The Hyatt credit card’s 2 free nights offer is no longer available. The current initial bonus instead allows new cardholders to earn enough points for up to 10 free nights at Hyatt hotels. Cardholders who spend $3,000 in the first 3 months earn 25,000 bonus points - worth 5 free nights at Hyatt Category 1 properties. Spending a total of $6,000 in the first 6 months gets cardholders another 25,000 points – worth another 5 nights.
While you won’t get 2 free nights right away after you sign up for the Hyatt credit card, the initial bonus offer on the card is worth waiting 3 to 6 months for. And the spending requirements are relatively easy to meet if you normally spend $1,000 per month on a credit card anyway. Just keep in mind that your Hyatt points will be forfeited if your account is inactive for 24 consecutive months. But as long as you use your Hyatt credit card to keep earning points, your points won’t expire.
Yes, the World of Hyatt Credit Card gives free nights every year, including one free night in a category 1-4 Hyatt property annually. Another way to earn a free night is by spending $15,000 on the World of Hyatt Credit Card in a year, starting and ending with your account anniversary. You can always redeem your rewards points for free nights too, starting at 5,000 points for a standard room in a category 1 property. And the World of Hyatt Card makes it easy to rack up points: You earn 4 points for every $1 spent at Hyatt properties and 2 points per $1 spent at restaurants, on airlines, on gym memberships, and on transit (including rideshares). You’ll get 1 point for every other $1 spent.… read full answer
All World of Hyatt Credit Card holders automatically earn Discoverist status in the World of Hyatt Rewards Club. That gets you free breakfast (where available), late check-out/early check-in privileges, and preferred rooms (when available). Members also save 10% with member rates at Hyatt hotels. The World of Hyatt Credit Card’s annual fee is $95.
The other credit card by Hyatt - simply called the Hyatt Credit Card – isn’t open to new applicants, but it also gives one opportunity for a free night every year. The annual fee is $75, but if you don’t already have it, the World of Hyatt card is your only option.
The best Chase hotel credit card is the IHG Rewards Club Premier card because it gives a free night after every card anniversary and a free 4th night when redeeming points for a stay of 4 or more nights. It also offers 140,000 points for spending $3,000 in the first 3 months. Plus, cardholders earn 10 points per $1 spent at IHG properties; 2 points per $1 at gas stations, grocery stores and restaurants; and 1 point per $1 on all other purchases. The annual fee is $0 1st yr, $89 after.… read full answer
Another one of the top options is the World of Hyatt Credit Card. It gives up to 50,000 bonus points for spending up to $6,000 in the first 6 months. It also offers 4 points per $1 spent at Hyatt properties and 1-2 on other types of purchases. You get a free night at a Category 1-4 Hyatt hotel every year on your card anniversary. But the card has a $95 annual fee.
To qualify for a Chase hotel credit card, you’ll need at least good credit.
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