As we posted last week, Chase may start applying the 5/24 rule to ALL of their cards starting in April. That means that if you have 5 or more new cards (including authorized users) in the previous 24 months, you will be denied for ANY new card application. In this post, I am going to highlight some of the better Chase cards that you should consider getting before the rule change.
Are Hyatt and Amazon considering partnership together? According to posts on Reddit, Hyatt is putting out a survey and asking questions that are leading many people to believe that they are considering forming a rewards partnership. This would be a great for many people since so much shopping is done through Amazon!
According to CNBC, Hyatt is in talks with Starwood Hotels & Resorts to purchase the hotel giant in a deal that could be as close as a week away. They have been talking for a few weeks trying to work out a deal. Should it go through, Hyatt management will take control of all operations.
I received a targeted Chase Hyatt Visa offer via email for 50,000 points yesterday. The regular signup bonus for this card is two free nights, so which offer is a better deal? In this post, I will compare the offers and discuss which might be the better deal for you.
American Express OPEN savings with Hyatt properties are to be discontinued at the end of 2015. As announced on Hyatt websites, “Effective January 1, 2016, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts®, including Park Hyatt®, Andaz®, Grand Hyatt®, and Hyatt Regency® hotels, will no longer be part of the OPEN Savings program.” Continue reading American Express OPEN Savings For Hyatt To Be Discontinued