You probably clicked on this due to the eye-popping headline. I know. It’s clickbait-y. But now let me convince you why you might actually want to consider the current offer for the new Chase World of Hyatt Visa card. You can get up to 12 free nights from this offer.

Why Hyatt is a great hotel program

While I’m not a huge fan of the refreshed World of Hyatt program in terms of elite status and benefits, if your goal is inexpensive free nights, it is one of the best.

Hyatt shines due to their reasonable award prices for lower tier hotels. Category 1 properties cost a mere 5,000 points per night. Most of these in the U.S. go for at least $100 per night, including taxes. And there are a good number of Category 1 properties across the U.S. You won’t fine them in urban areas, but they are common enough.

Category 2 and Category 3 properties aren’t all that far behind at 8,000 and 12,000 points per night, respectively. Even with just those three categories and Hyatt’s fairly small footprint, you still have much of the U.S. covered. Check out this complete map of Hyatt hotels.

The lower tier properties are almost always Hyatt Place and Hyatt House brands. But don’t think that means they aren’t good. Both brands are great! Hyatt House is one of the best hotel brands at which I’ve ever stayed (SEE: Hyatt House Portland Review).

So…all that said, the World of Hyatt Visa could have you well on your way to quite a few free nights.

I put friends up at this Hyatt Place hotel for only 5,000 points!

Chase World of Hyatt Visa card offer

Chase issues the co-branded World of Hyatt credit card which has recently undergone a bit of a refresh. The current sign up offer is for a total of 60,000 Hyatt points, which is equivalent to 12 free nights at a Category 1 hotel!!

The minimum spend is fairly large, however. You earn 40,000 bonus points after $3,000 in spending within the first three months. An additional 20,000 points are awarded after spending a cumulative $6,000 within the first 6 months.

The card earns 4 points per dollar at Hyatt hotels, 2 points per dollar at fitness clubs and gym memberships, and 1 point per dollar everywhere else. The card carries a $95 annual fee that is not waived. But who can argue that paying $95 for 12 nights of hotel isn’t a good deal.

The card also gives you a free night every anniversary, as well as an additional free night annually if you spend $15,000 on the card within your cardmember year. The card gives you 5 nights of elite status credit as well, plus 2 more elite nights for every $5,000 in spend.

If you are interested in applying, I would appreciate it if you would use my personal referral link (I may receive points if you apply through my link).

Conclusion

As always, I’ll end my spiel by saying that you should always be wise with your card usage and pay off your balances monthly (SEE: 5 Commandments of Travel Credit Cards). I personally consider the World of Hyatt Visa to be a solid product, and one of the best hotel card offers available currently. However, do your own research and consider whether this product is something of value to you. Don’t just apply for a card because some guy on the internet says you should!

If you have any questions, you’re more than welcome to leave a comment or drop me a note on my contact page.