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Chase Launches Chase Offers for Hyatt Credit Card Holders

Hyatt Credit Card

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Last November, Chase was testing a new program they rolled out to compete with the American Express Amex Offers program. They branded the program Chase Offers and it was only available on the co-branded Marriott and Chase Slate credit cards. The program was later ended in March.

Earlier this week, Chase again rolled out their Chase Offers program and this time cardholders of The Hyatt Credit Card are the beneficiaries.

 

How Do I Register? 

To receive the offers on your Hyatt Credit Card, you need to register for the program. You can do so by following this link. You will need to input your name, a valid email address, a valid location, and your Hyatt Credit Card number to confirm that you are eligible to receive the offers. I am assuming that offers will vary based on your location.

 

Chase Offers

 

Current Chase Offers

There were a number of Chase Offers on my account which I will outline below:

Lowes – Spend $50 get $10 back
Exhale – Spend $100 get $20 back
Hello Fresh – Spend $50 get $15 back
Nectar – Spend $500 get $50 back
StubHub – Spend $100 get $10 back
Boxed – Spend $75 get $20 back
Stitch Fix – Spend $50 get $15 back
NatureBox – Spend $30 get $15 back
Wayfair – Spend $100 get $15 back
Hulu with Live TV – $20 Back with Live TV Subscription
Etsy – Spend $40 get $10 back
Harry’s – Spend $15 get $5 back
Cinemark Theatres – Spend $20 get $5 back

 

Chase Offers

 

Bottom Line

I am a huge fan of Amex Offers as I feel they are a way in which to justify the cost of an annual fee on a credit card. It is great to see Chase adding a similar program to reward consumers for holding their credit card products. It will be interesting to see if they rollout Chase offers on more than just the Hyatt Credit Card in the future.

 

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