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Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Card: 5 Free Nights After Spending $5k in 3 Months

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Earn 5 Free Nights (each night valued up to 50,000 points) after spending $5,000 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening with the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card..The annual fee is $95.

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  • For a Limited Time Only! Earn 5 Free Nights (each night valued up to 50,000 points) after qualifying purchases.
  • Our Best Free Night Offer!
  • New Benefit! Earn 3X Bonvoy points per $1 on the first $6,000 spent in combined purchases each year on grocery stores, gas stations, and dining.
  • New Benefit! Earn 1 Elite Night Credit towards Elite Status for every $5,000 you spend.
  • 1 Free Night Award (valued up to 35,000 points) every year after account anniversary.
  • Earn up to 17X total Bonvoy points per $1 spent at over 7,000 hotels participating in Marriott Bonvoy® with the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Card.
  • 2X Bonvoy points for every $1 spent on all other purchases.
  • Receive 15 Elite Night Credits annually, automatic Silver Elite Status each account anniversary year, and path to Gold Status when you spend $35,000 on purchases each calendar year.
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whats this give me over my existing marriot card?
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whats this give me over my existing marriot card?
2nd wife and 2 kids
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So not 250,000 points outright?
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What if I want to book nights at over 50,000 points? Am I unable to do so with the free nights or does it just knock of 50,000 points (so a 70,000 point night becomes 20,000 points)?
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What if I want to book nights at over 50,000 points? Am I unable to do so with the free nights or does it just knock of 50,000 points (so a 70,000 point night becomes 20,000 points)?
Don't think it works like that. Must be 50k or below
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What if I want to book nights at over 50,000 points? Am I unable to do so with the free nights or does it just knock of 50,000 points (so a 70,000 point night becomes 20,000 points)?
"Of course, these free-night certificates are not exactly the same as 250,000 points. Each one can only cover a single night at up to 50,000 points, though thanks to Marriott's recent program changes, you can top each one off with up to 15,000 additional points if you already have Marriott Bonvoy points in your account. So theoretically, each of these certificates can help you get a night's stay worth up to 65,000 points, depending on your points balance.

You can't combine multiple certificates to cover a single night, say, using two 50,000-point ones for a 100,000-point night at a luxury property. Still, the number of certificates available with this offer and the versatility of being able to top them off with even more points means plenty of possibilities for putting them to use."

from thepointsguy site
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What if I want to book nights at over 50,000 points? Am I unable to do so with the free nights or does it just knock of 50,000 points (so a 70,000 point night becomes 20,000 points)?
You can use Marriott points to top-up the certificates by up to 15k points each (for a booking to up to 65k points/night).
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Currently have Bonvoy Brilliant and Bonvoy Business from Amex. I have never had the Chase Bonvoy cards. Am I eligible for this sign up bonus?
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What if I want to book nights at over 50,000 points? Am I unable to do so with the free nights or does it just knock of 50,000 points (so a 70,000 point night becomes 20,000 points)?
Yes, you just burn some of your points. What you can't do combine with a cash payment to make up the difference.
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You can use Marriott points to top-up the certificates by up to 15k points each (for a booking to up to 65k points/night).
Thanks. Too bad it's not 20k points/night. Looking to stay at the Westin Paris Vendome next year but it's 70,000/night.
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Thanks. Too bad it's not 20k points/night. Looking to stay at the Westin Paris Vendome next year but it's 70,000/night.
Keep checking. The amount of points always changes.
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Will those free nights expire in a year?
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Yes, you just burn some of your points. What you can't do combine with a cash payment to make up the difference.
They have rates that are points and cash for certain locations. Not sure if you can use those rates but assume you can
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