Chase and Hyatt are extending the adaptive accelerator benefit on the popular World of Hyatt Business Credit Card. This accelerator means businesses earn 2X points in their top three (instead of two) spend categories through December 31, 2023.
Chase Extends Rewards Accelerator on Hyatt Business Card
The World of Hyatt Business Credit Card from Chase typically rewards companies with 2X World of Hyatt rewards points per $1 spent in the top two spending categories each quarter. Chase extended that bonus to the top three categories earlier this year, allowing companies to earn even more rewards. Now, that adaptive accelerator benefit is being extended through the end of 2023.
Small businesses 2X points on the top three spending categories from these options:
- Airline tickets, when purchased directly with the airline
- Car rentals
- Gas stations
- Internet, cable, and phone service providers
- Local transit and commuting
- Social media marketing and search engine advertising
Beyond the 2X World of Hyatt points on the top three categories, businesses earn rewards in the following categories:
- 9X points per $1 spent at Hyatt as a World of Hyatt member
- 2X points per $1 spent on fitness club and gym memberships
- 1X points per $1 Spent on all other purchases
Limited-Time Welcome Bonus
To celebrate the extension of the accelerator, successful applicants for the World of Hyatt Business Credit Card by October 6, 2022, will receive two Tier-Qualifying Night Credits per eligible night from August 23, 2022, through December 31, 2022. In addition to this limited-time offer, new accounts can also earn a welcome bonus of 60,000 World of Hyatt Bonus Points (the equivalent of up to 12 free nights at a Category 1 Hyatt hotel or resort or two free nights at a Category 7 Hyatt hotel or resort) after spending $5,000 within the first three months from account opening.
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