Save $250 at Hyatt’s Miraval Resorts

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Miraval Resorts discount

Save $250 at Hyatt’s Miraval Resorts

All Hyatt cardholders have an offer to save $250 at Miraval Resorts. Let’s check the details.

The Offer

Discover a rewarding, one-of-a-kind wellbeing experience, designed around your intentions, at Miraval Resorts. As a World of Hyatt or Hyatt Credit Cardmember, your next retreat can be even more rewarding with an exclusive cardmember offer. You can receive a $250 statement credit if you spend $500 or more directly with Miraval Resorts by December 31, 2019.

Key Terms

  • This offer is only valid for Hyatt Credit Cardmembers and World of Hyatt Credit Cardmembers.
  • This offer only applies to Qualifying Transactions made with your Hyatt Credit Card or your World of Hyatt Credit Card during the promotional period (1/15/2019 – 12/31/2019) totaling $500 or more directly with Miraval Resorts.
  • To qualify, transactions must be identified as qualifying transactions on Visa’s proprietary network (VisaNet).
  • “Qualifying Transactions” are purchases of goods and services made by you or any authorized user on your account, and do not include balance transfers, cash advances, cash-like charges such as travelers checks, foreign currency, and money orders, and checks that access your account, overdraft advances, interest, unauthorized or fraudulent charges, or fees of any kind, including an annual fee, if applicable.
  • Offer not valid for gift card purchases or purchases made online or through third-parties.
  • Please allow 6-8 weeks after qualifying purchases post to your account for statement credit to post to your account.
  • Maximum statement credit accumulation during the promotional period is $250.

Conclusion

We’ve seen Hyatt promotions in the past for Miraval Resorts. If you had your eye on this property, then this $250 discount should come in handy. The Miraval gets great reviews on Tripadvisor.  If you need to unplug and relax, this looks like a good spot. You have the whole year to use this offer.

Did you have your eye on a stay here? Does this sale make you more likely to book it? Let us know!

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Got targeted at all 3 WofH cards I manage but not on the basic Hyatt card my wife has… no email. I was hoping it was for all Hyatt cards… I’ve stayed at this resort twice as as a globalist, a waved resort fee is huge and offers like this helps. Last time it was a combination of cyber monday sale and Amex offer.. had to pay using 4-5 different cards.
    I wouldn’t do it again for the regular rate even resort fee is waved but with 3x$250 savings, I might go for 3rd… just need someone to watch our kids… LOL.

  2. I got on my WOH card but my gf didnt w the regular card.

    Will def use & am super excited about a 50% discount! Like we don’t have to register for, too.

    Now if they will only come out with a good points promo for Austin I am there!!

  3. I was targeted, but won’t be using it. I don’t find good value spending thousands in accommodation costs. I’m more interested in the destination, although I like luxury accommodations, but $500 to $600/night is tops for me when it comes to per night costs during vacation. This place is way more than that, so no go for me.

  4. I was intrigued until I actually tried to book a stay and the cheapest night I could find (weekdays in February) was $842/night. So a $250 rebate would pay for just the resort fee and taxes on the stay.

    • It is a very expensive property. They have points deals on it during the off season sometimes so many people jump at those opportunities.

  5. I looked everywhere in my account to see if I was targeted. I couldn’t find it. I checked my e-mail and the offer showed up to my surprise.

    • Hyatt actually reached out to me and confirmed that all card holders are eligible for the offer. I have updated the post.

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