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Marriott Bonvoy Premier Plus Business
Card Type: Visa Signature Business
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Earning rate: 6X Marriott ⚬ 4X dining, internet, cable and phone service ⚬ 4X gas stations and shipping ⚬ 2X everywhere else.
Noteworthy perks: 35K free night award each year upon renewal ⚬ Gold status ⚬ 15 elite night credits each calendar year ⚬ Free in-room premium internet ⚬ 7% discount off the standard rate for a standard room at participating hotels when you book direct (Terms and Conditions apply)
See also: Marriott Bonvoy Complete Guide
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If I apply for this card now, can I get 15 additional nights? I need that to achieve the Platinum status toward 2019
I’m not sure whether the 15 nights will apply until Jan 1.
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hello all. I currently have the Marriott rewards signature business card, that Ive had for many years now. It is my understanding that Chase/Marriott will not send a new card out and my current card automatically turns into the premier business card (in terms of features and earnings). First week of Sept I believe I get my annual free night cert, and my 15 elite night credits. I was banking on getting both, more importantly the free night, but
I want to take advantage of one of the new spg offers, either business card or luxury card before the 26th. Though I am debating if keeping this card makes sense. Can anyone suggest best strategy here and help me with these questions:
Do I need to close this card to take advantage of a new Marriott business card bonus? I think yes but want to confirm, and know if I also have to wait something like 30 days if I close this card before applying for a new one.
I am at 54 nights this year currently, which I believe puts me at platinum for next year already due to changes in the program. If not, I “will” need those 15 elite night credits to stay platinum this year without spending out of my own pocket, so I think I need to
Can I sign up for a marriott premier plus consumer card (if I am under 5/24) and have both the consumer/business card under chase AND before the 26th also get an Amex SPG business or luxury card? I currently have no amex card, but closed my only two earlier this year.
What happens with my annual free night on my current business? Am I able to book a cat1-5 property or does it go by points now (eg 35k), and does this even matter?
Really appreciate some guidance here, thanks all!
Yes, you would have to close it first. And yes wait 30 days, plus make sure it has been more than 24 months since you previously received a signup bonus for the biz card.
Yes 54 nights gets you to platinum.
Current free night certs from old cards are worth 25K points. If you get a new cert with the upgraded card, it will be worth 35K points.
Thanks for the confirmation on business card, going to close this card soon. I am going to hold off and wait for a (hopefully) higher point bonus on the luxury card next time around. Thanks again for the heads up on the old card just giving a 25k free night vs 35k (vs 50k on the luxury card).
Applied on July 29th, got 30 days message. Called reconsideration line several times, they told me to call in 10 days every time, no more info given. Called on August 8th, agent put me on hold several times, then told me I’m approved, without asking any specific questions.
I’m 9/24, no other applications in 2018. Credit score in low 800.
Awesome! Thanks for sharing that info.
What do you think about applying for this card now with the new Marriott business card coming out in August for Chase? It has a chance of going away, so would you recommend getting the bonus now or wait for the new card?
I think it primarily depends upon whether you want the 15 elite night credits this year. The new card won’t offer those credits until 2019 and then they won’t be stackable with elite nights from other cards. So, yes, if you care about status get the card now
I applied for this card and got the 30 day notice so I called in and talked to a rep. After answering questions about my business and my credit report, I was told they couldn’t approve the application. The rep said it was because I got two personal cards in February so not enough time has passed. I currently have 5 Chase personal cards and 1 Chase biz card (all within the past year). I also have other recent cards also. Is it worth calling in and trying to get this approved or will that draw more attention to my account and possibly lead to a shut down? I would use this card for my business (selling items on eBay and Amazon), but I was mainly getting it for the elite nights to get toward platinum before the program changes.
There certainly is some risk of drawing attention to your account. I’d recommend waiting a while and applying later. I expect that this card will still be available after August (but I could be wrong)
hi gents: I’m about to pull the trigger and apply for this Chase Marriott Rewards Premier Business, because i already have the personal version but need an extra 15 Elite Nights (and I’m seeing that they shouldn’t stack per Chase, but in practice they do). However, right now, if you apply for this card using your Links–or ANYONE’S links–there is no mention of 15 elite nights anymore, just “Automatic Silver Status” and “Pathway to Gold Status if you spend $50k). Am I out of luck? I’m a Marriott Silver now with 33 nights, and I need a 15 night boost – NOT an “automatic silver” that i already have. Please help!
I have the exact same question as Alexander. I want to use the sign up link for the 15 night credits toward elite, but am not seeing 15 nights anywhere in the T&C.
Sorry for the late reply. I’m 99% sure that the card still offers 15 nights, but I’m waiting for a Marriott rep to get back to me with confirmation.
Confirmation just came in: Yes the Marriott Business card still grants 15 elite nights
Thanks so much for confirming my question. I applied, and 1 week later, got a letter in the mail asking for “confirmation of business name” in the form of a utility bill or similar formal document. This I don’t have. It’s looking like my application will be denied any day now
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I guess I should have read more carefully. The link you gave me to the Chase United Business Explorer card states the 5/24 applies.
Yes but the Marriott Business card is not subject to 5/24.
Just to clarify, I get that the Marriott Business card is not subject to 5/24 as a qualifying point if I’m applying for it, but if I get the card, does that M Bus card count against my 5/24 when applying for other Chase cards like Southwest?
The Marriott Business card doesn’t add to your 5/24 count either, so no it won’t hurt you for future Chase apps.
Thanks. I will try that.
Called Chase this AM after closing 4 other cards. They told me that the 5/24 rule applied to all Chase accounts including business cards
They gave you the wrong info. It’s not surprising. I’d be more surprised if they knew which cards the 5/24 rule applied to.
I applied for a Chase Marriott Premier Business Card and a Chase United Business Card on the same day. I immediately got an alert from Experian that there was a hard inquiry on my report. I though applications for business accounts didn’t count as hard inquiries?
Inquiries from business card applications do show up on your credit report, but the accounts do not. So if your cards are approved, they will not affect your 5/24 count (since that’s based on number of new accounts, not based on number of inquiries).
Cards were denied because of the number of cards I have. Any suggestion?
Did you call the reconsideration line? You can find the phone number for recon in the Chase section here:
Sometimes, Chase has just reached the maximum amount of credit they are willing to extend to you. If that’s the case, you may be able to call and offer to shift some credit from another card to get approved. For example, if you have a Freedom card with a $15,000 limit, you may be able to offer to move $5,000 from that credit line to the Marriott card to open that. Note that you can only shift personal to personal and business to business.
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I got a Marriott biz card last month. I’ve received my 80k bonus points, but i was pretty sure there was a 7500 point bonus for adding an authorized user and yet i did not receive that bonus.. CS says that bonus was only available for the personal card and not the biz card. Any idea if i was right or wrong?
Chase was right. The AU bonus is only on the personal card.