Calculating Your Value - The Hyatt Credit Card from Chase

Calculating Your Value - The Hyatt Credit Card from Chase


Sign-Up Bonus
  • 2 free nights at any Hyatt properties worldwide after $1,000 spend in 3 months.
Other Benefits
  • Earn 3 points for every $1 spent at all Hyatt properties, 2 points for every $1 spent at restaurants on airline tickets purchased directly from the airline and at car rental agencies, and earn 1 point for every $1 spent elsewhere. 
  • Receive automatic Hyatt Gold Passport Platinum elite membership.
  • No foreign transaction fees, and Smart Chip technology for extra protections and ease of use in Europe. 
Annual Fee
  • $75, waived first year.  You will earn a free night at category 1-4 property every year after your card anniversary.


Calculate Your Value

For those meeting the promotional spend requirement and redeeming the two free nights at one of Hyatt's most expensive category 7 hotels, BestCashCow calculates the value of the sign-up bonus to easily in excess of $1,200.

BestCashCow estimates the value of 1,000 Hyatt points to be between $17 and $35.  A cardholder spending $25,000 a year, including $1,000 at Hyatt hotels and $5,000 in dining or airline tickets, would receive 32,000 Hyatt points annually which BestCashCow calculates the value to be between $544 and $1,120.   Additionally, the free anniversary night in a category 1-4 property represents value that more than covers the annual fee after the first year. 


Compare this credit card with those of other major hotel chain loyalty programs.


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