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Chase Hyatt Signup Offer

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  1. achen24

    Hi All,

    I was recently booking a Hyatt stay and got an sign up offer for the Chase Hyatt Card different from the current 60,000 hyatt points after $6000 spend.

    The signup offer I received was for 30,000 hyatt points plus a $150 statement credit after first purchase and after $2000 spend.

    I am leaning towards signing up for the lower hyatt points offer and the statement credit because of the lower minimum spend requirement to get the bonus and also I would get more points for every $1000 spent 1.5:1 vs. 1:1 in addition to the statement credit.

    However, I was hoping to get some thoughts from you all as to whether or not I’m missing out more by not signing up for the current 60,000 hyatt points offer.

    Thanks!

  2. rickyw

    Hyatt points are relatively easy to come by because of the partnership with Chase Ultimate Rewards. I’d go for the lower spend and statement credit if you already have a substantial balance of points. Starting from zero – go big!

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