Save 10% on your next Hyatt Place stay with this offer [Targeted]

Chase has recently shifted its focus from offering deals on IHG properties to offering deals on Hyatt stays. This is great news for Hyatt enthusiasts, as select Chase cardholders are now being targeted for a Hyatt Place offer.

The offer allows cardholders to earn 10% cash back on Hyatt Place stays when they spend $100 or more, with a maximum cash back of $40. The offer is valid until March 3, 2024, and can only be used once. Payment for the stay must be completed by the same date, and the offer is only applicable to purchases made directly with the merchant.

It’s important to note that the offer is not valid for purchases made using third-party services, delivery services, or third-party payment accounts such as “buy now pay later.” The full terms and conditions can be found on the targeted offer.

The good news is that this offer doesn’t have any geographical limits, meaning it should be applicable for Hyatt Place stays worldwide. Additionally, if you have been targeted for this offer, it’s likely that other Chase cardholders have also been targeted. While the offer may only be visible on one card, other cardholders may have better luck.

Ideally, you’ll find the 10% offer targeted to your World of Hyatt Credit Card or World of Hyatt Business Credit Card. Both of these cards earn you 4 World of Hyatt points per dollar spent at Hyatt properties. However, if you have the offer targeted to any other Chase card, you’ll still be in a good position. For example, the Chase Sapphire Reserve earns you 3 Ultimate Rewards Points per dollar, the Ink Business Preferred Credit Card earns you 3 Ultimate Rewards Points per dollar (up to $150,000 spent in combined purchases on travel, shipping, internet, cable, phone services, and advertising purchases made with social media and search engines), and the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card earns you 2 Ultimate Rewards Points per dollar.

Personally, I have only been targeted for the offer on my Chase Sapphire Preferred Card, so that will have to suffice. It’s worth noting that the cash back rebate is capped at $40, so to maximize your percentage return, you only need to spend $400. If you need to spend more than that and have the offer targeted on multiple credit cards, you could try splitting the bill between the targeted cards at check-out, although this may vary depending on the property.

In conclusion, Chase is offering a 10% cash back deal (capped at $40) for selected cardholders who plan to pay for a Hyatt Place stay by March 3, 2024. It’s possible that some cardholders may have this offer targeted to multiple credit cards, so make sure to check which card will give you the best return before making your decision at check-out.

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