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To complete the Marriott and Starwood Preferred Guest merger, Marriott and Chase launched the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card. For a limited time, new Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card cardholders can earn 125,000 Bonus Points and 1 Free Night Award (value up to 50,000 points) after spending $5,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening.
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This card also shares its name with the Marriott Bonvoy loyalty program. The streamlined loyalty program replaced the existing Marriott Rewards, Ritz-Carlton Rewards, and Starwood Preferred Guest rewards programs on February 13, 2019.
Marriot Bonvoy Boundless Credit Card
The Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card replaced the premium Marriott Rewards Premier Plus Credit Card.
Card benefits for the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card are similar to the Premier Plus. But there are a few benefits that align with the Marriott Bonvoy rewards structure. There are also some extra Chase mobile app benefits the Premier Plus doesn’t offer.
Chase Co-Brand Cards President Leslie Gillin describes the Bonvoy Card as follows:
The Marriott Bonvoy Boundless Card is packed with perks – including high earn potential, thousands of places to stay under the Marriott Bonvoy program, ways to get to Elite status faster, and unique offers – all with a name, look, and easier way to pay with contactless.
-Leslie Gillin, Chase Co-Brand Cards President
As a cardmember, you can also enjoy free in-room premium Wi-Fi at Marriott Bonvoy properties. Other Silver Elite benefits include 10% bonus points on stays, priority late checkout, and no blackout dates on free night awards.
You also have access to exclusive experiences using the Premium Experience Events platform. Marriott is partnering with leading brands including the NCAA, the Oscars, and Coachella for unique experiences.
A way to save money while earning Marriott Bonvoy points is through exclusive Chase shopping partner discounts. Inside the Chase mobile app, you can link shopping offers to your card. These offers help you save money at retail and restaurant brands.
You can also lock or unlock your card from inside the app. For added security, the Bonvoy card also supports Chase contactless payments. Both of these features can prevent credit card fraud.
For a limited time, new Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card cardholders can earn 125,000 Bonus Points and 1 Free Night Award (value up to 50,000 points) after spending $5,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening.
Cardholders can earn up to 17x total Bonvoy points per $1 spent at over 7,000 hotels participating in Marriott Bonvoy® with the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Card. All other purchases earn 2x Bonvoy points per $1 spent.
This bonus is worth several free nights at Category 1 properties. Or you can bank your points at exotic locations, including Fiji. You can redeem your points at Bonvoy properties across the world for free nights and local excursions.
The card has no foreign transaction fees but it does have an annual fee of $95.
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Other Marriott Credit Card Changes
Expect changes to the two other co-brand Marriott Rewards credit cards. The changes below went into effect on February 13, 2019, when the Marriott Bonvoy loyalty program rolled out.
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The rebranded loyalty program is the final step of the Marriott-SPG merger. With Bonvoy, you can earn and redeem points at Marriott, Ritz-Carlton, and Starwood Preferred Guest properties. Right now, there are over 7,000 participating properties you can book with points.
Another fun option is the Marriott Bonvoy Moments offering 120,000 destination tours and adventures. There are five Elite Tiers in the Bonvoy loyalty program. You can also earn bonus points with the Chase and American Express co-brand credit cards.
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