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I just got an email that Hyatt and Whole Foods are teaming up for a promotion where Hyatt Visa card holders can get a one-time $20 credit after spending $50 at Whole Foods.  To register for the promotion, you’ll need to put your 16 digit Hyatt card number and mobile number here.

a screenshot of a credit card

The promotion runs from August 14th (today) through September 25th.

Full Hyatt / Whole Foods promotion details

Here are the full terms of the offer

  • Register before using your Hyatt Credit Card to shop at any Whole Foods Market in the U.S. and get a $20 statement credit for spending $50 or more in a single purchase at Whole Foods with your Hyatt Credit Card between August 14, 2017 to September 25, 2017.
  • Allow approximately 5-10 days to receive your statement credit, subject to card issuer’s timing and processing of statement credit.
  • Available at Whole Foods Market stores in the U.S. Purchases at stores not correctly classified as a Whole Foods location for credit processing will not qualify for this offer. Offer not available for online purchases or purchases made through Instacart.
  • Limit one offer redemption per card.
  • Visa is wholly responsible for the provision of or failure to provide the stated benefits and services. Chase and Hyatt are not responsible for providing the stated benefits or services.

It doesn’t look like there are any restrictions on what you could buy so I would imagine that gift cards would work to get the offer.  It is a limit of 1 per card so there’s not a ton of opportunity to scale the offer

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