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Hyatt Visa CC (Chase)

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Hyatt Visa CC (Chase)

Well, I see that Chase has added a new CC to their list -- the Hyatt Card.  Three Hyatt Gold Passport points for every dollar spent at Hyatt properties.  One Hyatt Gold Passport point on purchases elsewhere.  APR is 15.24%.  Annual fee $75. Two free nights at any Hyatt any place in the world after first use of CC.  Although I do love Hyatt hotels and resorts, this card clearly doesn't seem worth it, but thought I'd pass along the info for those who may be interested. 


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Re: Hyatt Visa CC (Chase)

yeah I had the hotel cards from amex and quickly decided I would never be able to accumulate the points for free nights so PC to blue and jetblue

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Re: Hyatt Visa CC (Chase)

Creditaddict, which hotel cards did you have?  I get offers from Hilton and Starwood all the time but I never bit.  I have the Travelocity AmEx and the only reason I applied was to have an AmEx in my mix of credit (without AmEx being the actual bank) and the fact that I can use whatever points I have accrued as a credit towards anything book on Travelocity.  There's no annual fee either.  Othewise, it's not worth it either. 


Starting Score: TU 723, EQ 708
Current Score: TU 796, EQ 743
Goal Score: TU 800, EQ 800


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Starting Score: 708
Current Score: 743
Goal Score: 800


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Re: Hyatt Visa CC (Chase)

 


Uniqua wrote:

Creditaddict, which hotel cards did you have?  I get offers from Hilton and Starwood all the time but I never bit.  I have the Travelocity AmEx and the only reason I applied was to have an AmEx in my mix of credit (without AmEx being the actual bank) and the fact that I can use whatever points I have accrued as a credit towards anything book on Travelocity.  There's no annual fee either.  Othewise, it's not worth it either. 


I had PC into Hilton Premier and Starwood.  I got the bonus points after first purchase for both cards and then about a month later PC again