Hyatt Cardholders: Get 10% Back On All Point Redemptions!

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Hyatt credit cardholders can register here to get 10% of their points back when they redeem them for stays between 7/1-9/2.

Hyatt has been offering this summertime promotion for cardholders since 2015 and it’s great to see it continue to be offered.

  • Registration will remain open until 7/ 15.
  • Redeem your points for free nights, Points + Cash stays, room upgrades, dining and spa services, Exhale classes and spa therapies, and FIND experiences completed between July 1 and September 2, 2019.
  • Stays must be completed by 9/2, so if you are staying over that date, you’ll want to split up that award into 2 reservations.
  • Points redeemed for Avis car rental certificates or points transferred to airline partners are not eligible for this promotion.
  • Officially it states to allow 6-8 weeks after your points redemption has been completed for the points rebate, but based on experience from this promotion in the past, it should post much faster that that.

While the terms indicate that only points redeemed between 7/1-9/2 will qualify, in the past this has always meant that the nights had to be used in that period, but the rebate has been valid regardless of when you actually created the award reservation.

The World of Hyatt credit card is an excellent card and comes with 50,000 points in addition to annual free nights, elite status, and promotions. You can read more about the new World of Hyatt card here. You can apply now and still take advantage of this promotion!

With the 10% rebate, you could book a 3 night stay at the wonderful Park Hyatt Sydney for 90K points and you would get a 9K points rebate.

Park Hyatt Sydney and Sydney Opera House, as seen from the Harbour Bridge:


Here is the Hyatt award chart:

Hotel (Click on category for list of hotels)Standard Room AwardPoints+Cash Standard RoomSuite Night AwardPoints+Cash SuitesPremium Suite Night AwardPoints+Cash Premium Suites
Category 1
5K2.5K+50% of standard room price8K4K+50% of suite price10K5K+50% of premium suite price
Category 2
8K4K+50% of standard room price13K6.5K+50% of suite price16K8K+50% of premium suite price
Category 3
12K6K+50% of standard room price20K10K+50% of suite price24K12K+50% of premium suite price
Category 4
15K7.5K+50% of standard room price24K12K+50% of suite price30K15K+50% of premium suite price
Category 5
20K10K+50% of standard room price32K16K+50% of suite price40K20K+50% of premium suite price
Category 6
25K12.5K+50% of standard room price40K20K+50% of suite price50K25K+50% of premium suite price
Category 7
30K15K+50% of standard room price48K24K+50% of suite price60K30K+50% of premium suite price
Category 8 (SLH Partner Hotels Only)

You can determine the category of every Hyatt hotel via this link.  Just toggle the category number to view other categories and expand the regions on the bottom to include hotels in the Asia/Pacific region or the Europe, Africa & Middle East region.

Hyatt free nights have no blackouts or capacity controls on standard rooms and suites, though some hotels do have a minimum stay requirement, though there are workarounds. Hyatt aksi doesn’t charge resort fees on point stays.

Where will you stay with this promotion? Find more inspiration on where to go in this post.

HT: mochjas, via DDF and Lucky

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Will this work on stays already booked but being completed during the promo window


I find the past few years hyatt properties aging and almost no new properties, on the other hand marriott has much newer properties and constantly adding new hotels.


Hyatt- excellent customer service and has loyalty to its members
Marriott- horrible customer service, loyalty means nothing


To clarify: Does the “Get 10% of your redeemed points back ” apply to points redeemed at SLH hotels as well , since participating SLH properties are not Hyatt Properties ?