Last chance to earn 75,000 bonus points on the World of Hyatt Business Credit Card

Apr 7, 2022

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Reasonable award rates. Five-star properties worldwide. Lucrative elite status benefits.

These are just a few of the reasons why we love the World of Hyatt program. But the major caveat is that these points can be a bit harder to earn than its hotel counterparts, such as Hilton Honors and Marriott Bonvoy.

Of course, one of the easiest ways to rack up thousands of points every year is to spend on a cobranded hotel credit card.

For a long time, Hyatt only had a consumer card (the World of Hyatt Credit Card), which offers terrific benefits for just $95 per year. However, we had hoped for a premium version or a business card come down the line.

And in the fall, we got exactly what we wished for with the launch of the World of Hyatt Business Credit Card — and with a lucrative welcome offer to boot. New cardholders will earn 75,000 bonus points after you spend $7,500 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening. TPG values Hyatt points at 1.7 cents each, so that’s equivalent to $1,275 in Hyatt stays.

(Photo by John Gribben for The Points Guy)

After launching more than six months ago, this welcome offer is officially coming to an end on Monday, April 11, so consider this your last warning to apply to earn a large sum of Hyatt points.

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Current welcome offer

Save up your Hyatt points for the desired Alila Napa Valley property. (Photo by Zach Honig/The Points Guy)

New applicants of the World of Hyatt Business Credit Card will earn 75,000 bonus points after spending $7,500 in the first three months of account opening. That breaks down to $2,500 in spend per month.

These points can be used across the World of Hyatt portfolio, which includes brands like Park Hyatt and Andaz along with a few hundred Small Luxury Hotels of the World. You can also now use your points at select all-inclusive properties — with more to come later this year.

Keep in mind there’s a $199 annual fee on the card, but there are many perks to help offset this cost — including up to $100 in Hyatt statement credits each cardmember year.

Related: The best increased card offers to sign up for this month

Who can apply?

Woman looks at credit card while going over business expenses
You don’t need a physical storefront to qualify for a business card. (Photo by Hero Images / Getty Images)

While this card is catered to business owners — and it’s an especially good card if frequently stay at Hyatt properties for business travel — non-traditional business owners may be eligible for the card as well.

With any business credit card, you don’t necessarily need a physical storefront or formal company to qualify. Whether you’re self-employed, freelance or are an Uber driver, you can qualify for a business card — including the World of Hyatt Business Card.

Additionally, if you already carry the personal World of Hyatt Credit Card, you’re eligible to apply for the business version as well. Just remember that this card falls under Chase’s 5/24 rule, which means that you likely won’t qualify if you’ve opened five or more credit cards (across all issuers) in the past 24 months.

Related: Credit card showdown: World of Hyatt card versus World of Hyatt Business card

Is the World of Hyatt Business Card worth it?

This beautiful property in Iceland costs 30,000 points per night. (Photo courtesy of Stella Shon/The Points Guy)

At the $199 price point, the World of Hyatt Business Credit Card likely isn’t the right fit for all travelers. Here’s a quick rundown of the ongoing benefits you can expect from the card:

  • Earn an additional 4 points per dollar on Hyatt stays (on top of what you earn as a World of Hyatt member), 2 points per dollar on your top three eligible spend categories (through Dec. 31, 2022), 2 points per dollar on gym memberships and 1 point per dollar on all other eligible purchases.
  • Up to $100 in annual Hyatt credits: Spend $50 or more at any Hyatt property and earn a $50 statement credit (available twice per card anniversary year).
  • A Hyatt Leverage membership, Hyatt’s global business travel program that offers discounts at participating Hyatt hotels to qualifying companies.
  • 10% redemption bonus: Spend $50,000 in a calendar year and get 10% of your redeemed points back for the rest of the year (on up to 200,000 points redeemed).
  • Automatic World of Hyatt Discoverist elite status and the ability to gift status to up to five employees.
  • No additional cost to add employee cards.
  • Travel and purchase protections.
  • No foreign transaction fees.

Although Hyatt recently raised award rates at a number of popular properties, there are many still many sweet spots to extract maximum value from your points.

For instance, you can get up to eight nights at the Park Hyatt Mendoza, up to six nights at the Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve Puerto Rico or up to two nights at the Andaz Maui from the welcome bonus alone.

Related: An underwhelming reveal: Here’s why the new Chase Hyatt Business Card is a disappointment

Bottom line

The World of Hyatt Business Card is a great option for earning thousands of Hyatt points every year.

Plus, at least for the first year, the World of Hyatt Business card is a compelling offering, as it offers applicants the chance to earn 75,000 bonus Hyatt points. In comparison, the consumer version only offers up to 60,000 bonus points — so be sure to apply before this welcome bonus before it ends on Monday, April 11.


Official application link: World of Hyatt Business Credit Card.


Featured photo by Stella Shon/The Points Guy. 

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