JetBlue Credit Card
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Hyatt Credit Card

JetBlue Credit Card

JetBlue Credit Card

Hyatt Credit Card

Hyatt Credit Card

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About

JetBlue Airways Corporation is one of the largest American low-cost airlines. There are two types of cards offered by... Read more about JetBlue Credit Card

Hyatt Credit Card is issued by Chase Bank and it provides a great point rewards system to its holders. For each dolla... Read more about Hyatt Credit Card

Rewards

- Spend $1000 during the first 90 days - get 5000 points;
- No blackout dates on JetBlue-operated flights;
- Your reward points will never expire;
- No foreign transaction fee;

Win up to two free nights at Hyatt hotels worldwide, after making $2,000 in purchases in the first 3 months after opening an account.

In addition, granted bonus points on purchases (1 point for each $1 spent on any purchase, 2 points for each $1 spent at restaurants, airlines and car-rental agencies and 3 points for each $1 spent on purchases at Hyatt hotels).

Finally, no foreign transfer fees and travel & purchase coverage.

Signup Bonus

None

5000 bonus points after adding an authorized user to your account during the first 3 months as a cardholder.

Annual Fee

$0

$75

Cash Advance APR

25.49%

25.24% variable according to the Prime Rate

Late Payment Fee

Up to $37

Up to $37

Purchases APR

12.24%, 20.24%, or 25.24% based on your creditworthiness.

16.24%-23.24%, based on your creditworthiness

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