Posted by William Charles on January 25, 2018
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Published on January 25th, 2018 | by William Charles

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[Expired] Chase Marriott Premier Business: 75,000 Points & No Annual Fee First Year

Bonus is no longer available

The Offer

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  • Chase is offering 75,000 points after $3,000 in spend within the first three months on the Chase Marriott Rewards Premier Business Credit Card. Annual fee of $99 is also waived first year

Card Details

  • Annual fee of $99 is waived 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
  • Marriott gold status after $50,000 in spend 
  • No foreign transaction fees
  • 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 NOT apply to this card

Our Verdict

Same offer on the personal card. The business card will be of more interest to most people as it’s not subjected to the 5/24 rule. The public bonus was previously 80,000 points with the annual fee not waived, this is a much better bonus (5,000 less points but you save $99). In 2016 we saw a bonus for 100,000 points with the AF also not waived, that values Marriott points at 0.396¢ each. Personally I think this offer is slightly better than that offer, but that really depends on how you value Marriott points. There is also no guarantee that the 100,000 point offer will come back.

Keep in mind that Chase will likely discontinue this card in the future, so I do think signing up now makes sense for a lot of people. Before applying for this card I’d recommend reading these things everybody should know about Chase credit cards first. I’ll also add this to the list of the best business credit card bonuses.



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T Roberts
T Roberts

Signed up for this card about 30 days ago with the 80,000 point offer (annual fee not waived). What do you think the chances are that Chase will update the offer to this one?

BW
BW

I would send a secure message and ask them to match this offer.

Sami
Sami

you think secure msg is better than phone?

Sami
Sami

FYI… datapoint: we tried phone CSR and secure msg and Chase wouldn’t match my wife’s 80k with AF to this one.

Lrdx
Lrdx

Beware, this offer does not have 7500 points for AUs, so you’d trade 12500 points for $99 (= 0.792 cent / point)

Sami
Sami

does that apply to the business card though?

Lrdx
Lrdx

I don’t have a live 80k offer link for the Marriott Business card, but according to https://www.uscreditcardguide.com/chase-marriott-business-credit-card/ it did give an extra 7500 point for AUs.

Lrdx
Lrdx

Maybe. Both the 120k offer and the $200 + 2 nights offer for the personal card does mention the 7500 points in the T&C. This offer does not, so you can’t complain if you don’t get it.

CongestionCharge
CongestionCharge

Somewhat odd topic but, does the Ink Preferred have an AU bonus?

CongestionCharge
CongestionCharge

Thanks! I couldn’t find anything that said it did.

George
George

Applied for the 80k public link about 20 days ago, I SM them and they said the 7500 AU bonus is not available for my acocunt. Should I still add AU to see if the bonus post? thanks Doc

Won
Won

DoC, I just got an email from Chase support stating the opposite.

Hello Won,

I’ll be glad to assist you with your inquiry regarding the
rewards for your Marriott Business Credit Card account.

Won, let me share that you can employees on business card
and not authorized user. You add authorized user on
consumer cards. You do not earn points on adding
employees on a business card, if you are referring to any
other account number please reply to this email with the
complete account number. Once your email is received we
will assist you further.

We appreciate your business and thank you for choosing
Chase.

Thank you,
Kanishka
Chase Email Servicing
1-800-436-7927

Original Message Follows:
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CigProfileId:152540612

Hello,

I was told when I applied for the Chase Marriott Business
card that I would receive 7,500 Marriott points for adding
an authorized user, if that person made a purchase.

I have indeed added an authorized user and that person has
made a purchase, but I was never credited with the 7,500
Marriott points for the authorized user’s spend.

Could you please assist me? Thank you for your help.

Yao
Yao

The $200 + 2 nights offer does say 7,500 points for AU: https://creditcards.chase.com/a1/marriottpremier/res?CELL=67RV&SPID=FNT4

Mrdioji
Mrdioji

Really? Even for the business card? I thought it was personal only.

Dan
Dan

never heard of this, might be worth calling out in the post

BW
BW

Perfect timing! Didn’t want to pay the AF.
Personal card is a harder call because of the 7500 point bonus for adding an AU. I don’t know if that carries over to the no-AF/75k offer or not.

Rob
Rob

damn..applied this morning with the AF. Should have waited until afternoon.

P
P

so this is like getting a Starwood card at 25K sign up bonus except the minimum spend is only earning 1x.

Sami
Sami

the minimum spend on the SPG amex currently $5k so you could use that $2k difference on another card(s).

P
P

That’s true!

Sami
Sami

🙂

MarcoPolo
MarcoPolo

What are the ways to save these points if you cancel your card after 1 year?
Can you transfer them to SPG ?

Sami
Sami

yes. Marriott transfers to SPG. and you can also transfer to different members within your household.

Austin

The points will stay in your Marriott account regardless of your status with Chase. And yeah, you could also transfer to SPG at 3:1

DRT
DRT

You can transfer to SPG without a problem, but you can also just keep them in your Marriott account. They’re not attached to the card, but to your Marriott membership account.

pete
pete

just remember to use points periodically to not lose them..no activity for 12 – 24 months (forget which for marriot points) and they can claim them

VL
VL

If i remember correctly you can just transfer some points back and forth (Marriott SPG… or between household accounts) and that qualifies as an activity so your points do not expire…. i did check that for spg, but not sure about Marriott.

Sami
Sami

DoC – apologies for the crosspost (i commented in the personal post about this): but my wife literally just got approved for this for the 80k with AF but I’m wondering if Chase would match to this. i prefer the lower bonus with the AF waived. would Chase match a lower bonus with the AF waived? I’ve had Chase in-branch waive my business partner’s AF but not sure if we can do this via phone. any help/thoughts is appreciated.

