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Hyatt Cardholders: Spend $300 at US Grocery/Drug Stores in February to Get a Statement Credit

Feb. 01, 2018
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earn $30 back with the hyatt credit card after spending $300 at grocery stores and drugstores
Hyatt Cardholders: Spend $300 at US Grocery/Drug Stores in February to Get a Statement Credit
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During the month of February, holders of the Hyatt Credit Card can receive a statement credit of $30 after spending $300 with the card at grocery stores and drugstores in the US. In order to get the $30 statement credit, you must register for the promotion with your Hyatt Card on Visa's website. To qualify for the statement credit, you must spend $300 cumulatively by February 28.

If you're successful at completing $300 in eligible purchases by February 28, you'll get the $30 in statement credit within six to eight weeks after hitting the spend requirement.

This is a nice promotion from Hyatt and Chase, and you could even sign up for the card and take part in this promotion — as long as you register and meet the necessary requirements by February 28. As a reminder, the Hyatt Credit Card comes with a sign-up bonus of 40,000 points after you spend $2,000 in the first three months. You'll earn 3x points on Hyatt purchases, 2x points at restaurants, airline tickets purchased directly through the airline and at car rental agencies and 1x points on everything else. The card comes with a $75 annual fee.

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