(EXPIRED) Marriott Bonvoy Chase Offers: Get 10% back on $100-$750 of spend

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There’s a plethora of new, targeted Marriott Chase Offers available that give 10% back as a statement credit. Most of these are specific to one of Marriott’s many brands, but there’s also one that’s good for Bonvoy properties as a whole.

The Deal

  • Get 10% back as a statement credit when spending $100+ at various Marriott Bonvoy brands with targeted Chase Offers.
    • Maximum credit varies by brand – $38, $43, $57, $68, $75 etc.
    • You must spend a minimum of $100 in order to trigger the offer.

Key Terms

  • Expires March 19, 2024.
  • Maximum credit varies by brand.
  • Offer valid one time only.
  • Offer only valid on purchases made directly with the merchant.
  • Offer not valid on purchases made using third-party services, delivery services, or a third-party payment account (e.g., buy now pay later).

Quick Thoughts

These new Chase Offers give 10% back on stays at various Bonvoy properties and seem to max out at $75 back as a statement credit, but there may be other variations out there.

Unlike Amex Offers that are only valid at Marriott Bonvoy properties in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean, Chase Offers are valid anywhere. As a result, if you’re planning on staying in Europe, Africa or Asia, these Chase Offers can be particularly valuable.

It’s also worth noting that, unlike Amex Offers which can only be applied to one card on your account (without some chicanery), Chase Offers can be added to multiple cards. So, even though each offer can only be used once, you could theoretically use it several times if you’re targeted for the same offer on more than one card.

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Mary Jane

Do you know if it shows up on a Chase personal or business card, can you apply it to a Chase Ritz card?