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Get matched to 50K upgrade offer on Marriott Premier Plus [YMMV]

If you previously received a poor upgrade offer from the Marriott Rewards Premier to the Premier Plus card, you may be able to match to the new 50K offer even if you previously accepted a lesser offer. When the Chase Marriott Rewards Premier Plus card launched earlier this year, Chase provided varying upgrade offers between 10K-50K for those who held the no-longer-available-for-new-applicants Marriott Rewards Premier card. Now, most people qualify for a 50K offer and many have…

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New Marriott / SPG card restrictions

As has been rumored for a while, View from the Wing has confirmed new restrictions coming on the Marriott and Starwood credit cards. In a nutshell (more details to follow), those who have opened new Marriott, SPG, or Ritz credit cards in the last 2 years or who had one within the 30 days prior to applying will not be eligible for most new Marriott/SPG welcome offers. This is going to effectively lock most of us out from these bonuses for…

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Keeping an SPG card after all…

Last week, I wrote about plans to dump all of my Marriot and SPG credit cards (See: Sending the Marriott and SPG cards off into the sunset). This morning, in my post about why I think there is no hurry to sign up for the Marriott Premier Plus before the 100K offer ends tomorrow (See: Is there a hurry for the Marriott card? (Answer: No.), I noted that one group of people who might want…

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Is there a hurry for the Marriott 100K offer? (Answer: No.)

Since its launch in May, Marriott has been offering a new cardmember bonus of 100,000 Marriott Rewards points after spending $5,000 in the first three months on the Marriott Rewards Premier Plus card. That bonus is scheduled to end tomorrow (July 12th, 2018), so some will dub this a “last chance” to get 100,000 Marriott Rewards points. Is that true, and does it mean you should rush to get this card? I’d say the answer is no for most…

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