Get 20% Back On Hyatt Award Stays At 3 Brands For The Rest Of Summer

Hyatt consumer co-brand credit card customers can receive a 20% rebate on award nights for stays at 3 brands completed between July 11 and September 17, 2023. Registration is required by August 15, 2023.

The rebate covers free night awards, the points portion of cash and points, upgrade awards, and dining and spa redemptions at the following ‘Independent Collection’ brands:

  • JdV by Hyatt
  • Destination by Hyatt
  • The Unbound Collection

The Seabird Resort in Oceanside, California is a Destination By Hyatt Hotel

To be eligible your credit card account “must be open at the time of fulfillment.” That means if you do not have the card yet you may still be able to get it and take advantage of the offer, and also that if you close your account now future stays may not be eligible for the rebate.

The maximum rebate is 30,000 points per transaction and rebates can take up to 4 weeks to post but past experience suggests it will not take this long.

Each year, generally in the summer, Hyatt has offered co-brand cardmembers a rebate on points redemptions. 10% rebates have been most common, though in 2015 Hyatt offered nearly 5 months of a 20% rebate.

In 2021 they offered 25% but just at these 3 ‘independent’ brands. This year mirror’s last year’s offer, available only for 2 months.

Rebates are great but with hotels increasingly full, especially in the U.S., Hyatt’s annual offer with Chase is getting less and less valuable. Many of you will be able to benefit from it this summer, however.

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  1. Not on Business cards even though the enrollment page has a picture of both the personal and Business cards?

  2. If I did two back to back reservations, with the points taken out on separate days, do you think the 30k max would apply to each one? It says per transaction.

    I have a week in Florence in September, so this is great for me.

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