On February 12, 2019, American Express and Chase are going to discontinue new applications for the Amex SPG and Chase Marriott Business cards.Read More
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We compares EVERY American Express SPG and Chase Marriott credit card that’s available on the market. Compare the Amex SPG and Chase Marriott annual fees, free night certificates, and spending multipliers.Read More
The Amex SPG was refreshed in August, and Marriott released the Marriott Rewards Premier Plus card earlier this year. Starting on August 26, 2018, you'll only be eligible for a signup bonus from Marriott or SPG, but not both.Read More
Starting August 26, 2018, new rules will be implemented for the Chase Marriott and Amex SPG cards. Most people are speculating that the implementation will be on Marriott's side and link loyalty program numbers to ensure consumers aren't stacking multiple benefits.Read More
Marriott and SPG will roll out their merged program and rewards starting on August 1, 2018. If you have SPG Starpoints, they'll be converted to Marriott Rewards at a 1:3 ratio. We'll cover the optimal strategy on how to use Starpoints if you have a redemption in mind.Read More
Marriott and SPG recently announced the details of their merger. There are a lot of changes regarding new cards, status, airline partners, and hotel categories. This post will focus on the existing cards that might disappear soon like the Chase Marriott Rewards Premier and the Amex SPG cards.Read More
In September 2016, Marriott International acquired SPG Hotels & Resorts for $13.3 billion. The merger aims to lower costs by combining their technology to create one reservation system, along with one loyalty program. Here's a roundup of the rumors we've seen so farRead More