Chase Hyatt Credit Card Holders: 40% Bonus on Points Purchases

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Our Chase Hyatt Credit Card may not be the one we pull out of the sock drawer very often, but it looks like Chase and Hyatt are doing their best to change that. Recently, my Chase Hyatt Credit Card came out of hiding for the $20 off $50 Whole Foods deal, and now with this promo, I’ll take a look at my Hyatt hotel schedule. This deal may be a good one for some of us to use, as well. For instance, when you buy 10,000 Hyatt points, you will get a 40% bonus.  14,000 Hyatt points for $240 is just under 2 CPP.

Most of my favorite Hyatt properties are 15,000 points a night and well over $240 a night, so I’m considering jumping on this offer. How about you? Any interest in this deal or has Hyatt left a bitter taste in your mouth these days with all their elite status changes?

6 thoughts on “Chase Hyatt Credit Card Holders: 40% Bonus on Points Purchases

  1. Marshall

    I don’t think it’s worth it. Hyatt points are worth about 1.5 to 1.6 cents. They need at least a 50% bonus for me to consider.

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    1. Shelli Post author

      HI Marshall, The highest I’ve ever seen Hyatt go is 40%. Maybe they read TWG and they’ll go to 50% sometime soon :) We’d all like that deal even better! Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment.

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  2. scott

    Gee i don’t know– the Math seems off.
    Your cost of the 14K pts is $240. And then you note that the cash costs is also $240 per nite. so why buy points at all? doesn’t look like you’re saving anything.

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    1. Shelli Post author

      HI Scott, Many of the hotels cost much more (“well over”) than $240 at the 15k point level, so those are the ones I’d go for. Thanks for reading!

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