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30,000 points after $3k spend in 3 months. Up to 30,000 additional points by earning 2X points on the first $15,000 spent in non-bonus categories in the first 6 months.
Bonus Points per $1 spent with Hyatt. Earn 4X bonus points from the card and 5 base points as a World of Hyatt member.
Earn 2 Bonus Points per $1 spent at restaurants, on airline tickets purchased directly from the airline, local transit and commuting as well as fitness club and gym memberships.
Earn 1 Bonus Point per $1 on everything else, 2X in the first 6 months up to the first $15,000 spent.
Receive World of Hyatt Discoverist status for as long as your account is open.
Receive one free night at any Category 1–4 Hyatt hotel or resort every year after your cardmember anniversary.
Earn an extra free night at any Category 1–4 Hyatt hotel or resort if you spend $15,000 during your cardmember anniversary year.
Earn 2 additional qualifying night credits every time you spend $5,000 on your card.
The Hyatt card is currently offering a tiered bonus of 60,000 points. The basically breaks down as 30,000 points after $3k spend in 3 months, then 2x points per $1 spent in non-bonus categories on the next $15,000 to earn an additional 30,000 points.
There is a lot to be excited about with the World of Hyatt Credit Card, starting with the 60,000 point bonus. 60,000 bonus points can score you ~2 free nights at highest tier Hyatt properties in the world or as many as 12 free nights in lower tier properties.
(Here is a full card review by 10xT Contributor Julie S)
Personally I got this card and used the bonus points to book 2 free nights at the world-renowned Park Hyatt Tokyo (from the movie Lost in Translation) for my recent trip to Japan. I had my wife do the same and we were able to cover our entire 4 night stay there. Rooms typically go for $600+ per night.
The annual free night perk also makes this card worth keeping long term for many travelers, though the category 1-4 restriction is less than ideal.
You’ll get better spending rewards on either of the Chase Sapphire products (particularly because Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer 1:1 to Hyatt) but this card is still a good grab for the bonus and ongoing perks.