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Chase has announced a new promotion on the Hyatt Visa Card!
Spend $300 at drug store or grocery stores (but not warehouse club stores) during the month of February, and get a $30 statement credit!
- Register your Hyatt Credit Card by February 28, 2018
- Spend $300 on in-store purchases at grocery stores or drug stores in the U.S. by February 28, 2018
- Receive a $30 statement credit
- Here is the REGISTRATION LINK
A few months ago, there was a statement credit promotion for purchases at Whole Food Stores. Now this. I’m happy to see more promotions like this one.
This offer is only valid for Hyatt Credit Cardmembers in good standing who receive this offer and register for it by2/28/2018. This offer only applies to Qualifying Transactions made with your Hyatt Credit Card during the promotional period (2/1/2018 – 2/28/2018) in the amount of $300 or more in total at grocery stores and/or drug stores in the United States. Offer valid only for in-store purchases at grocery stores and/or drug stores.
Grocery Store Purchases: Merchants in the grocery stores category include supermarkets, merchants that offer a full service grocery line of merchandise including a deli and bakery as well as smaller grocery stores. Please note that some merchants that sell grocery items are not included in this category; for example, larger stores that sell a wide variety of goods and groceries, such as warehouse clubs, discount stores and some smaller merchants such as drugstores, and merchants that specialize in only a few grocery items. In addition, please note that purchases made at gas stations from merchants who also operate grocery stores are not included in this category. In addition, delivery service merchants will not be included in this category unless the merchant has set up such purchases to be classified in the grocery stores category.
Drug Store Purchases:Merchants in the drug stores category specialize in selling prescription drugs and over-the-counter medicines, supplements and various health-related items. These merchants may also sell cosmetics, toiletries, greeting cards, and various household items such as cleaning supplies and packaged foods and drinks. Please note that some merchants that sell a wide variety of goods including these items, and which may contain an onsite pharmacy, for example, warehouse clubs, discount stores, or grocery stores, are not included in this category.
To qualify, transactions must be identified as qualifying transactions on Visa’s proprietary network (VisaNet). Grocery and drug store merchants must submit the transactions under the appropriate merchant code for the transaction to be identified as a qualifying purchase for the purposes of this offer. “Qualifying Transactions” are purchases of goods and services made by you or any authorized user on your account, and do not include balance transfers, cash advances, cash-like charges such as travelers checks, foreign currency, and money orders, any checks that access your account, overdraft advances, interest, unauthorized or fraudulent charges, or fees of any kind, including an annual fee, if applicable. Chargeback/returns will not be tracked for this offer.
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