Earn A $30 Statement Credit For Grocery Shopping With The Hyatt Credit Card

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It is no secret that we here at Thrifty Traveler are big fans of The Hyatt Credit Card. It is one of my favorite co-branded hotel credit cards that is worth picking up for the sign up bonus, and worth keeping for the annual free night the card provides. Get more information about this card and other travel rewards cards here.

One of my other favorite perks of the Hyatt Credit Card is that they frequently have cardmember promotions that are quite lucrative. For example, last August, they had an offer with Whole Foods for $20 off your purchase of $50.

Just yesterday, Chase announced a new promotion in which holders of the Hyatt Credit Card can receive a $30 statement credit when you cumulatively spend $300 on purchases at grocery stores and/or drug stores in the US between February 1st and February 28th, 2018 (10% back).

 

 

Cardmembers must register for the promotion and then spend the $300 to receive the statement credit. The statement credit should post within six to eight weeks of completing the spend requirement. However, when I took advantage of the Whole Foods promotion mentioned above, the statement credit posted pretty immediately.

Thrifty Tip #1: Don’t have $300 of groceries or drug store shopping to do in the month of February? Many grocery stores sell gift cards that should make hitting the spending threshold easier.

 

Bottom Line

Having The Hyatt Credit Card is a no brainer. This is a great offer, and promotions like this even further justify the $75 annual fee. Make sure to register your card to take advantage of this promotion. Get more information about this card and other travel rewards cards here.

 

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Editorial Note: Any opinions, analyses, reviews, or recommendations expressed in this article are those of the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, approved, or otherwise endorsed by any card issuer.