Marriott Business Credit Card Offer

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Marriott just increased the offer for the business version of their Chase co-branded credit card to give you 80,000 points! While the offer was 100,000 points a few months ago, this is still a great offer. Also, fortunately, it seems like Chase has not put into place their “5/24” rule for business cards (you can read more about this 5/24 rule here).

My Favorite Card Benefits

With this card, you’ll get a free night annually that can be used at any category 1-5 hotel. This is one of the best perks of the card in my opinion, although you wont receive it until your first anniversary year. The certificate is good for 12 months from your card renewal date. I typically use my free night at a hotel that would cost me $150-$200/night. I personally have the personal version of this card, and it has more than covered the annual fee I pay. Because of this sign up offer, I’ll also be applying for the business version of the card and am absolutely confident that the free night annually will cover the $99 fee, plus more.

Additionally, the card comes with 15 nights a year towards status. This will guarantee you silver status, but can also help you earn Gold or Platinum. These 15 nights get added to your account when you apply for the card and then every 12 months thereafter. You can also earn 1 night towards status for every $3,000 spend on the card. Another perk that was recently added was that if you spend $50,000 on the card in a calendar year, you’ll receive instant Gold status. Not sure spending that much is really worth it, but it depends on the person.

The card (along with many other Chase cards) also come with travel insurance/reimbursement. I personally ONLY use a Chase credit card when booking my flights due to these benefits.

  • Trip cancellation insurance — Reimbursement of non-refundable passenger fare due to covered cancellations and emergencies when tickets are purchased with your card (for both silver and premier card)
  • Trip delay reimbursement — If your trip is delayed by more than 12 hours due to a covered event, you can be reimbursed for reasonable expenses, like meals and lodging (for both silver and premier card

My Take on the Marriott Business Credit Card

As I mentioned earlier in this post, I personally have had the premier version of this card for the past 12 years. It is actually the first points earning credit card I ever applied for! At that time I was staying at Marriott hotels 100+ nights a year and it was a great card to use to get 5 points per dollar spent on all my stays. Even though I do not use the Marriott card often anymore (my travel habits have also changed), it is still one that I keep in my wallet as I feel as though I get more out of this card than the annual fee. You can read more about hotel credit cards where the benefits outweigh the annual fee here.

If you are interested in the personal version instead, the still has one of the all time highest offers. The personal version will give you 80,000 bonus points after you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening – there is an $85 annual fee for this card.

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  1. Can you confirm if the 15 nights are stackable? I thought that we are only allowed a maximum of ONE 15 night credit per year.

    “Only one Marriott Rewards Credit Card account per Rewards member (Rewards member must be the primary cardmember on that account) is eligible for the 15 Nights Elite credit award.”

    I’m not sure about the free night either but the terms doesn’t seem to indicate that we won’t get it along with the personal version of the card.

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