Free Money at Whole Foods for Chase Hyatt Cardholders

The image shows several plastic bottles filled with water and asparagus stalks inside. The bottles are labeled "Whole Foods Market" and are identified as "Asparagus Water." The labels also indicate the volume of the bottles as 16 fluid ounces and the price as $5.99. The bottles are arranged on a shelf, likely in a grocery store.

As first reported by Running with Miles (and subsequently reported by everyone else), Chase Hyatt Cardholders get a $20 statement credit for spending $50 or more in a single purchase at Whole Foods Market.

Now that right there is some significant grocery savings!

The image shows a promotional offer for a Hyatt credit card. The offer states that you can get a $20 statement credit for spending $50 or more in a single purchase at Whole Foods Market with your Hyatt credit card. The offer is valid for purchases made by September 25, 2017, and expires 30 days later. The left side of the image contains a registration form for the offer, including fields for entering credit card information and a "Register" button. The background features a bowl of cherries on a blue wooden surface, and a Hyatt credit card is displayed at the bottom right corner of the image. The logos for World of Hyatt and Whole Foods Market are visible at the top right corner.

Step 1: Sign-up for this Offer!

Before you can take advantage of this offer, you must first head to the link below and provide your Hyatt credit card information.

Register Your Card Here!

The image is a promotional advertisement for a credit card offer. The text reads: "Register and get a $20 statement credit for spending $50 or more in a single purchase at Whole Foods Market® with your Hyatt credit card. Make a $50+ purchase by September 25, 2017. 1/person. See Terms." Below the text, there are three icons with labels: a card icon labeled "Register Card," a shopping cart icon labeled "Shop," and a smiley face icon labeled "Get Reward."

Step 2: Make a $50+ Purchase by September 25th

Pretty easy thing to do at Whole Foods… just make sure you are swiping/inserting your Chase Hyatt Card!

Step 3: You are $20 Richer

Watch the savings wash in via statement credit in the next 5-10 business days!

Note – The terms do restrict this offer to one per person, so you will not be able to redeem for multiple $20 statement credits, despite the amount of money you spend on artisan asparagus water…

The image shows several clear plastic bottles with white caps, each containing asparagus stalks submerged in water. The bottles are labeled with "Whole Foods" branding and product information, including the name "Asparagus Water" and a price of $5.99. The bottles are arranged on a shelf, likely in a grocery store.

Want more info? Full T&C found here.

Final Thought

I am a big fan of the Chase Hyatt Card! So much so that I have been a cardholder multiple times over for the last 4 years or so. It’s no secret that this card can be MORE than worth the $75 annual fee given the Chase Hyatt Anniversary Free Night Certificate at a Category 1-4 Hyatt property, and now if this card begins to offer statement credits like these, it will become very hard to rationalize cancellation!

This is free money, people. Register your card. Buy some groceries at Whole Foods. Enjoy the savings!

Happy Travels!


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