Hyatt Business Signup Bonus

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It’s no shock that we love Hyatt stays. We find that we get a very oversized value for the number of points we use. So we are always trying to find more ways to earn Hyatt points. Right now the World of Hyatt Business Card has a signup bonus of 60K Hyatt Points after a $5000 minimum spend in 3 months.

 

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World of Hyatt Business Credit Card

 

The personal World of Hyatt Credit Card has had a mediocre signup bonus for a long time. 30K Hyatt Points after a $3000 spend is just okay. And don’t even get me started on spending an additional $12,000 to earn another 30k in points! That is just a bad plan – that $12,000 can get me 3-4 more signup bonuses from different personal cards. I could also apply for 2 Chase Ink Business credit cards and get 150K in Ultimate Rewards with that additional $12k in spend (plus a little more).

 

Business Card Perks

New cardholders who apply and are approved for the card by October 6, 2022, will receive two Tier-Qualifying Night Credits per eligible night from August 23, 2022, through December 31, 2022. This addition of the extra elite nights is what makes this offer so compelling now. You can read more about the business card here.

Not only do these extra elite nights make it quicker to reach Globalist Status if you are not doing a status challenge, but it also makes it easier to reach Hyatt Milestone Rewards. I am all over Globalist Status after our Hyatt Guest of Honor Booking this last weekend. My next goal? Getting some of those Milestone Rewards!

 

Screenshot of Hyatt Milestone Rewards

 

Using  Hyatt Points

We have stayed at some amazing Hyatt’s in our travel hacking journey. The current Hyatt Business Signup Bonus would let us return to the following:

 

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The Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach is a great way to spend Hyatt Points!

Bottom Line

We know that many of you, like us, see the value of earning more Hyatt Points. We always encourage the Chase Ink Business cards as a way to earn Hyatt Points through transfers, especially if you have already applied for the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card.  If you can apply for a business card, you may also want to get the World of Hyatt Business Card. We think it is a card worth considering – what are your thoughts?

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