The Hyatt Credit Card referral bonus is 5,000 points for each referred friend who gets approved, up to a maximum of 25,000 points per year. To refer a friend to the World of Hyatt Credit Card, visit Chase’s referral page and enter your last name, your ZIP code and the last 4 digits of your card number. Then, click the green “Continue” button. From there, Chase will let you email a referral link to friends or create a personalized link to share on social media.
You can also refer a friend through the Chase mobile app. To do so, log in, tap the three dots on the bottom right of your card summary, then tap “Refer friends.”
If a friend uses your Hyatt Credit Card referral link and is approved, the referral bonus will show up in your account within 8 weeks. However, Chase will not notify you whether anyone has used your link or been approved. You will know you successfully referred someone if you see 5,000 points on your statement marked as a “Refer-a-Friend bonus.” If someone applies using your link and is rejected, that does not count against the limit of 5 referrals per year.
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