05-05-2013 10:25 PM
Congrats on the approval. I've had the chase hyatt card for about a year now. There are two free nights, plus 2 free upgrades, and a free room once a year (anniversary). That makes up for the $75 AF.
As far as the perks, whenever I've given my hyatt number to the hotels, I've literally always been given a free room upgrade. On New Years, I received an upgrade at the downtown hyatt hotel to a junior sweet for free. Don't be afraid to ask for upgrades to rooms!
05-05-2013 10:33 PM
05-06-2013 06:44 AM
grats for your upcoming wedding and for the great CL.
I am wondering why do you have that orchard card still in your wallet?
Was just approved for the Chase Hyatt card with a CL of 24k. Was definitely not expecting that.
Great sign-up bonus too. $100 credit statement on first purchase [just booked a long weekend in NYC] and 2 free nights at any Hyatt property after spending 1k in 3 months. Planning a honeymoon soon. I'm going to convince my fiance to app, too. Hello Maldives!
05-06-2013 09:53 AM
Yea they seem to be super generous with the credit limits for that card. We both just got ours, and booked 4 nights at the Hyatt in Tokyo for our anniversary week (and will use UR points, plus points from our spend on the card for a few nights at the Hyatt Kyoto). The Grand Hyatt in Tokyo is about 550-600/night after taxes and other fees, so it was basically a $2200 sign up bonus for the cards.
And even though the yearly free nights are for Cat 1-4, Hyatt has some pretty nice Cat 4's available. We'll have a Delta companion pass available at the end of the year (from Delta Plat), and then once our Hyatt free nights become available, we're going here for a long weekend: Escala Lodge - Park City
06-08-2013 02:48 AM - edited 06-08-2013 02:49 AM
I have two Chase cards, one is a vanilla card with $4,000 limit, the other is the Marriott Premier Visa with $14,500 limit. Have 6 cards total, 5 with zero balance and 1 with $10,200 balance and $13,000 CL. Both Chase cards have zero balance. Just applied for this card and got instant approved for $18,500 CL. $105,000 stated income. EQ 720.
06-08-2013 01:48 PM - edited 06-08-2013 01:49 PM
They seem to be really generous with that card. They approved me for $5k last year, when my CS at like a 620 and my reporting income was $42K. But it's a great card. I've had a great experience with it. You get treated like a king when you into a Hyatt w/ that card.
06-08-2013 08:44 PM
That is the highest starting CL for a Chase card I've ever heard! Congratulations!!!
Sounds like Chase wants you to stay at the Hyatt a lot
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