Earn 4,000 Bonus World of Hyatt Points (Targeted)


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Hyatt has emailed out targeted Hyatt Credit Card cardholders (it appears those who don’t use this card much), an offer where you can earn up to 4,000 World of Hyatt bonus points.

It may be that many cardholders keep this card for the annual free night, however don’t spend much on the card. If you’re targeted you’ll receive an email from Chase where you can enroll in the offer. However, to earn the full 4,000 bonus points, you’d have to spend $8,000 on the card, which makes this a lackluster offer at best.

Details: Shop with your Hyatt Credit Card and earn 500 extra Bonus Points after you make a purchase of at least $1,000 from January 15, 2018 to March 31, 2018. You can earn 500 extra Bonus Points on up to 8 eligible purchases, for a total of up to 4,000 extra Bonus Points.1 This is in addition to the Bonus Points you always earn with your card!

Offer Terms: Additional 500 points on purchase transactions of $1,000 or more: To be eligible for this bonus offer, you must log on to the website referenced in this offer and enroll by 03/31/18 11:59 p.m. ET. You’ll earn an additional 500 points, up to a maximum of 4,000 points, for the entire promotional period, on purchases of $1,000 or more when you use your Hyatt credit card for transactions from 01/15/2018 through 03/31/2018. A purchase transaction must bill and post to your account in an amount that is equal to or greater than $1,000; for example, purchase transactions with items that ship at different times and bill in amounts less than $1,000 will not qualify for this bonus. Your bonus points are calculated each billing cycle based on the number of purchase transactions of $1,000 or more during the promotional period that falls within that billing cycle. Points earned in a monthly billing cycle are generally available to be used at the beginning of the next billing cycle; bonus points earned on purchases made near the end of a billing cycle may take up to one additional billing cycle to become available. You’ll see points you’ve earned on chase.com and on your monthly card billing statement. See Rewards Program Agreement for details on qualifying purchases. Bonus points are subject to the Rewards Program Agreement. Credit card product changes during the promotional period will forfeit this bonus offer. To qualify for this promotional offer, account must be open and not in default at the time of fulfillment. This promotional offer is non-transferable. This is a limited time offer.

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Comments

  1. I use the Hyatt card all the time. Most people who don’t use it are using the CSR instead and converting ult rewards to Hyatt when needed. I have no need for the CSR other than for the ultimate points to be converted to Hyatt points however, and don’t dine enough to make that point differential worth it. Needless to say, I didn’t get the offer. However, why call it ‘weak sauce’? It is still a 50% bonus (1.5 pts per dollar) on non-bonus category purchases. The snobbery amongst bloggers about how promos are never ‘good enough’ just keeps on going.

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