You can get a $20 rebate from Whole Foods when you spend $50 or more through September 25, 2017.
$20 Rebate from Whole Foods
When you shop at Whole Foods and spend $50 in a single transaction, you can get a $20 rebate. But you have to pay with your World of Hyatt credit card. You’ll get the rebate in the form of a $20 statement credit.
3 Simple Steps to get a $20 Rebate from Whole Foods
To qualify for the $20 rebate you have to:
- Be a Hyatt credit card holder
- Register your Hyatt credit card and cell number before you make a purchase at Whole Foods
- Spend $50 or more in one transaction through September 25, 2017
Is the $20 Rebate Worth it?
If you shop at Whole Foods or have one near you this is a decent deal. Because you’re getting $50 of food for $30.
You shouldn’t go out of your way to get the $20 rebate. Because you may end up paying more for your purchases than you would at another grocery store.
But the $20 rebate is worth it if you spend $50 on a gift card instead of food. And then resell the gift card. Because you’d make $20 (the rebate) after selling the gift card.
Note: Currently, there isn’t anything in the fine print that excludes buying gift cards.
The Fine Print
- You have to register your Hyatt credit card before you shop
- Only purchases at Whole Food stores in the US qualify
- Limit of one $20 statement credit per cardholder
- Statement credit will appear in 5 to 10 business days
Hyatt Credit Card
You can get a 40,000 point bonus after spending $1,000 on purchases within the first 3 months of getting the Hyatt credit card.
Pro-tip: Chase’s 5/24 rule does NOT apply to the Hyatt credit card.
Spend $50 or more in a single transaction at Whole Foods and get a $20 rebate through September 25, 2017. You have pay with your Hyatt credit card.
There’s a limit of one $20 rebate per cardholder. And you have to register your credit card and cell number before you shop.
Did you remember to register for the $20 rebate from Whole Foods?
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