I don’t earn any affiliate credits from credit cards. I do discuss offers that I think you’ll find valuable.
Hyatt has done a good job of creating interesting offers for their credit cardholders ever since they released the credit card a handful of years ago. One of my favorites is the discount on award redemptions that they’ve offered a few times. Essentially, Hyatt credit card holders got a 10% reduction in the price of award redemptions. They also offered a $20 statement credit when you purchased $50 at Whole Foods.
Not everyone has a Whole Foods near them. Those of us that do might find their pricing a bit, ahem, high. Their most recent offer is bound to be appealing to many more folks.
For the month of February, Hyatt and Chase will issue a $30 statement credit on your Hyatt Credit Card if you charge $300 on the card at grocery stores or drug stores. This is cumulative throughout the month.
There’s a registration link. Make sure you sign up if you have the Hyatt credit card, even if you’re not sure you’ll hit $300.
I can’t speak for everyone’s family, but I do the grocery shopping for our household. With two growing kids, I can spend $300 on groceries without trying too hard.
The Final Two Pennies
The current annual fee for the Hyatt Credit Card is $75. Occasional benefits like this $30 credit help out significantly with the annual fee expense. When you consider that the card also includes a free hotel night (category 1-4) each year you hold the card, it’s pretty easy to get $75 worth of value out of this card every year.
I don’t earn any affiliate credits for folks who apply for the Hyatt Credit Card. I just think it’s a great value. You can see the full benefits and current sign-up bonus for the card on the Chase website.