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Now Available: 13 Shopping Offers Exclusively for the Hyatt Card

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Written by Charlie

Use your Hyatt card to take advantage of these 13 shopping deals for retailers that people use often. These deals are similar to Amex Offers but only available to customers who have the Chase Hyatt card! Check out the details!

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Amex Offers are a fantastic way to make your credit/charge card pay for itself with all of the statement credits and points that can be earned with selected retailers. Chase tried to compete against that a bit with their Chase offers but they halted them a couple of weeks ago.

Now Available: 13 Shopping Offers Exclusively for the Hyatt Card

Link: Chase Hyatt Card Offers Registration

Well, now they are back (sort of) and are available exclusively to the Chase Hyatt card. This shopping portal is available only through the end of July and only for Hyatt credit cards. While it would be nice if it were for more Chase cards, I am glad that Hyatt is working with Chase to provide something like this – especially since there are many familiar retailers on the list.

Register and Shop By July 31, 2018

Before you start, make sure that you register your Hyatt card at this website! Here is the current list of retailers. Hyatt also said that additional merchants may be added over the course of this portal period. The shopping portal period runs from April 15 – July 31.

  1. Boxed.com
  2. Cinemark
  3. Etsy
  4. exhale Spa
  5. Harry’s
  6. HelloFresh
  7. Hulu
  8. Lowe’s
  9. NatureBox
  10. Nectar
  11. Stitch-Fix
  12. StubHub
  13. Wayfair

Hyatt said that, typically, each offer can only be used once but to check each participating retailer’s terms on the Hyatt site. This is different from Amex Offers where you can save many offers to multiple cards. Since this is only available on the Hyatt card, you are restricted to that one card.

I am not sure if this is a trial period by Hyatt and Chase to see how well it encourages spending or if Chase will eventually roll this out to all Chase cards. In the meantime, I am happy to see many retailers on this list that Americans use on a regular basis.

 

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About the author

Charlie

Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

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