Blue
Blue

I know my next card.

Joe
Joe

I know that the Marriott Premier Business card is not subject to the 5/24 rule but will it count towards 5/24 when I apply for future Chase cards?

zduss
zduss

No, Chase does not count biz cards against 5/24.

Dima
Dima

No, Chase generally does not count business cards towards 5/24.

Ozzi
Ozzi

But Chase can deny you if you are 5/24 while applying any Biz card

Hai
Hai

not approved immediately. will get mail reply in 30 days

Any phone number to call chase?

Sami
Sami

there’s a flow chart on Reddit that I believe DoC may have linked to in the past that tells you what action to take based on what the notice says. you can google “reddit chase flowchart” and i’m sure you’d find it.

Hai
Hai

Thanks.

juanbeny
juanbeny

Just wait it out.

TanT
TanT

After I submit the application, it shows me a page with a message to call the Specialist asap and a reference number. The phone number is 1-800-243-6010 Mon-Fri 8am to 10pm EST if you need it.

VL
VL

That is most likely identity verification and has nothing to so with recon. Call them asap… the chances are you will be approved after that.

Had this situation twice with my SO.

TanT
TanT

Yes, I was approved for $5K credit limit after a bunch of questions about my identity and then “please hold for 7 (?!) minutes”. This is my first Chase business card.

Mo
Mo

Don’t know why these people are telling you what they are.
Use this: https://www.doctorofcredit.com/credit-cards/credit-card-reconsideration-line-telephone-numbers/
And there’s no reason to wait it out. Just call and ask what you can do to get it approved

Mo
Mo

Edit: this only applies if you have a normal business, or have a good story about your “business”, as recon will ask a bunch of questions.

MarcoPolo
MarcoPolo

Mo
Because you don’t want to call recon line unless you are actually denied.
The above # is just for ID verification.

OC
OC

I got the same message and alternatively an option to call 1800 243 6010. Got approved instantly after verifying identity. Good luck!

bullfrog23414
bullfrog23414

I applied on 1/25, got the 30 day message. I called last night (1/29), still the 30 day message. This morning I saw the card in my online account, but called the number anyway (belt + suspenders), message said approved. I didn’t do anything else, just waited.

DB
DB

If you got the bonus for a personal card in the last two years, can you still get the bonus for the business version? Thanks in advance.

Lrdx
Lrdx

That should be no issue.

MarcoPolo
MarcoPolo

Yes. Absolutely.

Gerhardt
Gerhardt

Anyone else get this card around the end of November 2017, with an 80K link, and not have an annual fee charged yet?

Mr. Emoji
Mr. Emoji

Doc, if I have both cards, do I get to stack the 15×2 credit nights? I tried to search the answer, only found some information on TPG but DPs appear conflicting. Do you know? Thanks!

Ryan
Ryan

Yes the credit nights stack. I hold Marriott Business card and Marriott personal card. Both credits stacked.I currently have 30 nights banked in my acct.

Mr. Emoji
Mr. Emoji

Thank you Ryan! That certainly helps, otherwise $99 for the cat 1-5 property doesnt seem a strong proposition to me.

Ryan
Ryan

No problem. Just make sure you sign up for a business and personal Marriott card so that you get the full 30 nights. I applied for my business card and personal card within about 2-3 weeks of each other and got approved for both. Apply for the business card first, wait for approval from Chase, then apply for the personal card. Not to mention if you apply for both cards within a few weeks of each other, then you can get (2) free Cat 1-5 certificate to use at your anniversary card date instead of just one. Just make sure to fill in your Marriott rewards # on each Chase credit application.

Priya
Priya

Guys, How can one get 15 credit nights on this business card i got approved for? Wow that is insanely terrific and i would be ecstatic to get them……and in that case i’ll apply for the Personal one too, immediately after hearing from ya’ll

MarcoPolo
MarcoPolo

Ryan
How do you “bank” so many nights?
Thanks.

George
George

In the past, having both personal and biz stacked the credit nights, I think Frequent Miler had a post about it recently…

Mr. Emoji
Mr. Emoji
captainsave
captainsave

Applied and got the 30 days message.

Ozzi
Ozzi

Same as my sister. Shall we call to re-con?

MarcoPolo
MarcoPolo

Call 1-800-243-6010 Mon-Fri 8am to 10pm EST to discuss your application with a Customer Support Specialist.
I got approved after verifying basic info.

Lantean
Lantean

I applied on Friday and got the same message. Today I was approved without calling.

CM

Any fresh DPs whether you can use a pull for doing a business and personal app in one day? Thinking about doing this together with AARP.

Jeff G
Jeff G

Attempted to get matched to 75K no fee from the 80k and fee that I was approved for a few days ago. Here is the response:

“I am happy to assist you with your bonus points and annual
fee waiver for your Marriott Rewards® Premier Business
Credit Card account.

xxx, I reviewed your account and see that the option to
match the 75,000 bonus points and to waive the annual fee
is not available as you requested. The original offer you
applied for will remain on your account. You will receive
80,000 bonus points after you spend $3,000 on purchases in
the first 3 months from account opening. Your account will
also be assessed with an annual fee of $99.00.

Please know, purchases do not include balance transfers,
cash advances, cash-like charges such as travelers checks,
foreign currency, and money orders, any checks that access
your account, interest, unauthorized or fraudulent
charges, or fees of any kind, including an annual fee, if
applicable.”

George
George

got the same response as you… sigh and no 7500 AU bonus either..

Justin
Justin

same

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