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Earning Two Tier-Qualifying Night Credits For Every $5,000 Spend On World of Hyatt Credit Card
Does the $5,000 spend start over every calendar year or the card’s anniversary date?
How to Keep Track of Your World of Hyatt Credit Card $5,000 Spend For Tier-Qualifying Night Credits
- First, determine the last time you received 2 tier-qualifying night credits with your Chase World of Hyatt Credit Card. If you have yet to receive them because you haven’t met the $5,000 spend requirement before, skip this step. Otherwise, to do so:
- Log into your World of Hyatt account.
- Click your name on the top and click on My Account -> Past Activity
- Within your Past Activity, look for Chase Credit Card Night Credits – That is the last time you received 2 tier-qualifying night credits.
- Note the date down. That’s also your credit card’s statement cut-off date.
- Now log into your Chase account online.
- Click on your World of Hyatt credit card.
- Click on More and click on Spending report.
- From the Month drop-down list, select the month after the date you wrote down earlier if you have ever received 2 tier-qualifying night credits before. If you have yet to receive 2 qualifying night credits based on the $5,000 spent, start from the month you open your Chase World of Hyatt Credit Card. This should allow you to see how much money you spend each month on your Hyatt credit card. See the screenshot below.
- Per the benefit term: Eligible purchases are when you, or an authorized user, use a card to purchase products and services, minus returns or refunds. Buying products and services with your card, in most cases, will count as a purchase; however, the following types of transactions won’t count: balance transfers, cash advances, traveler’s checks, foreign currency, money orders, wire transfers, or similar cash-like transactions, lottery tickets, casino gaming chips, race track wagers or similar betting transactions, any checks that access your account, interest, unauthorized or fraudulent charges, and fees of any kind, including an annual fee, if applicable.
- Add only eligible purchases each month, and you should see whether you have yet spent $5,000 on your Chase World of Hyatt Credit Card.
|World of Hyatt Credit Card’s Spending Report|