Another Day, Another Round of Chase Links Coming and Going

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The “Chase-a-palooza”sign-up bonus frenzy continues today as the most recent find of a 35,000 Chase Freedom Ultimate Rewards sign-up bonus stopped working this morning.  However, there are some new Chase bonus finds related to the Hyatt Card.  Check out this post from Flyertalk for info on an offer that involves $75 statement credit with that card.  That off-sets the annual fee of $75, and is a tremendous deal for two free Hyatt nights anywhere, plus the additional benefits that come with the card if you are a Hyatt Platinum or Diamond member.  And if you aren’t a Platinum member, check out this post to see how to enter a free 90 day Hyatt Platinum trial if you have a Visa Signature card (the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card is a Visa Signature). Then, apply for the Hyatt card after you have Platinum status.  Of course, no telling how long this Chase link will be functional.

I still have the same concerns about all of these Chase offers that I outlined in this post yesterday, but if this is a limited time opportunity to get in on these offers, then I guess we might as well seize that chance.  As long as we are on the topic of unofficial Chase offers, Million Mile Secrets has a post up today about possibly getting the Visa and MasterCard versions of the Chase Sapphire Preferred card with 50,000 point sign-up bonuses.

Who knows what tomorrow may hold, but there are plenty of great opportunities in the miles and points world today.

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  1. This one seems pretty legitimate, compared to all the others, which have been found by people scraping the site by changing the application URLs, which Chase foolishly made only three characters unique. This offer is just hosted on a static page on Hyatt’s own website.

    It’s a different situation here, I don’t expect any changes from Chase except for the offers to be taken down once they’re aware of it. I suspect that they’re alerted by a deluge of SM requests to bump a recent lower sign-up bonus. Amex was offering untargeted people the targeted offers. Too many people did it, and they clamped down hard. I had to fight just to keep my legitimate targeted 75K offer. With Chase, the problem is the offers are being made public, with the only security being obfuscation of URLs. Customer service is just following the standing policy of matching public offers, within a certain time frame (60-90 days?).

    FWIW, I told my friend ask for a match to the new Hyatt offer the day that FT post went up, and it was granted.

  2. The Hyatt deal is sooo tempting but have to pass on it since I was just approved for the Chase Sapphire card. I had told you about my Priority Club and UA Select Visa cards and that I was waiting for an OK on the Sapphire. Yesterday Chase called and said what I expected – that, since the 2 credit lines approach $100k, they can’t grant additional credit but asked if I cared to take some from one of the other two. I did and my card will be arriving soon! So excited! (By the way, I don’t recall if I applied through your link or one of your fellow bloggers).

  3. I thought one of the perks of the Hyatt card was automatic platinum status for as long as you have the card.

  4. You won’t get the 2 free suite upgrades when you apply the Hyatt card WITHOUT platinum status at the time of application. The card itself will give you platinum, but not after you get the card, and therefore you will lose out on the suite upgrades.

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