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Marriott Rewards Premier Credit Card Chase Receive a $200 Statement Credit after first card purchase !

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You need to go through the motions of booking a room but DO NOT need to complete the booking. This is just to get the offer link to show up. Here are the steps, go to

https://www.marriott.com/

1. Enter the name of any city in the "Destination, landmark....." box then click "FIND"

2. When the list of hotels in that area shows up, just click "Continue" or "View Rates" for any hotel

3. This brings up the different room rates, just click on any room type "SELECT"

4. Bam! Somewhere on the bottom left of following page that shows up should contain a link for the $200 statement credit after first purchase offer. Click on "Learn more" to take you to the application page.

Easy $200 in your pocket. No fee for the first year.
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Appreciate the effort here but you missed a pretty important part...the 2 free nights after $3000 spend. Depending on where you redeem those, they could easily be $200 per night without any crazy exotic locations. Could easily be higher too. This is probably close to as good a deal as the 100k points offer that Marriott/Chase had a couple months ago. It's not worth quite as much but the spend is lower too (that one was $5000).
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i have recently just gotten the sapphire preferred and the ink card. maybe this should be my next addition on my way to 5/24?

Also, i assume this deal replaces the previous deal that was active (80k points, which was the offer after 100k points went away). so does this actually equate to a better offer than the 80k points that was just available?

one last point/question. the free 2 nights is only good for cat 1-5 hotels. i'm in the nyc area where i could most easily see myself using it for a night away in the city. nothing in the city is even low enough to qualify! that might be a deal breaker on that aspect bc we're not traveling so much and staying in hotels so to use this in just 1 year might be hard
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Looks like the 80k could be a little better.

http://www.marriott.com/rewards/p...e=Standard

Category 5 night is 25k points so for 80k points you get 3 of those and still have 5k points left(plus what you earned on the spend). This deal you get 2 nights plus $200 which is like a night. I think the 80k deal was $5k spend though. But on this deal you lose the flexibility of points (like if you chose to book 2 nights at a category 8 for 40k each night).

I'd say for someone who can't do the $5k spend, this one makes more sense. Otherwise wait for one of the big point offers.
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does this work for any purchases or does it have to be a hotel room?
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The whole point for this post was to help you score an easy $200 without having to spend anything, that's why I did not even mention anything about the 2-nights after spending $3k.
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stellar thanks so much
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Subject to 5/24. Direct link https://creditcards.chase.com/a1/...&SPID=FNT4
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Subject to 5/24. Direct link https://creditcards.chase.com/a1/...&SPID=FNT4
What is 5/24?
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What is 5/24?
If you've opened more than 5 credit card from any bank within the past 24 calendar months then Chase will automatically deny you. Only credit cards, debit cards don't count towards 5/24
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If you've opened more than 5 credit card from any bank within the past 24 calendar months then Chase will automatically deny you. Only credit cards, debit cards don't count towards 5/24
Well there goes my excitement.
Doesn't Boa have some 8 card rule? but they recently approved me after a couple denials not long b4 that. My credit score is borderline 800 that won't help me get this card? Somethin helped me get that boa card. My chase card and checking are all in great standing
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First, the link when I did this said $100 credit. I still clicked and then it said that the offer isn't available. Thanks for the heads up though! Great thing for those whom it works for.
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Well there goes my excitement.
Doesn't Boa have some 8 card rule? but they recently approved me after a couple denials not long b4 that. My credit score is borderline 800 that won't help me get this card? Somethin helped me get that boa card. My chase card and checking are all in great standing

Credit score is irrelevant- if you're past 5/24 you are denied. It's how they slow down churners... (see also Amex who will give you all the cards you want- but you only get 1 signup bonus per lifetime for each- or Citi whose rules are worse than either- only 1 bonus per 24 months per type of bonus and opening OR cancelling a card resets the clock)


There's an exception with Chase for cards you are pre-approved for if you apply in-branch (but you usually have to GO in branch to ask if you have any pre-approvals) but for most folks that, or targeted offers, are the only way around the rule.
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My credit score is borderline 800 that won't help me get this card?
Its completely automated, CS agents can't even override it
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Credit score is irrelevant- if you're past 5/24 you are denied. It's how they slow down churners... (see also Amex who will give you all the cards you want- but you only get 1 signup bonus per lifetime for each- or Citi whose rules are worse than either- only 1 bonus per 24 months per type of bonus and opening OR cancelling a card resets the clock)


There's an exception with Chase for cards you are pre-approved for if you apply in-branch (but you usually have to GO in branch to ask if you have any pre-approvals) but for most folks that, or targeted offers, are the only way around the rule.
I've been looking for a good citi card bonus to pop up here cause it's the one card I don't have with good benefits but I haven't seen one in a while.
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