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Hyatt Sends Out Survey About Possible Premium Card

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 Survey About Possible Premium Hyatt Card

Credit card issuers, hotels and airlines often send out surveys to see what customers value most in a credit card. World of Hyatt has sent one such survey with questions about a possible premium product.

The existence of these surveys doesn’t mean much, so we don’t know whether a new credit card is coming or not. But it is interesting to see the options put forth in these surveys.

There is no mention of a welcome bonus, and the card could have an annual fee of $250, $350 or $450, putting it above the two current credit cards.

Some of the perks and benefits include Hyatt related credits varying between between $50 and $250, discounts on All-Inclusives, Explorist status, Category 5 Free Night Certificates, and the option to combine two certificates to book a Category 6 or 8 hotel. There are also up to 10 automatic tier qualifying nights, and up to 3 more with spend.

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Let us know what you think of these possible versions of a premium card, and what you think is a good benefit, or what is missing.

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  1. Explorist status doesn’t get you much, so that’s the bare minimum I’d expect from a $250+ card
    Topping up free night cert is already allowed by Marriott and IHG, and Hilton’s FNCs are uncapped, so this would just be catching up to the competition
    10 Tier qualifying nights is what I’d expect for a card in this price point ($95 card already gives 5, unless they stack?)
    Cat 1-4 free night seems weak for a card of this price range, I would expect a 1-7 cert
    Extending your FNC with 5K points seems like a cool feature
    I would like to see any Hyatt related statement credits to be as general as possible (any paid Hyatt hotel stay, F&B credit at any Hyatt hotel, not just Hyatt House or Place).
    I like the idea of a BOGO night as one of the more premium brands
    3X spend on top two categories could get interesting, but 2X on dining, airlines, transit, etc. is boring because I can already do that on the CSP with the additional optionality of all of Chase’s other transfer partners.

  2. I’d mix and match.

    The most important categories for me:
    $15 monthly statement credit for gym/fitness membership
    Explorist status
    10 qualifying nights
    Ability to upgrade a free night award


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