Chase Hyatt Gold Passport Credit Card

Hyatt Credit Card

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Card Details

Signing Promotion

None - 2 free nights at any Hyatt, worldwide, after spending $1,000 in the first 3 months.

Reward Rate

1.50%* question

Annual Fee

$75

APR, Variable

Purchase: 15.24%
Penalty APR: Up to 29.99%, Variable
Cash Advance APR: 19.24%, Variable

Intro APR Promotions

None
Card Features
  • Begin with 2 Free Nights at Hyatt properties worldwide, after spending $1,000 in the first 3 months from account opening with the Hyatt Credit Card
  • Receive 1 Free Night each year on your anniversary in any Category 1-4 property
  • No foreign transaction fees and Smart Chip protection on international purchases
  • 3 Hyatt Gold Passport points for every $1 spent with your Hyatt Card at all Hyatt properties
  • New: Now more points in more places, 2 Hyatt Gold Passport points for every $1 spent at restaurants, on airline tickets purchased directly with the airline and at car rental agencies
  • 1 Hyatt Gold Passport point for every $1 spent on purchases elsewhere
  • There are no limits to the points you can earn
thumbsupPros
  • High rewards rate
  • No foreign transaction fee
thumbsdownCons
  • Has annual fee

NerdWallet Review

Author: NerdWallet
The biggest perk of the card is its signup bonus: 2 nights' stay at any Hyatt worldwide. Since the average daily rate at Hyatt hotels in 2010 was $157, we value the bonus at around $314. Its rewards rate is just okay - 1 Hyatt Gold Passport Point for every $1 spent, and 3 points for every $1 spent on Hyatt purchases.

You can probably do better with the Discover Escape or Capital One Venture Rewards, both of which give 2% rewards on all purchases and allow you to redeem rewards for any travel expense, including Hyatt stays. Those two cards, as well as the Hyatt, have no foreign transaction fee.

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