Earn A $30 Statement Credit On Your Hyatt Visa From Grocery & Drug Store Purchases!

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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.

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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.


    1. Keep Traveling, hmm, I don’t think so. Here’s the full grocery store definition from the T&C. Generally, I don’t think Walmart codes as a grocery store for purposes of merchant classification: Grocery Store Purchases: Merchants in the grocery stores category include supermarkets, merchants that offer a full-service grocery line of merchandise including a deli and bakery as well as smaller grocery stores. Please note that some merchants that sell grocery items are not included in this category; for example, larger stores that sell a wide variety of goods and groceries, such as warehouse clubs, discount stores and some smaller merchants such as drugstores, and merchants that specialize in only a few grocery items. In addition, please note that purchases made at gas stations from merchants who also operate grocery stores are not included in this category. In addition, delivery service merchants will not be included in this category unless the merchant has set up such purchases to be classified in the grocery stores category.

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