Analysis: Chase Marriott Rewards Premier Credit Card (75,000 Point Signup Bonus)

Marriott Rewards has been experimenting with different signup offers in the past 12 months. The newest offer is 75,000 points after $3,000 in spend within the first 3 months, and the $85 annual fee is waived the first year.

Marriott Rewards Premier Credit Card

  • Annual fee: $85, waived the first year
  • Signup bonus: 75,000 bonus points, after $3,000 in spend within the first 3 months
  • Earn 5 points per $1 spent at Marriott and SPG hotels
  • Earn 2 points per $1 spent at restaurants, car rental agencies, and on airline tickets purchased directly for the airline
  • If you add an authorized user, earn 7,500 bonus points when they make a purchase within the first months of opening.

What we like:

  • One free anniversary night every year
  • Guaranteed Marriott Silver Elite status
  • No foreign transaction fees
  • Marriott Rewards points are redeemable for vacation packages

The Marriott Rewards card is affected by the 5/24 rule, so be sure to get the Marriott Rewards before the IHG or Hyatt card (if you like Marriott or SPG properties). 

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The Chase Marriott Rewards has had several different offers in the past like an 80,000 point signup bonus with an $85 annual fee, and a 120,000 point signup bonus after $12,000 in minimum spend. 

The new 75,000 point signup bonus with the annual fee waived the first year has the highest return on spend compared to the previous offers. 

Interestingly enough, the new offer is similar to the Amex SPG card. SPG points transfer to Marriott at 1:3 ratio. 

The Chase Marriott Rewards Business card also has a 25% return on spending, which is an increase from the old offer. 

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