Last Day to Get Hyatt Visa with 2 Free Nights at Any Hotel and No Minimum Spending Required

I’m told that the offer for the Hyatt Visa with 2 free nights at any Hyatt property, no minimum spending requirement will stop working before 10am Eastern on Tuesday.

Chase is introducing a $1000 minimum spend requirement within first three months to earn the signup bonus on the card. And they updated most of the links, including the main website for the card, at the end of last week.

My link — which offers referral credit to me if you choose to use it — has continued to allow folks to sign up for the card and still earn their two free nights after first purchase (of any amount), no minimum spending necessary.

I have a Hyatt Visa in my wallet, and burned my two free nights at the Grand Hyatt Singapore.

Details of the card:

  • Signup bonus: Two free nights at any Hyatt property. If you are existing Platinum Gold Passport member, you also receive two confirmed suite upgrades for use on paid stays. If you are a Diamond Gold Passport member, your two free nights will be in a suite. You can use the free nights at the Park Hyatt Maldives, Park Hyatt Tokyo, Park Hyatt Zurich, or wherever you wish. I used mine at the Grand Hyatt Singapore.

  • Elite status: Cardholders receive Platinum status in the Gold Passport program as long as they have the card, primarily useful for free internet and priority to avoid lesser rooms, plus 2pm late checkout. And spending on the card helps you reach DIamond status — $20,000 generates 2 stays and 5 nights of elite credit, and spending $40,000 in a year provides an additional 3 stays and 5 nights.

  • Points-earning: Triple points at Hyatt, double points on restaurant spend, airfare, and rental cars. (One point per dollar everywhere else.)

If this card is in your plans, you may want to jump on it before Tuesday morning when the minimum spending requirement to receive the bonus will kick in.

About Gary Leff

Gary Leff is one of the foremost experts in the field of miles, points, and frequent business travel - a topic he has covered since 2002. Co-founder of frequent flyer community Milepoint.com, emcee of the Freddie Awards, and named one of the "World's Top Travel Experts" by Conde' Nast Traveler (2010-Present) Gary has been a guest on most major news media, profiled in several top print publications, and published broadly on the topic of consumer loyalty. More About Gary »

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Comments

  1. It’s been said on other posts that the free nights expire one year from application for the card.

    Having heard that the card had been the same for the past several years I just applied for the Sapphire Preferred card a few weeks ago rather than the Hyatt card. Looks like I’ll just have to manage another min spend.

  2. Is today Groundhog Day? I swear I just read and almost identical post on your blog 3 days ago.

  3. Thankfully all the other Hat Tipping Boarding Area bloggers don’t (yet…….the day is not over) stoop low enough to grovel for more referral money with the exact same credit card pumping post twice in 4 days!!!!

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