Limited Time Offer for World of Hyatt Business Card

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The World of Hyatt Business Card is one of the more intriguing business cards on the market today, thanks to its generous points on Hyatt stays, equally impressive rewards on purchases made in critical small business categories, and a slew of travel (and comfort) perks from the World of Hyatt loyalty program. Now, Hyatt is making business travel even more lucrative thanks to a new, limited time World of Hyatt business card welcome offer:

World of Hyatt Limited Time Offer Details

The World of Hyatt Business Card – and its issuer, Chase – is known for generous welcome offers. The latest is a limited time offer available to new business credit card members, and an extension of the adaptive accelerator benefit for existing cardmembers through the end of 2024.

First, new World of Hyatt Business Cardmembers can earn a welcome bonus of up to 75,000 World of Hyatt Bonus Points for completing minimum spending requirements. That welcome bonus works out as follows:

  • Earn 60,000 Bonus Points after spending $5,000 within the first three months from account opening.
  • Earn 15,000 Bonus Points after spending $12,000 in the first six months from account opening.

This 75,000 Bonus Point offer runs until October 18, 2023.

Extension of the Adaptive Accelerator Benefit

Hyatt is also extending its adaptive accelerator benefit in the top three spend categories through December 31, 2024, allowing cardmembers to continue maximizing business spend for use towards free nights, elite status, upgrades, and other highly coveted rewards.

The World of Hyatt Business Credit Card adaptive accelerator rewards cardmembers with Bonus Points for their top three spend categories each calendar quarter. This means cardmembers will continue to earn 2X Bonus Points total per $1 spent in their top three of eight spend categories each calendar quarter through 2024, rather than through 2023, then the top two of eight spend categories in 2025 and beyond—with no cap on the Bonus Points they can earn.

Here are those eight eligible spending categories:

Airline tickets, when purchased directly with the airline Car rentals Dining Gas stations
Internet, cable, and phone service providers Local transit and commuting Social media marketing and search engine advertising Shipping

Same Great Features

The newest updates to the World of Hyatt Business Card are in addition to all the great existing benefits like purchase protection, complimentary employee business cards, extended warranty protection, and more. Here’s a quick rundown of some of the excellent perks you can expect from the Hyatt Business Card:

Benefit Explained
Hyatt Discoverist status The World of Hyatt Business Card provides instant elite-tier status upgrades for the primary account holder and up to five employees. Discoverist status allows you to enjoy a higher level of service and comfort around the world and usually requires ten qualifying nights each year.
Hyatt credits Cardholders get up to $100 in Hyatt statement credits after spending $50 or more at any Hyatt property, plus in $50 statement credits up to two times each anniversary year.
Hyatt Leverage access World of Hyatt Business cardholders enjoy access to Hyatt Leverage, the brand's global business travel program. Leverage provides special offers for qualifying small-to-medium-sized enterprises at Hyatt properties. This benefit has an annual value of around $300+ on stays versus outside the program.
5 annual Qualifying Night credits Cardholders earn five (5) annual Qualifying Night credits for every $10,000 spent in a calendar year to use toward reaching top-tier elite status and Milestone Rewards faster.
Get 10% back Companies that spend $50,000 in a calendar year get 10% of their redeemed points back for the rest of the year, on up to 200,000 points redeemed.

Businesses can cash in their hard-won points towards award nights with participating properties, spa credits at participating Hyatt properties worldwide, dining credits with brand restaurants, car rentals with partners, or transfer them to roughly 30 transfer partners, including major names like Air France, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Etihad, Southwest Airlines, United, and more.

Related Article: The Ultimate World of Hyatt Program Guide

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