Increased Minimum Spend Requirement With the Hyatt Credit Card

Sep 12, 2016

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Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here – The Hyatt Credit Card

The Hyatt Credit Card is one of the best options for travelers who stay at Hyatt properties around the world. The card previously offered a sign-up bonus of two free nights at any Hyatt hotel if you spend $1,000 in the first three months, but the card has since changed its sign-up bonus to require $2,000 in spend within the first three months. However, it looks like that’s the only part of the card that’s changed — you’ll still get the 5,000-point authorized user bonus.

Even with the increased minimum spend to get the sign-up bonus, the card is still a good deal for travelers who stay at Hyatt properties. Considering that you can earn two free nights from the sign-up bonus, that could be well worth the extra effort. You’ll earn 3 points per dollar on all Hyatt purchases, 2 points per dollar on purchases at restaurants, on airline tickets purchased directly through the airline and at car rental agencies, and 1 point per dollar on all other purchases. The Hyatt Credit Card comes with a $75 annual fee, no foreign transaction fees and you’ll get one free night every year at any Category 1-4 property.

Featured image courtesy of the Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa.

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