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Update: The offer mentioned in this post is expired.
You Can Still Get a 60K Bonus on the World of Hyatt Card
The World of Hyatt credit card has been a big hit. Mark calls it the new king of hotel cards in his review. The card has a lot to offer. It has a lucrative welcome offer, a good earning structure, valuable points, and nice spending bonuses. Unfortunately Chase instilled the Chase 5/24 rule on all cards so it is not available to everyone like it used to be.
The card had a public offer of 60,000 points until yesterday, but as previously announced, it has been lowered to 50,000 points. But if you missed out, you still have a chance to get the better bonus. Doctor of Credit posted this link that shows the
60,000 offer. I’m not sure how long it will last, so get on it before it’s gone.
- Earn 40,000 Bonus Points after you spend $3,000 on purchases within the first 3 months of account opening.
- Plus, earn an additional 20,000 Bonus Points after you spend $6,000 total on purchases within the first 6 months of account opening.offer details reference link
Before the card was relaunched the bonus always hovered between 40-50,000 points. The current 60,000 point offer is as high as it has ever been. It is unclear if it will ever reach these levels again.
The World of Hyatt credit card is a great card to have in your wallet. This phantom link offer of 60,000 points is more lucrative than the Sapphire Preferred or Sapphire Reserve card at this point. If it was on your list don’t miss out and get it before this link dies out too.
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