Who doesn’t love a vacation? In my house we would right the destination across that week on the calendar. I would flip ahead a few months and see “D-I-S-N-E-Y” or “B-A-H-A-M-A-S” written across one of my school break weeks. I couldn’t wait. The anticipation was palpable.
These days many of us are opting for shorter weekend getaways or staycations. You have to tighten that budget, save a buck or two where you can. It can be hard, but sometimes it has to be done. Fiscal responsibility is great, but a little help from the builder never hurt either.
I give you the Chase Hyatt Visa Card which rewards you with two free nights at in one of their category 5 suites after your first purchase. Want of spend a weekend in the Hyatt Regency in Chicago? Normally such a trip would set you back $698.00, but for you card member, FREE. How about a nice trip to NYC at the Grand Hyatt in Manhattan, $492.00 a night. For a card member like yourself, FREE. There is a good chance you can find a Hyatt in any getaway destination that you so desire.
I am preparing to take advantage of this reward myself. I was approved for this card and made a qualifying purchase. I plan on incorporating this deal into my future honey moon, details to follow in a future post.
There is a catch, an annual fee of $75.00. Many cards waive the fist year fee, this one does not. They do however reward you with another free room if and when you renew after you first year.
You enroll, make a purchase, pay the fee and two free hotel rooms are yours. A free little weekend for you to unwind in luxuriousness.
*As always I would never advise carrying a balance on any credit card as the interest will wipe away and rewards or saving you might incur. *