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Chase Hyatt Card Holder: $30 back with $300 spending at grocery stores or drug stores

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Current Chase Hyatt credit card holder could register with Hyatt membership number and card number, spend $300 at grocery store or drug store (in store purchases) before Feb 28, 2018 and earn $30 back

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https://rtm.visa.com/Registration/HYATT2018Q1

Editor: this deal should be available to all current card holders. But please let me know if you cannot register this deal.
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Created 02-02-2018 at 05:23 AM by GlobalDeeJay
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Anyone know if cvs.com is included?
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Anyone know if cvs.com is included?
I doubt it, my experience is that cvs.com and cvs store would show different code on transactions
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A bit off topic... but I am trying to apply for this card. I remember there was a dummy booking trick to get the $50 credit.. It no longer shows up at the booking screen... anyone knows if they have taken this out?
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Hyatt also has one of the most generous reward night policies for redeeming free hotel nights. Reward nights start at 5,000 points per night, making each Hyatt point worth at least two cents each. Most hotel points are worth 0.5 to 0.8 cents each.
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I enrolled and brought a gift card from CVS (actual store). My statement came and went. No $30 credit... does the credit only show up after Feb 28? or perhaps my purchase didn't get classified as a drugstore purchase?
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