How to Get 2 Free Nights + $50 Statement Credit With the Chase Hyatt Card

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Earlier today, I wrote about a better offer for the Chase Hyatt card.

You can earn 2 free nights at any Hyatt hotel after meeting the minimum spending requirements.  With this new offer, you’ll also get a $50 statement credit after making your first purchase with the card.

The regular offer does NOT include the $50 statement credit.

How To Get 2 Free Nights 50 Statement Credit With The Chase Hyatt Card

With the Chase Hyatt Card’s Better Offer, You’ll Get a $50 Statement Credit After Your First Purchase AND 2 Free Nights at Any Hyatt Hotel, Like the Hyatt Zilara Cancun

Emily and I don’t receive a commission for this card but we’ll always tell you about the best deals!

I’ll explain how you can find this better offer.

Chase Hyatt 2 Free Nights + $50 Statement Credit

Link:   Hyatt Hotels

With the better offer on the Chase Hyatt, you’ll get 2 free nights at ANY Hyatt hotel after spending $2,000 in the first 3 months.  Plus, you’ll get a $50 statement credit after making your first purchase.

With this card, you’ll also get perks like:

The Chase Hyatt card is not restricted by Chase’s “5/24” rule.  So most folks can apply for this card if they’re interested!

How to Find the Offer

To see the better deal, make a test booking at any hotel on the Hyatt website.

How To Get 2 Free Nights 50 Statement Credit With The Chase Hyatt Card

First, Search Any Hyatt Hotel

Choose a random hotel and click through to the final payment screen.  You do NOT have to complete the reservation to find the offer.

Near the bottom right, you’ll see an advertisement for the Chase Hyatt card offer.

How To Get 2 Free Nights 50 Statement Credit With The Chase Hyatt Card

On the “Complete Your Reservation Page”, You’ll See a Link to the Better Chase Hyatt Card Offer

Click “Learn More & Apply Now“ to access the Chase Hyatt card’s better offer application page.

Enjoy Big Travel With 2 Free Nights at Hyatt Hotels

You can use the 2 free nights at ANY Hyatt hotel, including Hyatt’s all-inclusive hotels!

Million Mile Secrets team member Scott used his free nights to have an amazing experience at the all-inclusive Hyatt Zilara Cancun.

For more ideas, here’s my series about fantastic Hyatt hotels:

If you need more Hyatt points, here are all the ways to earn them!

Bottom Line

When you make a test booking through the Hyatt hotel website, you’ll find a better offer for the Chase Hyatt card.

In addition to earning 2 free nights after meeting minimum spending requirements, you’ll get a $50 statement credit after making your first purchase.

Remember, Chase’s tougher application rules don’t apply to the Hyatt card.

Hyatt is my favorite hotel chain!  Emily and I have always had great experiences staying with them and their service is consistently top-notch.

We won’t earn a commission if you apply for this card, but we’ll always let you know when a better offer is available!

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8 responses to “How to Get 2 Free Nights + $50 Statement Credit With the Chase Hyatt Card

  1. I’ve had a Hyatt card for 5 years, but I think this would be a good time to (1) cancel the card (annual fee due on current statement) and (2) re-apply for a new Hyatt card with the $50 statement credit. My question is: How much time should I allow between steps (1) and (2)? Does Chase want to see a minimum interval between ownership of the same product? I know Citi want 2 years, but as far as I know Chase only cares about the interval between bonuses. Any insights would be appreciated.

  2. Any thoughts on getting Matched to it if I applied for it less than 90 days ago

  3. @Gene – You’re eligible to receive a new sign-up bonus 24 months after you received a bonus on the same card. But I can’t promise you’ll get approved if you cancel and re-apply. Keep in mind Chase’s tougher application rules:

    @JJ-Na – You can call Chase to see if they’ll match, but there’s no guarantee. Million Mile Secrets team member Keith recently applied for the card and Chase wouldn’t match the offer for the $50 statement credit.

  4. @MMS – It says right in the above article that the Hyatt card is not subject to the 5/24 rule explained in the link you provided. What other “tougher application rules” would you be referring to? My concern is that in order to tie up loose ends, Chase might continue my ownership of a card for a brief period after it is closed. If so, how long should I wait before I re-apply?

  5. I applied to the regular Chase Hyatt couple weeks ago. I contacted them yesterday regarding this new offer and asked for the $50 enrollment offer. They replied that there’s no such an offer available at this time…

  6. @Gene – I’m not aware of any specific timeframe you have to wait before re-applying.

    @Ed – thanks for sharing!

  7. When you say a card isn’t subject to the 5/24 rule – is that reciprocal? I know you mean that if we are >5/24 we are okay. Does it also mean that if opening the Chase Hyatt pushes us over the 5/24 that it won’t be considered a violation for cards that are? I am imagining not, but figured I’d ask.

  8. @Travis – Unfortunately, the new account will still count toward 5/24. The only exclusion for cards not counting toward the 5/24 are certain small business cards: