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Argh! Of course, when I’m ready to apply for the Hyatt card, the offer that gave a $75 statement credit seems not to work any more. Any chance there might be a working link out there somewhere? Thanks for the website.
The Chase Hyatt credit card offers 2 free nights at any Hyatt hotel, but charges a $75 annual fee which is not waived for the first year.
- Existing Diamond members get the 2 free nights from the Hyatt credit card in a suite
- Existing Platinum members get 2 suite upgrade certificates for paid stays. The 2 free nights from the Hyatt credit card are in standard rooms.
And paying the $75 fee after the 1st year is well worth it because you get 1 night free in a category 1 to 4 Hyatt hotel after your 1st year.
I shared a working link to the offer with the $75 statement credit earlier (my affiliate link doesn’t waive the $75 statement credit), but that doesn’t seem to work any longer.
But reader IH commented:
When I go to Hyatt’s web site & try to book a room I see a link for the credit card offer WITH the $75 credit!
I checked it out and searched for a room at the Park Hyatt in Paris for the random date of July 18 for 850 Euros or $1,062 (insert obligatory blogger remark of how the Park Hyatt in Paris a great use for those 2 free nights from the Hyatt credit card).
Sure enough, I could see a link to the offer with the $75 statement credit. Thanks again to readers for the low down on how to find the $75 statement credit!
Bottom Line: I don’t know if this will work for everyone, but it’s worth a try to save $75 if you’re applying for the Chase Hyatt card soon! Either way, the 2 free nights from the Hyatt credit card will save you money if you redeem them at almost any Hyatt hotel.