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Hyatt Amex Offer Maximizing
There are a ton of Amex Offers expiring at the end of this month and I thought I would share how I plan to maximize some of them. Yesterday I covered the Staples Amex Offer and today I’m going to talk Hyatt. As I covered back in October, many people were targeted with a Hyatt Amex Offer that expires at the end of December.
The offer is as follows:
Spend $200 or more and get $60 back as a statement credit. Good between today and 12/31/2016. Single use per card.
Per my original post, the terms do exclude the purchase of both eGift and physical gift cards, but thankfully there is some good news. A couple of readers have reported success when buying physical gift cards at the front desk of a Hyatt.
This weekend I am staying at a Hyatt hotel. I am planning to bring all of my Amex cards which have the offer and will purchase $200 Hyatt gift cards at the front desk. If this works, then I will be locking in an amazing 30% discount on future Hyatt stays. I also believe Hyatt gift cards purchased directly should be more fraud proof. Either way I’ll keep receipts in case I have any issues later.
If you have this very lucrative offer on your cards, then don’t forget to use it before the end of the year. While I have not personally tried buying gift cards during this offer (I have successfully done it with previous offers), several readers have had success and I do believe it will work. For me it is definitely worth a try given the overall discount!
Do you have any data points to share? Let us know in the comments!
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