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Three of Chase’s co-branded cards are currently offering cardholders small but easy to earn spending bonuses that are expiring at the end of February so, if you’re a holder of the World of Hyatt credit card, the IHG Rewards Club Traveler Card, or the IHG Rewards Premier Card, this is a reminder that you have just a few days left to make sure you make the most of these offers.

World Of Hyatt Credit Card Offer

Throughout February, the World of Hyatt credit card (review) is offering cardholders the chance to earn up to 5,000 bonus points just by using their card whenever the opportunity arises.

Unusually for a credit card spending promotion, this offer from Hyatt is based on the number of transactions carried out using a World of Hyatt Credit Card rather than being based on one or more spending targets. This is what the promotion looks like:

  • Make 10 transactions using your WoH Credit Card and earn 1,000 Bonus Points
  • Make 25 transactions using your WoH Credit Card and earn 2,500 Bonus Points
  • Make 50 transactions using your WoH Credit Card and earn 5,000 Bonus Points

All card purchases of at least $1.00 will count as a qualifying transaction as long as the cardholder has kept to all terms and conditions.

If you haven’t registered for this promotion yet, it’s not too late (register here) but you’re running out of time to earn the points on offer.

IHG Reward Credit Card Bonus

For the past six months, Chase has been sending out updated versions of the IHG Rewards Club Traveler Card (review) and the IHG Rewards Premier Card (review) as the card issuer continues to roll out cards with contactless technology built in.

Everyone who received an updated contactless version of their IHG Rewards credit card in the mail should also have received an email from Chase offering them a very easy path to 1,000 bonus IHG Rewards Club points – just use the card to “tap and pay” three times (minimum transaction of $3.50) and the points get locked in.

There’s no need to register for this offer so no one has missed a deadline but with this offer ending on 28 February (for at least some IHG Rewards Club cardholders*), there are just a few days left to pick up what may be the easiest IHG Rewards points you’ll ever earn.

*There appears to be another identical offer that ends on 31 March.

Bottom Line

If you hold the World of Hyatt credit card, the IHG Rewards Club Traveler Card, or the IHG Rewards Premier Card, don’t forget that you have just a few days left to make the most of these super-simple promotions that are offering easy to earn points – the type of points most of us love most.

A Fantastic No Annual Fee Card

The Freedom Flex Credit Card is a no annual fee card from Chase and although it was only released in September 2020, it has quickly become a “must-have” credit card for fans of Chase’s Ultimate Rewards program. Fantastic earning rates, useful benefits, and no annual fee is always a winning combination.

Some Of The Great Earning Rates & Benefits:

  • 5% cash back (or 5 points/dollar) on:
    • Up to $1,500 of spending in quarterly revolving categories
    • Travel purchased through Chase’s travel portal
    • Lyft rides through March 2022
  • 3% cash back (or 3 points/dollar) on:
    • Dining (includes take-out and delivery)
    • Spending at drugstores
  • 1% cash back (or 1 point/dollar) on spending in all other categories
  • Complimentary cell phone protection

Click for more details on the Chase Freedom Flex Credit Card

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