Published on June 21st, 2017 | by William Charles92
[Expired] Chase Hyatt Two Free Night + $50 + 5,000 Point Bonus
Deal is no longer available (converts to 40,000 point offer with no statement credit after logging in)
Everybody is talking about the Chase Hyatt card as the bonus will be switching to 40,000 points on June 29th. If you prefer the free nights offer then go for this bonus as it also includes the $50 statement credit.
Direct link to offer (if that doesn’t work, try making a dummy booking)
- Chase Hyatt is offering the following bonus:
- 2 free nights after $2,000 in spend within the first three months of account opening
- $50 statement credit after your first purchase
- 5,000 points after adding an authorized user and them making their first purchase (not specifically mentioned on sign up bonus, but this applies to all Chase Hyatt cards)
- Annual fee of $75 not waived
- Card earns at the following rates:
- 3x points on all Hyatt hotels and resorts purchases
- 2x points on restaurants, airline tickets purchased directly from the airline and car rental agencies
- 1x points on all other purchases
- No foreign transaction fees
- Free night at category 1-4 property on your card member anniversary
- World of Hyatt Discoverist Status as long as you’re a card member
- Doesn’t fall under the Chase 5/24 rule
- Not eligible if you’ve received a bonus on this card in the past 24 months
- Might be possible to turn the free night certificates into points when they expire
This is the best offer on this card, apart from targeted 50,000/40,000 point bonuses that some people might prefer. This bonus used to have a minimum spending requirement of $1,000 but that was increased to $2,000. This offer is almost always available, we thought it might have expired on 03/01/2017 (thanks to our spreadsheet again) but that is not the case.
This is one of the better offers on Chase credit cards that are not subjected to the 5/24 rule. As always please read through this list of things everybody should know about Chase credit cards before applying or asking questions in the comments (as they have likely already been answered in more detail). I’m on the fence about adding this to our list of the best credit card offers, would like to hear readers thoughts.
Hat tip to reader Justin