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Chase has announced that Chase/Visa offers are now available to its The Hyatt Credit Card holders. According to Doctor of Credit, the program is expected to run through July 31, 2018. To take advantage of this promo, you need to register your Hyatt Card before making an eligible purchase. Visa offers is similar to American Express' program, Amex offers.
Chase Offers Overview
- You need to register for each offer
- Visa offers with the Hyatt Card is expected to run through July 31, 2018
- Some offers are available online only, while some are available both online and in-store
- After registering you can add up to 4 additional cards
- Allow 3 to 10 business days for the statement credit to post to your account
Most of the current offers are available through May 7, 2018, and include:
- Lowe’s: $10 back on your in-store purchase of $50 or more by 5/7/18
- Exhale: $10 back on your next purchase of $100 or more by 5/7/18
- $15 off $50 at Hello Fresh
- $20 off $75 at Boxed
- $15 off $30 at NatureBox
- $15 off $50 at Stitch Fix
- $20 back on Hulu subscription
- $15 off $100 at Wayfair
- $10 off $40 at Etsy
- $10 off $100 at StubHub
- $5 off $15 at Harry’s Razor
- $50 off $500 at Nectar
- $5 off $20 at Cinemark Theatres
The last time we saw Chase offers, they were only for the Marriott Rewards® Premier Credit Card and the Chase Slate® credit card, seeing it come to the Hyatt Card holders is addition given how much we love the card. The offers can be quite lucrative on everyday spending, with statement credits of between 10% and 30%. Combine the generous statement credits with the wide range of offers, from cinema tickets to Lowe’s purchases, and there should be something where you can save a few bucks.
Source: Doctor Of Credit
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