You can pay your Hyatt Credit Card bill online, through the Chase mobile app, over the phone, by mail, at a Chase branch, or through Western Union. Payments made online, through the mobile app, or by phone typically process faster than the other methods. If Chase receives an online, mobile app, or phone payment by 11:59 p.m. ET, that amount will credit to your account the same day.
How to Pay a Hyatt Credit Card Bill Online
- Log into your Hyatt Credit Card account on either the Chase website or mobile app.
- Click the “Pay Card” link on the account summary page.
- Select statement balance, current balance, minimum payment, or another amount from the “Payment amount details” section.
- Select or add a bank account from which the payment amount will be debited.
- Choose a payment date.
- Review your payment info, and click the “Pay this bill” button to submit the payment.
To pay your Hyatt Credit Card by phone, call Chase’s automated phone service 24/7, at 1 (800) 436-7958. Enter your card number, then when prompted, press the corresponding key for payments and enter your payment information.
If you’d prefer to send your Hyatt Credit Card payment by mail, send a check or money order to Cardmember Services / P.O. Box 6294 / Carol Stream, IL 60197. Chase does not accept cash payments by mail. In addition, be sure to include your account number on the front of your payment for faster processing.
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