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Marriott fans may be happy to know that there are two new Marriott credit cards available—the Marriott Bonvoy Bevy™ American Express® Card and the Marriott Bonvoy Bountiful™ Card from Chase.
Both the Chase Marriott Bonvoy Bountiful™ Card and the Marriott Bonvoy Bevy™ American Express® Card offer several valuable benefits, including automatic Gold Elite Status, 1,000 bonus points per eligible stay, and the opportunity to earn an annual free night award. Additionally, there are benefit enhancements to The Ritz-Carlton™ Card (no longer accepting new applications).
Here’s what you should know about the Marriott Bountiful and Bevy Bonvoy cards.
Terms apply to American Express benefits and offers. Enrollment may be required for select American Express benefits and offers. Visit americanexpress.com to learn more.
Marriott Bountiful and Bevy Bonvoy Cards Review
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We’ll just come out and say it: both of these cards are geared towards the frequent Marriott visitor. If you travel often and are a loyal Marriott user, these cards can be perfect for your wallet. As mentioned above, they come with valuable perks that if you can take advantage of, you can offset your annual fee. Here’s what you need to know about the Marriott Bountiful and Bevy Bonvoy cards.
Marriott Bonvoy Bountiful Card Benefits
Let’s start this review of the Marriott Bountiful and Bevy Bonvoy cards with the Marriott Bonvoy Bountiful™ Card, one of three co-brand Marriott Bonvoy consumer credit cards that Chase offers. It has a $250 annual fee, but it also offers more benefits than the other co-brand Chase Marriott cards.
This card is ideal for frequent Marriott Bonvoy guests that make at least $15,000 in annual card purchases to unlock one of the card’s most valuable perks, a free night award for properties requiring up to 50,000 Bonvoy points.
125,000 Bonvoy Points Signup Bonus
The Marriott Bonvoy Bountiful™ Card’s early adopters can receive a special bonus offer of 125,000 Bonvoy points after spending $4,000 in the first 3 months.
Earn up to 18.5x Total Points
Cardholders can earn up to 18.5x total points for every $1 spent at hotels participating in Marriott Bonvoy. Here’s how:
- Earn 6x points with Marriott Bonvoy Bountiful Credit Card
- Earn up to 10x points from Marriott for being a loyalty member
- Then, earn up to 2.5x points from Marriott with Gold Elite status
Your card also earns 4x points per $1 on the first $15,000 spent in combined purchases each year on grocery stores and dining, 2x points per $1 spent on other travel purchases, and 2x points per $1 spent on all other purchases.
1,000 Bonus Points on Marriott Stays
In addition to earning up to 18.5x points on paid Marriott stays, booking stays with the Bountiful Card deposits 1,000 bonus points into your loyalty account. An eligible stay is at least one paid night per stay.
Free Night Award
Primary cardholders can receive a Free Night Award after $15,000 in combined annual spending every calendar year. This free night certificate is valid at one participating property that has a redemption level of up to 50,000 points. However, note that certain hotels have resort fees.
Marriott Bonvoy Gold Elite Status
You will automatically upgrade to Gold Elite membership status and receive 15 Elite Night Credits each calendar year.
Some of the most valuable benefits of this status tier include:
- 25% more points on eligible hotel stays
- Priority late checkout as late as 2 p.m. (subject to availability)
- Enhanced room upgrades (subject to availability)
- Welcome gift of points
Other Notable Benefits
Additional card benefits worth noting:
- Premium in-room Wi-Fi
- Trip delay reimbursement
- Auto rental collision damage waiver
- Lost luggage reimbursement
- Extended warranty protection
Additionally, the Marriott Bonvoy Bountiful Card is a Visa Signature product.
Ritz-Carlton Card Benefit Enhancements
If you still have the discontinued The Ritz-Carlton™ Card from JP Morgan, you have another compelling reason to keep this premium hotel card in your wallet.
Cardholders are receiving a more generous free night award that’s worth up to 85,000 points. The Free Night Award can be combined with up to 15,000 points at redemption. The previous credit was only worth up to 50,000 points.
Additionally, there is no change to the annual fee for this benefit enhancement.
Marriott Bonvoy Bevy American Express Card
Now, let’s take a look at American Express in this Marriott Bountiful and Bevy Bonvoy cards review. The Marriott Bonvoy Bevy™ American Express® Card comes with many of the same benefits you read about above with the Bountiful Card. For instance, cardholders can enjoy:
- 1,000 Marriott Bonvoy® bonus points per paid eligible stay booked directly with Marriott Bonvoy for properties participating in Marriott Bonvoy
- 1 Free Night Award after spending $15,000 on eligible purchases on your Card in a calendar year. The award can be used for one night (redemption level at or under 50,000 Marriott Bonvoy® points) at a participating hotel; resort fees may apply
- Complimentary Marriott Bonvoy® Gold Elite status
85,000 Bonvoy Points Welcome Bonus
New cardholders can earn 85,000 Marriott Bonvoy® Bonus Points after they use their new Marriott Bonvoy Bevy™ American Express® Card to make $4,000 in purchases within the first 3 months of Card Membership.
When comparing the Marriott Bountiful and Bevy Bonvoy cards, you’ll notice a difference in how each card earns rewards. Bevy cardholders can earn:
- 6x points on eligible purchases at hotels participating in Marriott Bonvoy®
- 4x points at restaurants worldwide and at U.S. supermarkets on up to $15,000 in combined purchases at restaurants and U.S. supermarkets per calendar year, then 2x points)
- 2x points per dollar spent on other eligible purchases
Depending on your spending, one of these cards might speak more to you than the other.
Some additional perks of the Bevy Card include 15 Elite Night credits each calendar year that count towards the next level of Elite status. Cardholders also get access to premium wifi, car rental loss and damage insurance, trip delay insurance, baggage insurance, and access to the Amex Global Assist hotline which is available 24/7.
Cardholders will also have access to exclusive American Express offers and experiences as well as Plan It®. Plan It is a payment option that lets you split up purchases of $100 or more into equal monthly installments with a fixed fee. Plus, you’ll still be able to earn rewards the way you usually do while using Plan It.
Additionally, the annual fee is $250, and there are no foreign transaction fees (See Rates & Fees).
In conclusion, luxury travelers have more options to maximize their Marriott Bonvoy loyalty with the launch of the Marriott Bountiful and Bevy Bonvoy cards. These cards are best if you want to earn Bonvoy Points on purchases and can meet the annual spending challenge to receive the free night awards. Both of these cards will undoubtedly become some of the best Marriott credit cards.
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For rates and fees of the Marriott Bonvoy Bevy™ American Express® Card, click here.
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