Save up to 10% off Residence Inn stays with this Chase offer
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If you’re a Chase cardholder and you’re planning hotel stays this winter, you should check your Chase Offers portal. Today, Chase has released a new offer for Marriott stays.
Marriott is offering a 10% statement credit (up to $44) after spending at least $200 at Residence Inn and TownePlace Suites properties.
Note that the offer is only valid at U.S. properties and expires on March 6, 2020.
And that’s not the only offer we’re seeing.
I recently discovered an offer on my Chase Sapphire Preferred Card for 5% back on bookings up to $28. Note that you must book directly at HotelTonight and pay by February 23, 2020.
If you’re unfamiliar, HotelTonight is an Airbnb-owned booking app that helps find hotels in different cities around the world. The app can be especially useful for last-minute trips or if you arrive in a destination and find out there’s a problem with a hotel or rental you’ve already set up and are in urgent need of a place to stay.
Recently, several TPG staffers saw offers select Hyatt Place stays, a nice complement to existing discounts with other hotel booking sites. TPG Social Media Producer Caroline English discovered a new targeted offer from Hyatt Place in her Chase Offers portal this morning, offering 15% back after spending at least $100, up to $45. This offer is valid at Hyatt Place properties and expires on Feb. 15. It shouldn’t be too hard to meet the terms of this offer, as Hyatt Place properties are generally inexpensive. For instance, I’m seeing a one-night stay at the Hyatt Place New York/Midtown South for as low as $112 per night next weekend
Recently, Senior Points and Miles Editor Nick Ewen was pleased to discover a new targeted offer from Kimpton Hotels in his Chase Offers portal, offering 20% back after spending $100 or more, up to $120.
The offer is valid on bookings made directly with Kimpton and expires Feb. 28, 2020.
Regardless of which offer you choose, you should receive the statement credit within 14 days.
With any of these offers, you won’t earn the bonus on third-party purchases, so you’ll want to book directly with the applicable program. However, this will ensure you still get points in the applicable loyalty program, and since the credit is issued to your card account, you should still earn points on the full amount of the stay.
To check whether you’ve been targeted, head over to the Chase Offers portal on the website or the Chase mobile app.
If you don’t currently have a Chase card and want to make sure you don’t miss any future offers, you might consider applying for the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card, as it has a sign-up bonus of 60,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first three months from account opening.
Featured photo courtesy of Residence Inn by Marriott, Manhattan/Central Park
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