Hyatt Cardholders: Get 40% Bonus Points With Hyatt’s Buy Points Promotion

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Earlier this week, I wrote about a targeted Hyatt points purchase promotion.  Now there’s good news for folks with the Chase Hyatt card!

Via RedditChase Hyatt cardholders can get a 40% bonus on Hyatt points purchases through July 31, 2016

Emily and I don’t earn a commission for the Hyatt card, but we’ll always tell you about the best offers!

Hyatt Cardholders Get 40 Bonus Points With Hyatts Buy Points Promotion

Hyatt Has Amazing Locations All Over the World. And Sometimes It Makes Sense to Purchase Hotel Points for a Stay!

I’ll help you decide if you should buy points with this deal.

Hyatt Cardmember Buy Points Promotion

Link:   Hyatt Cardholder Buy Points Promotion

Through July 31, 2016, Chase Hyatt cardholders can earn a 40% bonus on Hyatt points purchases.

If you have the card, you likely received an email about the deal.  But if you didn’t, you can go here and enter your name and Hyatt Gold Passport number to buy points through the promotion.

Hyatt Cardholders Get 40 Bonus Points With Hyatts Buy Points Promotion

Hyatt Cardholders Get a 40% Bonus on Points Purchased by July 31, 2016

To earn the bonus, you must buy a minimum of 5,000 Hyatt points.  You can purchase a maximum of 55,000 Hyatt points per year.

Is This a Good Deal?

Depending on where you plan to use your points, it could be worth taking advantage of this deal.  Because it could save you hundreds of dollars!  Just do the math to see if it makes sense for you.

You can read my recent post about a targeted buy points promotion from Hyatt for an example of how buying points can save you money!

And if you can combine this deal with the 10% points back promotion for Hyatt cardholders that runs through October 31, 2016, you’ll save even more!  Remember, you must register to get your 10% rebate.

Want More Hyatt Points?

Besides buying points, you can earn points by using the Chase Hyatt card.  And by transferring Chase Ultimate Rewards points.

Bottom Line

Hyatt is offering Chase Hyatt cardholders a 40% bonus on points purchases through July 31, 2016.

If you have a particular Hyatt stay planned, it might make sense to purchase Hyatt points!  And you can save even more if you combine it with the 10% points back deal that runs through October 31, 2016.

If you don’t want to buy points, don’t forget you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to Hyatt at a 1:1 ratio.  And the Chase Hyatt card comes with 2 free nights at ANY Hyatt hotel after meeting minimum spending requirements.

We’ll don’t earn a commission for the Hyatt card, but we want you to get Big Travel with Small Money.  So we’ll always tell you about the best deals!

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9 responses to “Hyatt Cardholders: Get 40% Bonus Points With Hyatt’s Buy Points Promotion

  1. I am not sure why you promoting Hyatt rewards program that heavily. I recently joined this program with Hyatt Chase card and I had WORST experience compare to other rewards programs I participate in.
    My anniversary night expired, and they did not wanted to extended even for a couple on weeks.. I paid my credit card annual fee for NOTHING. The point is I was unable to book a night during annual validity because of thechnical issues with their website at the end of June! And they could not do anything now?! Their website IS A BIG JOKE. Their customer service only knows how to say “No”.
    Will try to call Chase and either get assistance or close the card. Anyone else had any luck with extending Hyatt anniversary night?
    Thanks for feedback.

  2. You obviously don’t understand the program. Do your homework next time so you don’t waste your money. We always use our free nights. Good program.

  3. Yes, you can “use” them, if you work your schedule around “making sure I cash out my Hyatt nights”. But for people who travel to place they like to go and at the time they like to go, these free nights have not much of value. Especially with Hyatt devaluation, TERRIBLE website and no ability to check available rewards night without spending time on a phone.
    Honestly, there are very limited number of Hyatts compare to other brands and even if there a Hyatt hotel at my destination (remember, it should be Cat 4 or below), in prevailing majority of cases it rated below other brands.

  4. I booked 4 nights in Nov at the hyatt key west during the speed boat races using the free award nights from becoming a chase card holder 2 me 2 husband. Took a little work and a phone call but I will be enjoying a stay worth $2000. As for the website a little clunky but I researched dates with award night available without a hitch. Plus by using the language in hyatt own material,and calling I was able to get all 4 nights on rewards even though web showed only 2 nights were permitted.

  5. Been a Hyatt cardholder for about 4 years. Able to use the free night 3 of out 4 years for hotels with rates > $200. Certainly not the easiest program to use but for $75, the free night is a good benefit. I tend to try to use it a few months ahead of expiration to avoid issues.

  6. Hyatt program is the best

  7. Best Program around..I just booked my 2 free nights at the ziva in Cancun ………alll inclusive, value $1300…Lots of upscale Hyatts in the US to use your 2 free nights if Cancun isn’t your bag. . I also called to extend a certificate to no avail., but thats the rules, no problem.

  8. @Leslie – Happy to hear you were able to use your free nights for such a great stay!

    @Sue – I’ve heard lots of great things about the Hyatt Ziva Cancun. Hope you’ll tell us about your stay when you’re back!

  9. Never had a problem with Hyatt! Best hotel brand ever. You should not wIt until tour free night expire. If I’m not able to use them free nights and are close to expiration, I book a staycation at the Hyatt Regency International Drive with my husband’s free night and mine attach one bedroom with points and cash and give it a suite upgrade and stay with my grown up kids and celebrated Thanksgiving one year and New Year’s Eve the next year. Had the card since 2012 thanks to Daraius and Emily’s blog and just recently cancelled, only to re apply to it again and get the two night free. First year we used them at Park Hyatt Vendome in Paris!