$250 off $500 at Hyatt All-Inclusives (With Hyatt Credit Card)

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You’ll need a World of Hyatt Credit Card from Chase to be eligible for this offer, which is pretty great if that’s you and you were thinking about a stay at a Zilara or Ziva branded all-inclusive hotel.

$250 off $500 at Hyatt All-Inclusives (With Chase World of Hyatt Credit Card)

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World of Hyatt Credit Card

World of Hyatt Credit Card

1) Register your World of Hyatt Credit Card or Hyatt Credit Card by November 30, 2019.

2) Spend $500 or more directly with Hyatt Ziva or Hyatt Zilara resorts on your World of Hyatt Credit Card or Hyatt Credit Card from November 1, 2019 through March 31, 2020.

3) Get a $250 statement credit.

Be sure to read all terms and conditions on the registration page.

Combine Paid Nights and Award Nights

While it can be a great deal to use Chase Ultimate Rewards points transferred to Hyatt (or World of Hyatt points directly!) for stays at Ziva and Zilara resorts, this one may be even better (and will earn Hyatt points as well).

And since, unlike Hilton and Marriott, Hyatt doesn’t give you a 5th night free on awards, it may make sense to look into splitting a reservation as part cash (to hit $500) and the rest in points.

If you don’t currently have a World of Hyatt Credit Card and are not over 5/24, there’s plenty of time to get the card and use this offer on top of the (to to) 50,000 Hyatt point signup offer.

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