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Earn $50 Statement credit with New Chase Hyatt Promotion
This is just a reminder that you can now earn the December credit. Go make some easy money!
Hyatt, Chase and Visa are launching a new promotion for credit cardmembers to take advantage of this season. You can earn up to $50 in statement credits with your Chase World of Hyatt card. Let’s check the details.
Beginning November 1 to November 30, 2018, Cardmembers who spend $500 across multiple purchases on Telecomm (internet, phone, cable services), shipping, movie theaters and grocery stores in the U.S. on their World of Hyatt Credit Card or Hyatt Credit Card can earn a $25 statement credit on their Chase account.
Furthermore, from December 1 to December 31, 2018, cardmembers can earn a second $25 statement credit for spending $500 in qualifying transactions of the same spend category on their World of Hyatt Credit Card or Hyatt Credit Card.
- Cardmembers must register for the promotion with their World of Hyatt Credit Card or Hyatt Credit Card between October 29 and November 30, 2018 and spend $500 in qualifying transactions each month in order to qualify for both statement credits.
- Only two $25 statement credits can be earned per cardmember within the promotion period (one in each month), and they will appear in their Chase account within 6 to 8 weeks after meeting the $500 spend threshold each month.
A good promotion that can easily earn you a $25 statement credit on top of the points you already earn from your cards. With grocery stores included, it should be an easy feat to spend $500 in a month.
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