Better Offer! Earn 2 Free Nights and $50 Statement Credit With Chase Hyatt Card!

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Better Offer! Earn 2 Free Nights and $50 Statement Credit With Chase Hyatt Card!

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There’s a better offer for the Chase Hyatt card that includes 2 free nights after meeting minimum spending requirements AND a $50 statement credit after making your first purchase with the card.

To see the better offer, you’ll need to make a test booking on the Hyatt website.

Better Offer Earn 2 Free Nights And 50 Statement Credit With Chase Hyatt Card
There’s a Way to Get a Better Offer on the Chase Hyatt Card! You Can Earn 2 Free Nights After Meeting Minimum Spending Requirements AND a $50 Statement Credit!

Chase Hyatt 2 Free Nights + $50 Statement Credit

Link:   Hyatt Hotels

With the better Chase Hyatt offer, you can earn 2 free nights at any Hyatt hotels after you spend $2,000 on purchases in the first 90 days of opening your account.  Plus, you’ll get a $50 statement credit after making your first purchase!

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

The great news is the Chase Hyatt card is not impacted by Chase’s tighter application rules.  So folks with lots of cards are still eligible to take advantage of this offer!

I’ll share the steps to finding this offer in an upcoming post!

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Would they match this if I just got the card in August?

2 nights in any Hyatt worldwide should be worth at least $25.

In the past they’ve offer a first-year waiver of the annual fee, however, it’s now $75 and NOT waived. So, you’ll be out $25 with this current offer. FYI.

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 wants 2 years, but as far as I know Chase only cares about the interval between bonuses. Any insights would be appreciated.