Chase offers is similar to American Express offers that give you discounts from select merchants when you add them to your account.
Currently, the Chase Hyatt card is the only product to offer access to Chase offers, but this might change in the future. The current program will run until July 31, 2018.
You can view credit card offers by going to the "Credit Card Offers" tab. Find offers for the respective cards in "Hotel Credit Cards." You don't have to use our links, but we're grateful when you do. Thank you for supporting AskSebby!
How to activate Chase offers
If your Chase Hyatt card is targeted for Chase offers, you would have received an email with the subject line "Special Offer: Earn Statement Credits for Your Everyday Purchases."
1. Find the email with the subject line "Special Offer: Earn Statement Credits for Your Everyday Purchases "
2. Register for the offers and create an account
3. Visit https://hyatt.visaoffers.com to find the offers
4. Activate the offers you're interested in
If you complete an offer, the respective amount will be issued as a statement credit to your Chase Hyatt card.
Watch the video below for an overview of the current offers.
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