienced have been with CardCash e-cards. Have hard-physical ones been an issue? I’m looking to get some for a summer stay at a Hyatt property (not till July). While the discounted GCs are great, I mainly want to get 5x UR with my Ink card so looking for outlets where that can happen. Thanks

  2. I don’t understand why Hyatt hasn’t found a secure method for their egift “cards”

    We all know these are most likely “hot”

  3. Most likely fraudulent cards. I do not think anyone should be supporting the practice of buying cards that likely have been stolen from their rightful owners.

  4. We love Hyatt gift cards…but of course many people have read our tale of stolen & drained cards experience. (We got reimbursed at the end, but it was agony.)

    Buy ’em & burn ’em quick!

    Keep all transaction records & receipts


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