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TravelStar Nov 24, 19 10:14 am

10% Discount on Hyatt Gift Card Purchases
 
Just received this offer. I haven't seen Hyatt selling gift cards at a discount in quite some time!

Receive 10% off the face value when you purchase a Hyatt Gift Card this holiday season from November 29, 2019 through December 2, 2019 and from December 20, 2019 through December 23, 2019. Must use offer code: WINTER19

Maui4me1 Nov 24, 19 10:39 am


Originally Posted by TravelStar (Post 31771845)
Just received this offer. I haven't seen Hyatt selling gift cards at a discount in quite some time!

Receive 10% off the face value when you purchase a Hyatt Gift Card this holiday season from November 29, 2019 through December 2, 2019 and from December 20, 2019 through December 23, 2019. Must use offer code: WINTER19

Was the offer send via email?

TravelStar Nov 24, 19 10:43 am


Originally Posted by Maui4me1 (Post 31771912)
Was the offer send via email?

Yes. It was an email I received about an hour ago.

navatwal Nov 24, 19 4:06 pm

I am considering purchasing, does this purchase process as Hyatt so that I can use my Hyatt credit card for bonus points?

Also is there a cap on the discount

TravelStar Nov 24, 19 5:19 pm

Here's the offer. No details were included
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josephstern Nov 24, 19 5:24 pm

What site does this go to?

On buyatab.com, I don't see a place to enter the offer code.

TravelStar Nov 24, 19 5:43 pm

It goes to a Buyatab page on the Hyatt website. If you go to the Hyatt homepage, click on "gift cards" near the bottom right of the homepage.

Maybe the offer box comes up on 11/29?

josephstern Nov 24, 19 6:11 pm


Originally Posted by TravelStar (Post 31773028)
It goes to a Buyatab page on the Hyatt website. If you go to the Hyatt homepage, click on "gift cards" near the bottom right of the homepage.

Maybe the offer box comes up on 11/29?

I guess. Then disappears then comes back.

It's true that I get derailed on any checkout attempt once I see a coupon box, so if you have no active coupons, better to have no box.

TravelStar Nov 24, 19 7:10 pm

Not sure if I'm tracking with you.....The offer for 10% off is only valid 11/29 to 12/2 and then again from 12/20 to 12/23.

oc2005 Nov 25, 19 12:24 pm


Originally Posted by navatwal (Post 31772803)
I am considering purchasing, does this purchase process as Hyatt so that I can use my Hyatt credit card for bonus points?

Also is there a cap on the discount

Looking at the gift card FAQs:

Do I receive World Of Hyatt points when I purchase Hyatt Gift cards?

Yes and No. Hyatt Gift Card purchases are not eligible to earn World Of Hyatt points directly from Hyatt, however, when using the World of Hyatt or Hyatt Credit Card from Chase, 1 Bonus Point per $1 spent will be earned.

Is there a minimum amount and/or maximum amount I can put on a Hyatt Gift Card?

Yes. Hyatt Gift Cards have a minimum value of $25 and maximum value of $2000. You cannot buy any more than $10,000 of Hyatt Gift Cards within the same day.


There are no terms for the 10% promo itself, so conceivably you should be able to get $10K per day of gift cards.

LoungeLizardHugo Nov 25, 19 12:35 pm


Originally Posted by oc2005 (Post 31775599)
Looking at the gift card FAQs:

Do I receive World Of Hyatt points when I purchase Hyatt Gift cards?

Yes and No. Hyatt Gift Card purchases are not eligible to earn World Of Hyatt points directly from Hyatt, however, when using the World of Hyatt or Hyatt Credit Card from Chase, 1 Bonus Point per $1 spent will be earned.

Is there a minimum amount and/or maximum amount I can put on a Hyatt Gift Card?

Yes. Hyatt Gift Cards have a minimum value of $25 and maximum value of $2000. You cannot buy any more than $10,000 of Hyatt Gift Cards within the same day.


There are no terms for the 10% promo itself, so conceivably you should be able to get $10K per day of gift cards.

Thanks for doing the legwork on that and posting it! Those of us who did not think to look for the fine print are now the wiser for it ^ :p

How long has it been since a better offer on Hyatt? 20% off a couple years ago? Trying to decide if I want to go whole-hog on $10k...

Onewhoknows Nov 25, 19 12:49 pm


Originally Posted by oc2005 (Post 31775599)

Do I receive World Of Hyatt points when I purchase Hyatt Gift cards?

Yes and No. Hyatt Gift Card purchases are not eligible to earn World Of Hyatt points directly from Hyatt, however, when using the World of Hyatt or Hyatt Credit Card from Chase, 1 Bonus Point per $1 spent will be earned.




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So i dont really get it. If you get a 10% discount now, but no "payback" for staying and paying ( which i roughly count a 10% discount as a Glob) , where is the deal ?

Maui4me1 Nov 25, 19 1:58 pm

The last time I bought gift cards from Hyatt I got 4x points on the Hyatt credit card..

Onewhoknows Nov 25, 19 2:18 pm


Originally Posted by Maui4me1 (Post 31775957)
The last time I bought gift cards from Hyatt I got 4x points on the Hyatt credit card..


of course, but as a german... sorry no credit card for us!

TravelStar Nov 25, 19 2:23 pm


Originally Posted by LoungeLizardHugo (Post 31775632)
...How long has it been since a better offer on Hyatt? 20% off a couple years ago?...

I don't EVER remember seeing a 20% discount on Hyatt gift cards directly from Hyatt. I've seen 10% before, but I think it's been several years. Maybe I missed it.
Fairmont does 20% discounts on gift cards a couple of times a year and are offering them for a limited number of hours this Friday. See the AccorHotels Forum if you're interested.


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