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

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

Million Mile Secrets$50 Statement Credit With The Hyatt Credit Card When You Make a Hyatt ReservationMillion Mile Secrets Team

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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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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!

Million Mile Secrets

@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.

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.

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.

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.

Million Mile Secrets

@TrAAveller - Good to know and better than the $50 statement credit!

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

Million Mile Secrets

@ken - You have to make a Hyatt booking to get the credit.

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