Posted by William Charles on November 23, 2016
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Published on November 23rd, 2016 | by William Charles

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Chase Marriott Premier 150,000 Point Bonus (5x Points On Up To $30,000) – Now Public

The Offer

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  • Receive 5x points per $1 spent on up to $30,000 in purchases within the first year (150,000 points total)
  • Receive 7,500 bonus points when you add an authorized user and they make their first purchase
  • Annual fee of $85 is waived

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Card Details

  • Annual fee of $85 is waived the first year
  • Card earns at the following rates:
    • 5x points per $1 spent at Marriott & Ritz Carlton locations
    • 2x points per $1 spent on airline tickets purchased directly with the Airline, at car rental agencies and at restaurants
    • 1x points per $1 spent on all other purchases
  • Anniversary bonus of a free night certificate for a category 1-5 property.
  • 15 credits towards Elite membership after approval and every year after account anniversary
  • 1 elite credit for every $3,000 spent
  • This product is available to you if you do not have this card and have not received a new cardmember bonus for this card in the past 24 months
  • Chase’s 5/24 rule does apply to this card

Our Verdict

I explained why this was a bad deal when it was a targeted only offer, it becoming public hasn’t changed that. I suggest you read that post if you’re considering this bonus.

Hat tip to reader @DanhEQ1

 



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NinjaX
NinjaX

since chase is fully aware of this game, they are now manipulating their bonus system to make it look sexy. i bet we will see more of this BS in the future. 70,000 points for an extra $27,000 in spend? yea right. so many other options to spend 27k and get amazing stuff. guess what happens when u even spend 27k on SPG? haha…

Ashley
Ashley

If we spent $30,000 on this card, do we get a total of 150,000 points at the end or is it a total of 180,000 points? (150,000 pts + 30,000 from point per dollar spent).

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