Last Chance Deals: Big time sign up bonus changes…is now the time to act?

Welcome to our weekly list of what’s ending this week as well as a collection of some of the best ongoing deals around. This week, there are some big time signup bonus changes coming — reportedly the currently-increased Southwest offers will end and the Hyatt offer will make a major change. Is now the time to sign up? I’m contemplating that question this week with you.

With this week being the end of the month, there are many deals scheduled to end this Friday. I’m scheduling several reminders to take advantage of various offers this week.

If you’re interested in any of these offers, there’s no time like the present and no telling when some may end. Here are this week’s Last Chance Deals. Those are followed by deals that Won’t Last Long and our Other Limited-time Offers.

Deals in bold were posted this week.

Last Chance Deals

Expiring Thursday, June 29th

Expiring Friday, June 30th

 Won’t Last Long
Other Limited-Time Offers
Sign-up Bonuses
Travel
Shopping/Spending Deals
Bank Account Bonuses

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Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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Comments

  1. Sorry to repeat a question that may already have been answered: regarding the 5/24 rule, I understand there are specific cards that “don’t count” against your personal total. My request for clarification — if you apply for the current Chase Hyatt offer and are 6/24 prior to applying:
    1) will you likely be approved if no other credit issues detract from your app and
    2) if approved, will your new count be 7/24 as far as future Chase apps are concerned, or will this approval not raise your number?

    Am wishfully thinking that the 5/24-exempt cards don’t add to the 5/24 tally, but that doesn’t really make a lot of sense. What is the consensus on this? Thanks!

    • The answers to questions #1 and #2 are both yes. The Hyatt card has not been subject to 5/24 for approval, but it will count in your 5/24 total — bumping you to 7/24 in your scenario.

      The cards that don’t count towards your 5/24 total are certain business cards and some store cards that can only be used at that store.

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