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Chase Marriott Bonvoy Boundless™ Credit Card - Spend $5000 in first 3 months and earn 5 free nights worth up to 250,000 points

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Earn five Free Night Awards, each valued at 50,000 points, when you get approved for the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless™ Credit Card and spend $5,000 in the first three months from account opening.*

Other standard benefits including annual 1 free night also applies.
Annual fee $95.

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I got this offer. This is clearly not as good as getting 250,000 points. If it was for a straight 250,000 points, I would get it.
1. Probably won't qualify for the fifth night free.
2. Value of points greatly reduced when nights are at hotels available for fewer points.
3. Suggest checking restrictions such as weekends only, or expiration dates, I'm not suggesting there are any, but I would check before applying,

That said, it is still a nice offer. I'm Titanium Lifetime, but don't plan to travel for the next two years. Will pass.
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3. Travel must be within the next 12 months.
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i travel all the time... good deals now!!!
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I'm Titanium Lifetime, but don't plan to travel for the next two years. Will pass.
I'm 50 nights from Platinum lifetime, and now I feel inadequate.

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The changes ruined Gold.
Does Platinum still have many benefits?

Of course right now, doesn't really matter. My son says all ( at least in US) lounges are closed. No benefits other than some extra points.

My son is Ambassador Lifetime. A new designation, Higher than Titanium.



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I'm 50 nights from Platinum lifetime, and now I feel inadequate.

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looks like this is basically the old American Express Bonvoy card which is no longer available but I still have. Same 1 free night per year, $95 annual fee, 15 nights counted towards status annually.
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Hmmm...I was planning to use points in May and in the same category that would max out the value of this. Are we sure the 5th night free won't apply? Probably still worth it for me...especially since I pay my auto insurance in a few weeks for the whole year so $2k down right off the bat.
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The changes ruined Gold.
Does Platinum still have many benefits?

Of course right now, doesn't really matter. My son says all ( at least in US) lounges are closed. No benefits other than some extra points.

My son is Ambassador Lifetime. A new designation, Higher than Titanium.
There is no Ambassador Lifetime. The lifetime ends at Platinum [marriott.com]. Titanium and Ambassador are yearly rolling elite tiers. There is apparently an "Elite 5 Star [loyaltylobby.com]" program which is "unofficial" where you are chosen essentially directly by the CEO of the company and it's not like hundreds of people have this. There is one mention by a single person "on Google" about "Lifetime Ambassador" but not a single mention anywhere else, including frequent traveler sites and the company's website itself.

Ambassador doesn't look any better than Titanium, really - the only item it has on Titanium is the Ambassador, but I question how useful that is, even in good times. Apparently they canned a great number of ambassadors [onemileatatime.com] (for obvious reasons)

There used to be a Titanium Lifetime, but it's not discontinued so you basically have to have been grandfathered in [viewfromthewing.com].

With the events of the past 6 months or so, things are different and generally statuses have been extended a year - that seems to be a good blanket statement for the whole travel industry.
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What rewards category qualify for the free night rewards? I'm assuming up to 6 based on this: https://www.marriott.com/loyalty/...idPopUp.mi
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Hmmm...I was planning to use points in May and in the same category that would max out the value of this. Are we sure the 5th night free won't apply? Probably still worth it for me...especially since I pay my auto insurance in a few weeks for the whole year so $2k down right off the bat.
Yes, it is a certainty that 5th night free doesn't apply to certificate bookings.
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What rewards category qualify for the free night rewards? I'm assuming up to 6 based on this: https://www.marriott.com/loyalty/...idPopUp.mi
Category 6 for standard periods; Category 5 Peak, or Category 7 off-peak.
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looks like this is basically the old American Express Bonvoy card which is no longer available but I still have. Same 1 free night per year, $95 annual fee, 15 nights counted towards status annually.
Indeed it does.

I have the new Amex one. I was semi-debating adding this card. With the dual status bonus (15 nights / year) that would bring me automatic gold status per year. But with Covid and the lack of biz travel now, I find it hard to believe I would find another 20 nights / year to get me to the next tier. And even that next tier it is questionable if that would be worth the $200 / year in fees I pay between the two cards. I welcome any comments....
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I have the new Amex one. I was semi-debating adding this card. With the dual status bonus (15 nights / year) that would bring me automatic gold status per year.
I may be mistaken, but don't believe they would credit you 15 elite night credits for each card if you had two cards.
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Earn five Free Night Awards, each valued at 50,000 points, when you get approved for the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless™ Credit Card and spend $5,000 in the first three months from account opening.*

Other standard benefits including annual 1 free night also applies.
Annual fee $95.

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https://creditcards.chase.com/a1/...&SPID=G8QC

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