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Chase Card Services has inked a multi-year deal with Hyatt extending their relationship with the co-branded Hyatt credit card program. On the heels of this news came the announcement that the World of Hyatt, the hotel chain's loyalty program, will keep on being a point transfer partner in the Chase Ultimate Rewards program.
Chase and Hyatt began their partnership just about ten years ago, a relationship providing cardholders with a wide range of rewards and benefits. “We are very pleased to extend our collaboration with Chase, continuing to deliver exclusive value through World of Hyatt and creating new, meaningful travel experiences for our mutual customers,” said Maryam Banikarim, Global Chief Marketing Officer at Hyatt.
“We’ll continue working with Chase to find new ways to enhance the card and its many benefits for our community of members,” she added.
The Hyatt Credit Card Rewards
When people are approved for the Hyatt credit card they can earn two free nights with a $2,000 spend over the course of the first 90 days they have the card. Cardholders also get a free night every year on their anniversary.
With this card, people can earn triple points when booking stays at Hyatt hotels. They also earn double points when eating out at restaurants, and when booking airline tickets via the airline rather than through third-party reseller sites. All other purchases net consumers one point per dollar.
When traveling abroad cardholders do not have to pay any foreign transaction fees, and they also get Baggage Delay Insurance and Lost Luggage Reimbursement along with other benefits.
There is a $75 annual fee for the card.
With these deals in place World of Hyatt will keep on being a point transfer partner in Chase’s rewards program, which means that Ultimate Rewards points can be transferred at full 1:1 value. For travelers, this means that each Chase Ultimate Rewards point equals one World of Hyatt point. They can then use their points to book rooms at 700 Hyatt properties located in 56 countries.
“Continuing to bring together the flexibility, value and choice of Ultimate Rewards with the expansive network of Hyatt properties provides great value to our shared customers and allows travelers to make the most of their earned rewards,” said Lorraine Hansen, Head of Ultimate Rewards and Loyalty Solutions at Chase.
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