The Hyatt credit card is one of my favorite keeper cards and certainly a favorite as far as sign-up bonuses. To receive 2 free nights at any Hyatt is a pretty great deal that has potentially huge value.
The card offer that I had in my Hotel Credit Card page for a while (until they pulled the direct link) was for 2 free nights plus $50 statement credit. Since the annual fee of $75 is waived the first year, that was a great offer – and still is!
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Great Offer: 2 Free Nights, $50 Credit, and 5,000 Points!
But, this offer is even better – the same as above plus 5,000 Hyatt points! That is enough points to give you a free night at a Category 1 Hyatt and Hyatt points are always a very welcome gift! That is only 1,000 points shy of giving you enough points for a Points + Cash reservation at a Category 3 as well (the card requires $1,000 in spend which would equal the 1,000 points anyway).
- Get 2 free nights when you spend $1,000 in the first 3 months
- Receive a $50 statement credit when you make your first purchase
- Receive 5,000 points when you add an authorized user and they use that card to make a purchase
- 3 points per $1 spent at all Hyatt properties
- 2 points per $1 spent at restaurants, on airline tickets
purchased directly from the airline, and at car rental agencies
- 1 point per $1 spent on all other purchases made with your card
- Platinum status as long as you hold the card
- Annual fee of $75 (waived the first year)
This offer makes this card an excellent choice and reason to get this card. Of course, those cardholders who had the card and registered before March 31 for the 20% Hyatt rebate promo are receiving more points than the 5,000 if they are staying a few nights at Hyatts (on points or Points+Cash) which really balances out the 5,000 points that the new cardholders would get with this offer. I know I have already received more than 5,000 from the 20% rebate promo so I am still happy!
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This card comes with an anniversary night at a Category 1 -4 which easily takes care of the $75 annual fee. This is a card that my wife and I always hold and easily get twice that annual fee in value from the card’s free night each year. If you do not currently have the card, now may be a good time to get the card and hold onto the card.
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