World of Hyatt At-A-Glance
|Hyatt Points Value||1.8 cents on average|
|Hyatt Point Transfers||Hyatt points can be transferred to 25+ travel partners|
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Earn The Most Hyatt Points
Use these calculators and tools to find out which credit cards will earn you the most Hyatt points and best returns on your everyday spending.
Check out our best credit card picks for earning Hyatt points and calculate which credit cards will earn you the most points based on the monthly and yearly spend amounts you enter into our tool.
View the list of Hyatt point earning rates per $1 spent for all credit cards offered by Hyatt and their credit card transfer partners.
Input your monthly and yearly spend amounts into our calculator to find out which credit cards will earn you the most Hyatt points per $1 spent.
Hyatt Credit Card Points & Value
Use our credit card calculators to calculate how many Hyatt credit card points you can earn and the cash value of Hyatt credit cards based on the monthly and yearly spend amounts you enter, how much you value card benefits, and annual fees.
You can also learn more about the card directly through our partners, when applicable.
The World of Hyatt Card earns 4X points per $1 spent at Hyatt properties which makes it the best card for frequent Hyatt travelers. It offers complimentary Hyatt Discoverist status, the ability to earn Qualifying nights on spend, and a free annual nights good at any 1-4 Hyatt hotel or resort which can be worth hundreds depending on where you use it.
The World of Hyatt Business Card is the best option for Hyatt business travelers. It earns 4X points at Hyatt brand hotels and offers up to $100 in annual Hyatt statement credits, complimentary Hyatt Discoverist status, the ability to earn qualifying nights spending on the card, and up to 10% of your redeemed points back per year after spending $50,000 on the card.
Earn More Hyatt Points via Chase Credit Cards
The World of Hyatt program is a direct 1:1 transfer partner of Chase Ultimate Rewards which means that you can transfer points to Hyatt at a rate of 1,000 Chase points for 1,000 Hyatt points. This opens additional credit cards you can use to earn lots of Hyatt points.
Here's the best credit cards for earning Ultimate Rewards points transferable to Hyatt:
The Chase Sapphire Reserve is a premium travel card that offers $300 in annual travel statement credits, lounge access, a 50% boost to point value on travel redemptions made through Chase Ultimate Rewards, and much more. It's a fantastic card for earning lots of points on travel and dining purchases.
The Chase Sapphire Preferred is one of the best flexible travel cards in the market. It earns bonus points across dining, travel, and online grocery purchases and offers a 25% boost to point value on travel redemptions made through Chase Ultimate Rewards, an annual $50 credit towards hotels stays booked through Chase Ultimate Rewards, and 10% bonus points annually based on how much you spend the prior cardmember year.
The Ink Business Preferred Card is at the top of the list when it comes to business travel. It earns 3X points on the first $150,000 spent on travel and select business categories each year and a 25% boost to point value when you redeem points for travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards.
Card Value Comparison Calculators
Check out our side-by-side comparisons of popular credit cards. Calculate both total rewards per $1 spent and card value based on spend, how much you value card benefits, and annual fees.
Find out how Hilton's premium credit card stacks up against Hyatt's entry-level consumer card. Compare benefits and calculate value.
Hyatt Points Earned Per Stay
As a World of Hyatt member, you can earn up to 10.5 Hyatt points per $1 spent at Hyatt brand hotels. This includes base points, elite status points, and Hyatt credit card points.
Find out how Hyatt points are calculated on stays and calculate how many points you can earn based on hotel cost, World of Hyatt elite status, and if you use a Hyatt credit card to pay for you stay.
Conversion & Transfer Calculators
Hyatt Points can be transferred to over 30 different travel partners, mostly at a 2.5:1 ratio. You can also transfer points to the World of Hyatt program using the Chase Ultimate Rewards program.
Check out the list of partners you can transfer Hyatt points to and calculate the transfer of Hyatt points to each partner.
Calculate the transfer of Chase Ultimate Rewards point to the World of Hyatt program and get the details on how to transfer points.
Hyatt Points Value
The Point Calculator values Hyatt points at 1.8 cents each when redeemed for free nights at Hyatt hotels which means 10,000 point is equal to about $180. Do note that this is a very "generous" value because it's not hard to get more than 2 cents in value per point in the World of Hyatt program.
Hyatt Points can be redeemed for free nights at Hyatt and several other resorts, room upgrades, experiences, spa treatments, and much more. Find out how much your points are worth on average based on redemption and calculate Hyatt points to dollars for each.
Cost To Buy Hyatt Points
If you're short on Hyatt points, you can buy points directly from hyatt.com. You can buy as little as 1,000 Hyatt points and as many as 55,000 points per calendar year.
Hyatt is one of the few programs in which buying points can benefit you due to how much value they hold especially when they are on sale. The most common sale is 30% off in which you can buy them for 1.85 cents which is a steal considering they can easily be redeemed for more than 2 cents each without much effort.
Get the full details on buying Hyatt points and calculate the cost to buy them at the standard rate.