World of Hyatt Credit Card Promo: Earn Up To 5K Bonus Points

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If you have the World of Hyatt Credit Card (review), a pretty cool new promotion has just been rolled out that could earn you up to 5,000 bonus points.

Hyatt Card offering bonus points for transactions

Those with the World of Hyatt Credit Card can earn up to 5,000 bonus points for spending in February. The number of bonus points you earn is based on the number of transactions you make, as follows:

  • Complete 10 transactions, earn 1,000 bonus points
  • Complete 25 transactions, earn 2,500 bonus points
  • Complete 50 transactions, earn 5,000 bonus points

As you’d expect, there are some terms to be aware of:

  • You must register for the offer with your World of Hyatt number between January 28 and February 28, 2021
  • Purchases made between February 1 and February 28, 2021, count towards the promotion
  • Eligible purchases must be over $1
  • An eligible transaction includes card payments made with Swipe, Contactless, Tap and Pay, Apple Pay, Digital Wallet, reoccurring transactions, and more
  • Former Hyatt Credit Card members can use their card for this promotion while waiting for the new World of Hyatt Card to arrive

Is this Chase Hyatt offer worth it?

With this offer you can earn up to 100 World of Hyatt points per transaction, in the right increments. I value World of Hyatt points at 1.5 cents each, so to me that’s potentially like a return of $1.50 per transaction, and a maximum total return worth up to $75.

It could absolutely be worth putting the World of Hyatt Card to the front of your wallet, especially for smaller transactions, and especially for categories where the card offers bonus points.

However, it’s probably not worth forgoing huge numbers of points if other cards have better bonus categories, or using this for larger transactions, where the 100 bonus points won’t get you so far. Something tells me a lot of people will intentionally be making smaller purchases because of this offer.

Redeem World of Hyatt points at the Park Hyatt Paris

Why the Hyatt Card is worth having

For those of you who don’t have the World of Hyatt Credit Card but are considering it, there’s a lot to love about the card long-term, as it offers:

I love the anniversary free night certificate offered by the card

Bottom line

Those with the World of Hyatt Credit Card can earn up to 5,000 bonus points in February, based on the number of transactions they complete over the period. At most you can earn 100 bonus points per transaction, which I’d value at an incremental return of $1.50.

While not a life-changing promo, I’m sure many people will earn some bonus points with it.

Do you plan on taking advantage of this World of Hyatt Card bonus on transactions for February?

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  1. @Ben, thank you for posting!

    Interesting that the registration for the promotion is with Hyatt rather than Chase.

  2. @Brian Radigan: “Will Amazon reloads qualify as a transactions? : )”

    As long as each reload is $1 or more, I don’t see why not.

  3. @Nick If you view the properties of the photo mine reads “Hyatt-Place-Managua-20” so that may be it.

  4. We got a (targeted?) promo offer on our Hyatt card for 5K bonus points for $3K spend by Mar 31. This will stack nicely with that.

  5. @Brian Radigan, that’s my question too!
    If so, I’m looking at 50 Amazon reloads at $1.25 each ($62.50 out of pocket — but still available on my Amazon account — for 5,000 bonus points). LOL

  6. Offer terms seem to imply online transactions don’t count (except automatic payments)…

    “Whether you’re making in-person purchases at the grocery store, automatic payments on bills or even contactless payments at your local café, you can earn with every purchase of more than $1.”

  7. P.S. This offer seems to incentivize everyone to go to their local convenience store and buy a lot of $1 candy bars, chips, and sodas; one at a time. Cashiers all across America will be perplexed by the behavior of Hyatt Visa customers in February, LOL.

    I guess it’s a way to buy (essentially) free Super Bowl snacks. 🙂

  8. Stacks quite nicely with the 50k signup bonus I’m currently getting. This is my everyday card till I hit the min spend so probably was gonna get this regardless. Just goes to make the signup bonus 55k now and not just 50. Luh dat.

  9. How about 50 $1 donations to your favorite charity? Maybe you can even convince them to give you a low tier membership. Payback: around $1.50 per dollar spent.

  10. Don’t give $1 donations to charities. Their processing costs will wipe out the $1, and will cost them more. Even at a $5 donation, a charity employee once told me that a $5 donation barely nets a profit for the charity.

  11. Hi Lucky – low key new entry to Brisbane is Hyatt Regency, take over from a brand called Next Hotels. A opened today!

  12. 5,000 points posted to my Hyatt account today. My transactions were all grocery store self-check-out small purchases paired with Starbucks online account re-loads at the minimum amount.


    Hopefully they come out with another spend promo to compete with the monthly dining credits AmEx came out with for 2021.

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