My wife and I got the Chase Hyatt card a few months ago. We thought it was a sweet deal then. Two free nights worldwide, your first night deposited after first purchase and your next night after $1000 spent in 3 months. Could it get any sweeter? It could and it did.
Now with the Chase Hyatt you get your two free nights after first purchase. There is no minimum spend requirement! Now just go to the store by yourself a pack of gum and you’ve got two free nights. So why are the Hyatt two free nights so special? There are other cards that offer more free night bonuses right? That’s true. One of my favorites is the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express that offers six free nights at a category 1 or 2 hotel. What makes the Chase Hyatt stand out isn’t the quanity it’s the quality. You’re able to spend two nights at ANY Hyatt worldwide.
This means you could spend two nights at the ultra modern Palacio Duhau in Buenos Aires (which is where I’ll be staying in May) which runs around $450/night. Or you could relax at the elegant Park Hyatt Paris regurlarly priced around 660 euros/night. Or if you really wanted an exceptional stay go to the posh Grand Hyatt Dubai which would normally go for around $960/night. All great five star options that coule be a pssibility.
In full disclousure and if you want to get technical, this offer really isn’t for two free nights. Due to the fact that a $75 annual fee is assessed immediatly after card activation. But getting two nights at a five star hotel for $75 is still pretty darn good in my opinion.
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