For what might be just a little while longer, Hyatt fans are in the fantastic position to choose what bonus they want – the 2 Free Nights at any Hyatt (including the Miraval which is normally 65,000 points per night for 2 people!) or the 40,000 point offer. The 2 Free nights were supposed to have disappeared but there is still a working link so hurry and decide which is best for you.
Still Alive: 2 Free Hyatt Nights
Here are the details of this Hyatt card offer:
- Get 2 free nights when you spend $2,000 in the first 3 months
- 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
- Discoverist status as long as you hold the card
- Annual fee of $75
- This product is available to you if you do not have the card and have not received a new cardmember bonus for this card in the past 24 months
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.
The New, 40,000 Point Hyatt Offer
Link: 40,000 Point Hyatt Offer
Here is the new 40K Hyatt card offer as of June 29, 2017:
- Must spend $2,000 in 3 months to get the bonus
- 40,000 Hyatt points after meeting the spending
- Hyatt card not included in the Chase 5/24 group
- You cannot have had the sign-up bonus in the previous 24 months or have the card when you apply
- Annual fee is $75 and not waived
- 5,000 points for adding an authorized user
- $50 statement credit
Which Hyatt Offer?
It is fairly easy – if you want to redeem for Category 7 (and Category 6 in some cases), go for the 2 Free Night offer. For all others, go for the 40,000 point offer. See this post for a comprehensive look to help you if you need more information and numbers.
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