10% Off Hyatt Gift Cards Through End of 2013

by on November 20, 2013 · 15 comments

in Hyatt

This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page.

Now through the end of 2013 Gold Passport members can purchase Hyatt gift cards at a 10% discount when they enter the promo code GPGIFT at checkout. You can purchase up to $2,000 in gift cards, and the promo code even appears to work on stay certificates as well, which can be potentially very valuable since some of them can be used across a wide variety of properties and mean huge potential savings, though capacity controls can be tight.

Screen shot 2013-11-20 at 11.14.35 AM

The promo code discount gift cards and stay certificates.

You can find out more about stay certificates here, but in the meantime a 10% discount is still a good deal, especially if you have some last-minute Hyatt stays coming up in an elite status qualification (or requalification) sprint for the end of the year.

Not only that, but remember that if you have an Amex OPEN card, like the Business Gold Rewards, Business Platinum or even the Starwood Preferred Guest card for Business, you get an additional 5% rebate on Hyatt purchases, bringing your overall savings to 15%. But then you can factor in the Membership Rewards points or Starwood Preferred Guest points you’re earning and your return on spending is upped another 2% or so.

TopCashBack is also offering a 3% rebate on Hyatt bookings when you click through their page, so all in all you’re looking at a savings of about 20% factoring everything in.

TopCashBack is offering an additional 3% savings.

TopCashBack is offering an additional 3% savings.

Granted, this will all take a bit of advanced planning and a lot of clicking, and you’re limited to $2,000 in certificates or gift cards, but if you can maximize this promo and you know you’ll be spending the money on Hyatt stays anyway, you could be saving up to 20% of your spend and still getting all the Hyatt and other points as well as elite status qualification for your Hyatt stays, all while spending less money than you would just booking hotels as normal.

Disclaimer: The responses below are not provided or commissioned by the bank advertiser. Responses have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the bank advertiser. It is not the bank advertiser's responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered.

Previous post:

Next post:

  • TheTourVan

    Do you know if you earn extra on the Hyatt Chase card for purchases of these? Meaning 5 for dollar spent or just the 1 for dollar spent?

  • Nathan

    The TopCashBack 3% is going to be when booking the hotels not used when buying the cards right for a final total of near 20%, right?

  • Michael

    I assume these are good for use on incidentals while on property. I am going to Andaz Maui over New Years and I used points for the stay but this would be great for use on activiites food, etc

    (BTW best redemption rate I have every got. $1000 per night if I had payed. 4.5 cents a point)

  • Eric

    @Michael – I used Hyatt earlier this year at the Andaz Napa for
    incidentals only…the rooms were already covered by points… and i
    got additional points on these incidentals also…

  • Eric

    I used Hyatt Gift Cards I meant to say

  • winston

    can i use these gift cards to pay for a discounted rate (20% off) if I am an elite member?

  • winston

    Also, will I earn points and qualified stays if using gift cards as a payment method? thank you.

  • Eric

    If these are the same Gift Cards I got earlier this year through American Express rewards, it could only be used in North American Hyatts (and Hawaii i believe)….not internationally…. My original plan was to use them for incidentals at the Park Hyatt Vendome….instead when i found out I couldnt, I used them at the Andaz Napa… Does anyone know if this is the same rules?

  • Andrew


  • Andrew

    yes…. this is just another form of currency and payment…. Can be used for anything????

  • Nick

    Can these be used for dining/spa services at the Park Hyatt Maldives? Headed there in January so this would be a pretty good deal.

  • eric

    Min $6 shipping kills this deal unless you are buying like a $500 card.

  • Nathan

    The code works for Hyatt Gift Checks which are good overseas. I just bought $2K which will easily be used in the next few months. Hyatt gift cards are to be a avoided.

  • LK

    actually no, the FAQs on Hyatt say `

    Do I receive Hyatt Gold Passport points when I redeem Hyatt Certificates and Gift Cards?

    No. The purchase or redemption of Hyatt Certificates and Gift Cards are
    NOT eligible for Hyatt Gold Passport point earnings or stay credits at
    this time.

  • disqust101

    Reality is you get points

Print This Page