Yes, the 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 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 Hyatt Credit Card makes it easy to rack up points: You earn 4 points / $1 spent at Hyatt properties and 2 points/ $1 spent at restaurants, on airlines tickets purchased directly from the airlines, on gym memberships, and on transit (including rideshares). You’ll get 1 point / $1 spent on all other purchases.
All 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 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 Hyatt Credit Card is your only option.
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