$50 Statement Credit With The Hyatt Credit Card When You Make a Hyatt Reservation

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The Mother-in-Law rule says that I should always let you know about the best credit card offers even if they don’t pay me a commission.

I’ve written before on how you can get the Hyatt credit card with a $100 statement credit and a $75 statement credit, but those offers disappeared after Hyatt rolled out a new website design.  I used my Hyatt credit card and points transferred from Ultimate Rewards to have a Big Honeymoon with Small Money in Paris last year!

But now the Hyatt card is back with a $50 statement credit if you make a hotel reservation at Hyatt.com

Step 1

Go to Hyatt.com

Step 2 

Search for a room.

Step 3 

Click on “Check Rates

Step 4

Click on “Book” and you should see the offer at the bottom of the screen.

If you click on the link, the card application page will open.  The terms say:

This bonus offer is for new cardmembers who respond to this instant credit offer on hyatt.com and first apply for the Hyatt Credit Card through hyatt.com as part of making a reservation.  You will qualify for and receive your statement credit after your first purchase.


I like the Hyatt credit card because of the two free nights at any Hyatt hotel and because you get a free category 1 to 4 Hyatt night every year after your first year.  The card also has no foreign transaction fees and earns 5X points at Hyatt hotels.

Now you can also get a $50 statement credit with the credit card for some Big Travel with Small Money!

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21 responses to “$50 Statement Credit With The Hyatt Credit Card When You Make a Hyatt Reservation

  1. This has been written at least a half a dozen times at View from the Wing

  2. Thanks D! I’ve been thinking about pulling the trigger on this card; just might now…

  3. Not everyone read from View from the Wing. This is the first time I’ve seen this and I’m happy to know about it so I can apply for it and get a little bonus. Also please don’t say from flyer talk, as no one wants to go thru 30 pages just to get the content you can get on this site in 30 sec.

  4. @anonymous … Go Away, let us enjoy this site. See my post yesterday in TBB.

  5. Hyatt rocks, the new partnership with MGM rocks, this card rocks (well, it’s quite good).

  6. Can I cancel my reservation after that?

  7. FWIW, I did NOT get the link offered to me (whether logged in or not) when searching for a hotel in Paris that I’m looking at, but I DID get the link when searching for a hotel in Los Angeles. So it looks like location might matter as well.

  8. Is there an annual fee with this card?

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  10. Can I get the $50 statement if I do not spend it on hyatt,com?

  11. I just got the $50 offer as indicated above, however I forgot my Hyatt Gold Passport # so I called into Customer Service to retrieve it. At the end of the short call I got a verbal offer for the Chase Hyatt card with the $75 Annual Fee *waived* for the first year! That’s better than the $50 statement credit which requires the $75 annual fee.

  12. Thanks for the info !

    In my view, this is the best deal out there. They are running a special now for using the card – maybe an extra 5000 pts. . Marriot gives you a free night every year at a category 4 – none of the Marriots we stay at. Hyatt’s free night easily pays for the annual fee.

  13. Yes – If you call in – I did today – there is a 1st year waiver of the $75 fee – but you need to then do the applicvation over the phone.

    According t the rep the suite award for being a diamond member is based on the day of application – so if my 60 day diamond trial is ending soon I should get the suite awards based on the day of application.

    One other interesting point is that the one year expiration of the awards is 1 year after they are awarded so If I do the spending later on at the 2.5 month mark then effectively I have lenghthened the value of the card since I am not sure when I will use it.

    Curious to see if in fact it works out like that – suite award based on diamond status at time of applicatrion – but one year expiration after award is posted & not a diamond member at that time.

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  16. Quick question Daraius! My wife and I want to stay at the Hyatt in Maui and would like to use the two free nights credit card and use another 2 free nights card for my wife. In theory, we would have two separate accounts with 2 free nights awarded for each account.

    We want to combine the nights to make it a full four night stay. Is this possible with this strategy? And how would you book a trip like this, maybe use the same booking name? Any insight would be helpful!

    • @Jon – Just book 2 nights on your name and a separate booking in your wife’s name. Then call Hyatt and let them know that you want to stay in the same room as your wife for 4 days and they will join the reservation.