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Late last year topcashback.com added Hyatt as one of their cashback partners, offering 3% cashback on many Hyatt stays.
Anyway, through March 3 topcashback.com has increased their payout on Hyatt stays to 5%.
If you’re not yet a member you can join using my link, or feel free to post your link in the comments below.
As a reminder, the topcashback.com terms for booking Hyatt stays read as follows:
- Please note; cashback is only paid out when a stay in completed and confirmed.
- Please note; cashback is not eligible on bookings that have a travel agency IATA reference, corporate or government account code, or Gold Passport redemption code in the booking
- Please note; cashback is not eligible on gift cards.
- Please note that the use of a Hyatt Hotels & Resorts promotional/voucher code not posted and approved by TopCashback, may affect your eligibility for cashback.
- Hyatt Hotels & Resorts Cashback is available through TopCashback on genuine, tracked transactions completed immediately and wholly online.
- HYATT HOTELS & RESORTS CASHBACK can be earned simply by clicking ‘Get Cashback Now’ button through to the merchant and shopping online as normal.
So while corporate rates aren’t eligible, other paid rates (including AAA, senior rates, etc.) should be eligible. Best I can tell there’s nothing excluding “My Elite Rates” from qualifying, which offer 20% off the Hyatt Daily Rate for elite members at many properties.
Keep in mind that this if you pay for your US Hyatt stay with The Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Card from American Express (affiliate link) you earn 5% cash back plus one Starpoint (which I value at 2.2 cents each) through the American Express OPEN Savings program (up to $10,000 per year).
While an extra percent or two return on your Hyatt stays probably shouldn’t motivate your purchase decisions, it can’t hurt to speculatively make some refundable bookings for stays you think you’ll make anyway.
(Tip of the hat to Mommy Points)