As reported by Doctor of Credit yesterday, there is an offer out for the Chase Hyatt Credit Card that includes the usual bonuses plus a $50 statement credit after first purchase.
- 2 free nights at any Hyatt hotel worldwide after spending $2,000 in the first 3 months
- 5,000 bonus points after adding an authorized user and having them make their first purchase (unadvertised, but Doctor of Credit reports that it will earn these points)
- $50 statement credit after first purchase
- $75 annual fee is not waived
- Free night certificate at a Category 1-4 property each card member anniversary
- Note that Globalist suite upgrades and Explorist Club Upgrade awards can not be applied to free night certificates (such as the signup bonus nights or the annual night)
- Card comes with Discoverist status
- This card is believed not to be subject to the Chase 5/24 rule
- You are not eligible if you’ve received a bonus on this card in the past 24 months.
Everyone likes an extra fifty bucks. The usual 2 free nights on this card can be an incredibly valuable offer depending on how you use the two free nights — and the bonus 5K for adding an authorized user is even enough for another free night at a Category 1 hotel. Note that we have added the direct link to our Best Offers page. If the direct link doesn’t work, try initiating a dummy booking at Hyatt.com and you should see this offer at the step where you would enter payment information. Also note that Explorist members can not use Club Upgrade certificates in conjunction with the signup bonus nights or the annual free night. Globalists similarly can not use a suite upgrade award in conjunction with these free nights. However, they can still be incredibly valuable nights — and if you are a Globalist member, I would expect that you would still receive lounge access/breakfast when staying on a certificate (these nights simply can not be upgraded using other types of awards).