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Get 10% of your points back with the Hyatt Credit Card summer promotion

by on Tue May 23, 2017 • No Comment


If you have a Hyatt Credit Card from Chase, there’s a new promotion that gets you 10% of your points back when you make a Hyatt redemption for a stay this summer.

  • Your stay has to be complete by 9/5/17 to be eligible
  • You only have until 6/30/17 to register online
  • Only points used for award stays at Hyatt hotels get the points back. Using your points for airline miles or a car rental won’t get you extra points back.

If you have some Ultimate Rewards points lying around, and want to transfer them to Hyatt to book a stay, that’s fine. As long as you have a Hyatt Credit Card and register for the promotion, you’ll be eligible to get the 10% points back for the Hyatt redemption.

Hyatt points aren’t always the most valuable use of Ultimate Rewards points, but there are some great deals if you’re smart about it.

The Andaz Savannah is going for $349 over Labor Day weekend, but you can book it for 15,000 points, getting you a solid 2.6 cents per point in value after the rebate.



Meanwhile the Park Hyatt Vendome in Paris is going for 649 Euros ($727) in July, or 30,000 points. With 3,000 points back for a net of 27,000 points, that’s also 2.6 cents per point in value.


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50,000 bonus points

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$0 introductory annual fee the first year, then $95

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