Save $60 at Grand Hyatt Properties in the US, Mexico and Bahamas With Amex Offer

Jul 1, 2019

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Summer travel is in full force, and American Express can help you save money on your travels via batches of Amex Offers. One Amex Offer likely to be a hit with Hyatt fans will save you $60 via a statement credit if you spend $300 or more in one charge at Grand Hyatt properties in the US, Mexico or the Bahamas from July 1 to Sept. 30. Like all Amex Offers, this offer won’t be available on all Amex cards, but it was on my Platinum Card® from American Express this morning.

Note that this statement credit can be triggered by room rates, incidental charges made to the room, or a combination of both. Just remember that the charge must be for $300 or more in one swipe. Cumulative smaller charges don’t work with this one.

Related: Ultimate Guide to Amex Offers

Charges to the room will count (Photo by Summer Hull / The Points Guy)
Charges to the room will count (Photo by Summer Hull / The Points Guy)

You’ll find Grand Hyatt properties in places such as the Bahamas, San Diego, San Francisco, Playa del Carmen, Kauai, within the DFW airport and in Washington DC — which actually makes for a good home base to attend the upcoming July 4 festivities in the nation’s capital.

Many Grand Hyatt locations can make for perfect summer vacation destinations, so have fun saving $60 if you are eligible for this Amex Offer and have $300 or more in Grand Hyatt expenses planned. Note that this could also stack with getting 10% of your redeemed Hyatt points back this summer if you have The World of Hyatt Credit Card.

Featured image by Zach Honig / The Points Guy of the Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen

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