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World of Hyatt Chase Offer
Chase has recently fully rolled out their new Chase Offers platform to cardholders. While the majority of offers aren’t very lucrative, a new targeted offer for World of Hyatt cardholders is quite good. Let’s take a look.
Stay at a Hyatt hotel in the U.S. and earn 20% back on your purchase when you spend between $100 and $255 with a $51 back maximum!
- Offer Expires 12/16/2018
- Offer must be added to your World of Hyatt card via the Chase app
- Payment for your completed stay must be made directly to Hyatt on or before offer expiration date
- Offer valid one time only on bookings made directly through Hyatt.com
- Not valid on third party purchases
To load this offer simply download the latest version of the Chase mobile app and login. You should see an offers section in the app. Scroll to your World of Hyatt card to see which offers you are targeted for on that card.
While this offer no doubt will work for hotel stays, many properties in the U.S. sell Hyatt gift cards. While it isn’t guaranteed, similar deals in the past have worked for Hyatt gift cards. This means you could possibly purchase a $255 Hyatt gift card and lock in that 20% savings for future stays even if you don’t have an immediate need for the offer.
While this offer is targeted, it is nice to see Chase rolling out enticing offers to their cardholders. As someone who uses his World of Hyatt card a lot, I wasn’t targeted, but I hope they decide to include me in future offers.
Did you receive this targeted World of Hyatt Chase Offer? Let us know in the comments!
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