There is a $75 annual fee to be aware of, but the signup bonus and yearly free night’s stay certainly make up for those charges.
Charleston, SC (PRWEB) April 15, 2012
CompareCards, a leading service for consumers to compare credit cards and manage their personal finances, recently released its Hyatt Credit Card review mapping out great opportunities available with the popular hotel’s credit card offering through its partnership with Chase.
As detailed in the CompareCards.com blog overview, The Hyatt Credit Card offers some of the best hotel rewards you can find in a credit card deal today. The card really shines for those who are constantly on the road and provides a great bonus for first-time subscribers with two free nights’ stay after signing up for card.
Additionally, there are no restrictions for the free two nights’ sign-up bonus and they can be used at any time. With average daily rates of around $160 in 2011, this equates to around $320 in value. The card also offers an annual Anniversary Award Night, giving cardholders a free night stay at any category 1-4 rated Hyatt hotels.
“The Hyatt Credit Card offers some great incentives for frequent travelers and new members looking for a quality hotel card offering,” said Chris Mettler, president and founder of CompareCards.com. “There is a $75 annual fee to be aware of, but the signup bonus and yearly free night’s stay certainly make up for those charges.”
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