Marriott Rewards Premier Business Credit Card 100K Bonus (Public Link)

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Chase has released a new best ever offer for their Marriott Business credit card.

The Offer

Earn 100,000 bonus points after you spend $5,000 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening

Things to Know

  • $99 annual fee is NOT waived the first year.
  • This bonus offer is available to you if you do not have this card and have not received a new cardmember bonus for this card in the past 24 months.
  • Earns 5X at Marriott locations, 2X on air, car rental, restaurants and more and 1X everywhere else.
  • You get a free night in a category 1-5 property each year at the account anniversary.

Elite Status

This card gives elite status in the following ways:

  • Guaranteed Silver Elite Status – You’ll receive 15 credits toward your next Elite membership level after account approval and every year after account anniversary.
  • Receive 1 credit toward Elite status for every $3,000 spent on purchases – Every $3,000 you spend on purchases earns you 1 additional credit toward Elite status — with no limit to the number of credits you can earn.
  • Path to Gold Status exclusively for business owners – Enjoy Marriott Rewards Gold Elite benefits when you spend $50,000 on purchases each account year

You can find the application link on our Best Signup Offers page.

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Last updated on December 20th, 2018

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Mike
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Mike

Do 112,000 Marriott points still transfer to 50,000 United miles, for those of us within the 24 month rule?

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Yes, you can convert 112K Marriott points to 50K United miles. Chase’s 5/24 rule is not yet in effect for co-branded cards.

Mike
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Sorry, I meant the 24 months Chase keeps you in the wilderness after collecting a United sign-up bonus.

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I see that the personal and business card gives one elite night credit for every $3k spent. Does the Ritz Carlton credit card do the same?

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I waited the 24 months to churn the Marriott 80K points deal. I was denied due to the 5/24 rule. I have Platinum status with Marriott. I just wrote a letter to Marriott explaining that the denial is a very negative impact on my Marriott experience. Marriott wants their Platinum members to feel like Kings. Kings don’t get denied for credit cards. I also hinted I’d be switching loyalty to SPG. Marriott needs to know their relationship with Chase will cost them Elite Business Travelers Chase. The way to put pressure on Chase to change their ways is to complain about 5/24 to the Sponsoring Company.

I also canceled every Chase Card my family uses. We stayed at the Kauai St. Regis on SPG points & it was wonderful. Looks like I’m an SPG guy now! I just applied for SPG cards for everyone in the family!