Marriott Introduces New Rewards Credit Card Option
Introduces New Rewards Credit Card Option
Marriott has introduced the Marriott Rewards Premier Visa Signature
Card, giving consumers a second choice for earning Marriott
Rewards via credit card.
Marriott Rewards Premier Visa Signature Card offers five Marriott
Rewards points for every dollar spent on the card on purchases at any participating Marriott properties worldwide. In addition, cardholders earn two points for every dollar spent
on airline tickets purchased directly with the airline, and at car rental agencies & restaurants
New cardholders can earn points which can be redeemed toward nights at participating hotel properties.
$0 Intro fee for the first year. After that, $85
does this stack up with what Marriott is already offering, namely
the Marriott Rewards Credit Card
basic card has an annual fee of $0 Intro fee for the first year. After that, $45. However,
it offers a bit less — three Marriott Rewards points for every
dollar spent on purchases at participating Marriott properties worldwide,
and one point per dollar on other purchases. It offers
new cardholders 30,000 bonus points after you spend $1,000 on purchases with the card in the first three months from opening the account.
Redeem points for nights at a participating Marriott property
is better? For frequent card users and/or those who travel frequently
to Marriott hotels and want to increase their potential rewards,
the $40 difference in annual fees may be worth it. For those
who use their cards less often or do not frequent Marriott properties
other than when you earn freebies, the basic card may be the
way to go.
Marriott credit cards are issued by Chase.
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