Earn 3 Free Nights with Marriott Bonvoy Business® American Express® Card
American Express and Marriott Bonvoy have launched a new welcome bonus for the card_name. This new offer is the highest we have seen if maximized. Let’s see the new welcome offer as well as the full details of the card.
- Eligible new Card Members who apply and are approved for the card_name can earn three bonus Free Night Awards after you use your new Card to make $6,000 in purchases within the first 6 months of Card Membership. Redemption level up to 50,000 Marriott Bonvoy® points for each bonus Free Night Award, at hotels participating in Marriott Bonvoy®. Terms apply.
- Annual Fee: $125 (Rates & Fees)
- LEARN HOW TO APPLY
You may not be eligible to receive a welcome offer if you have or have had this Card or the Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card from American Express or previous versions of these Cards. You also may not be eligible to receive a welcome offer based on various factors, such as your history with credit card balance transfers, your history as an American Express Card Member, the number of credit cards that you have opened and closed and other factors. If you are not eligible for a welcome offer, we will notify you prior to processing your application so you have the option to withdraw your application.
Welcome offer not available to applicants who (i) have or have had the Marriott Bonvoy® Premier Plus Business Credit Card from Chase, the Marriott Rewards® Premier Plus Business Credit Card from Chase, the Marriott Bonvoy Business® Credit Card from Chase, or the Marriott Rewards® Business Credit Card from Chase in the last 30 days, (ii) have acquired the Marriott Bonvoy Bountiful™ Credit Card from Chase, the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card from Chase, the Marriott Bonvoy Bold® Credit Card from Chase, in the last 90 days, or (iii) received a new Card Member bonus offer in the last 24 months on the Marriott Bonvoy Bountiful™ Credit Card from Chase, Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card from Chase, or the Marriott Bonvoy Bold® Credit Card from Chase.
- 6X points for each dollar of eligible purchases at participating Marriott Bonvoy hotels
- 4X points for each dollar of eligible purchases at restaurants worldwide, at U.S. gas stations, on wireless telephone services purchased directly from U.S. service providers & on U.S. purchases for shipping
- 2X points on all other eligible purchases.
- 1 Free Night Award every year after your Card account anniversary. (redemption level at or under 35,000 Marriott Bonvoy points)
- Earn an additional Free Night Award after you spend $60K in purchases on your Card in a calendar year. (redemption level at or under 35,000 Marriott Bonvoy points)
- Complimentary Gold Elite status
- 7% Marriott Bonvoy® Standard Room Rate Discount off standard guest room reservations at hotels participating in Marriott Bonvoy when booked directly.
- Each calendar year you can receive 15 Elite Night Credits towards the next level of Marriott Bonvoy Elite status. Limitations apply per Marriott Bonvoy member account.
- Baggage Insurance. Eligibility and Benefit level varies by Card. Terms, Conditions, and Limitations Apply. Please visit americanexpress.com/benefitsguide for more details. Underwritten by AMEX Assurance Company.
- Car Rental Loss and Damage Insurance. Eligibility and Benefit level varies by Card. Terms, Conditions, and Limitations Apply. Please visit americanexpress.com/benefitsguide for more details. Underwritten by AMEX Assurance Company. Car Rental Loss or Damage Coverage is offered through American Express Travel Related Services Company, Inc.
- Extended warranty and Purchase protection. Eligibility and Benefit level varies by Card. Terms, Conditions, and Limitations Apply. Please visit americanexpress.com/benefitsguide for more details. Underwritten by AMEX Assurance Company.
- No foreign transaction fees.
- Access to Amex Offers.
About Marriott BonvoyThe Marriott Bonvoy program is one of the largest hotel rewards programs in the world, counting 30 brands spread out around the world. Brands very from budget hotels to luxurious properties in exotic locations. Marriott Bonvoy points are worth about 0.6 cents each. You earn 10 base Bonvoy rewards points per dollar spent at Marriott properties. So if you spend $100, you’ll earn 1,000 points. But, some budget brands have lower base earning rates. Bonvoy elite status holders earn additional points:
- Silver members earn 10% more.
- Gold members earn 25% more.
- Platinum members earn 50% more.
- Titanium and Ambassador members earn 75% more.
What to Know About Applying for American Express CardsHere are a few things worth noting regarding American Express credit card applications:
- Amex limits you to a maximum of 5 credit cards and 10 charge cards.
- There's normally no hard pull when you apply for a new Amex card and are not approved.
- If you already have an Amex card, then applying for more Amex cards will normally not result in a hard pull.
- You are not eligible to receive a welcome bonus on a card you've held in the past. This is known as the lifetime rule, but that usually applies to cards you've had in the last 5-7 year. Here's how to check what cards you've had in that timeframe.
- American Express will let you know during the application process if you are not eligible for the welcome bonus.
- 90 Day Rule: You can get up to two new cards every 90. This rule excludes to Pay Over Time cards.
This is a good welcome bonus if maximized. You get three free night worth a total of 150,000 points. The previous highest bonus was for 125,000 points.
Points get you more flexibility compared to free nights. However, you do get some flexibility now even with free nights, as those can be topped up with up to 15,000 points. That means that you can use then at properties that cost up to 65,000 points per night.
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