Thursday, November 3rd, 2011, 2:36 pm
In August, Chase added an enhancement to the Hyatt card, a free night (excluding hotels in category 5 or 6) on every Anniversary of having the card.
Numerous DansDeals Forum members who opened a Chase Hyatt card since August are now reporting that they have received the free Anniversary night along with the free nights signup bonus at any Hyatt for opening the card!
If you have opened the Hyatt card since August check your Hyatt.com account online under “my awards” and post a comment if you also have a free anniversary night in addition to the 2 free nights for signing up.
More about the Hyatt card:
-Current non-elites earn 1 free night at any Hyatt worldwide without blackout dates for spending $1 and another free night after spending $1,000.
-Current non-elites also earn Platinum status with free internet, bonus points, upgrades, guaranteed avaialbility, expedited checkin, and late checkout, for as long as they have the card.
-Platinums at the time of application (including those who status-matched to Platinum) earn 2 free nights at any Hyatt worldwide without blackout dates for spending $1 and earn 2 suite upgrades on paid stays of up 7 days each.
-Diamonds at the time of application (including those who status-matched to Diamond) earn 2 free nights in a suite at any Hyatt worldwide without blackout dates for spending $1.
-You can use your free signup nights at high-end Hyatt hotels include the Park Hyatt Sydney, Park Hyatt Maldives, and the Park Hyatt Paris, where nights in a standard room can cost as much as $1,200 each!
-There are no blackout dates or capacity controls on Hyatt award nights. Plus there are no taxes or resort fees on award nights with Hyatt!
-Earn a free night (excluding hotels in category 5 or 6) for every year that you keep the card.
-Triple points for spending at Hyatt.
-No foreign exchange fees.
-$75 annual fee.
Need more Hyatt points? The Chase Sapphire Preferred and Chase Ink Bold cards will each give over 50,000 points for signing up. Hyatt hotels are broken up into 6 categories that cost between 5,000-22,000 points per night.