There are several new Chase Offers out that are good for 10-15% back at many Marriott brands. We have offers on both personal and business cards for SpringHill Suites, Westin, Sheraton, Fairfield and for Marriott Bonvoy as a whole. I’m sure that there are more variations out there.
The maximum cashback on the offers that we see varies from $57-$102 and the expiration dates are between 11/15 and 11/30. All stipulate that the purchase has to be $100 or more.
- New Chase Offers are out that are good for 10-15% back at Marriott Bonvoy properties with a purchase of $100 or more:
- 15% off any Marriott Bonvoy property ($85 max)
- 10% off any Westin property ($102 max)
- 15% Fairfield Inn and Suites ($57 max)
- 15% off any Springhill Suites property ($61.50 max)
- 15% off any Sheraton property ($85 max)
- Various expiration dates
- All Marriott Bonvoy brands – 11/30/22
- Westin – 11/24/22
- Springhill Suites – 11/15/22
- Fairfield – 11/24/22
- Sheraton 11/30
- Valid one time only
These Marriott Chase Offers seeem to be coming more frequently, but targeted at specific brands and with generally short expirations when compared to the Marriott Amex Offers (although, to be fair, the Amex offers often disappear before the stated expiry).
Although the percentage off is lower than recent Amex offers, it is worth noting that the Chase offers should work at any property worldwide, as opposed to the Amex Offers which are always limited to properties in the US/Mexico/Caribbean.
Gift cards purchased at the front desk of a hotel have historically triggered Chase Offers. It can be challenging to find a Bonvoy hotel that actually sells gift cards, but you should be able to call around to nearby properties before heading out ( it’s worth asking for a manager if they do sell GC, as it’s common for front desk agents to not know how to sell them). Marriott gift cards work across brands, so if you buy a gift card at a TownPlace Suites you should have no trouble using it at a Westin or Ritz or any other Marriott brand despite the branding on the front of the physical gift card.
Keep in mind that only the first charge triggers most Chase offers, so it is probably best not to use the card loaded with the offer at check-in (when they may preauthorize a lesser amount) but rather at check-out (or prepay).