Marriott Boundless 3 free 50K nights + 10x in select categories.

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The Chase Marriott Boundless has come out with a new offer that could be quite valuable for someone able to maximize the use of free night certificates at properties that ordinarily cost 50K points per night.

The Offer & Key Card Details

Card Offer and Details
Marriott Bonvoy Boundless™ Credit Card
3 free nights + 10x in select categories
3 free night certificates each valid for a night up to 50K points after $3K in the first 3 months + 10x on up to $2500 in purchases at gas stations, restaurants, and grocery stores in the first 6 months.

$95 Annual Fee

This card is subject to Chase's 5/24 rule (click here for details).

See Also: Are you eligible for a new Marriott card?

Recent better offer: Earn 5 50K free night certificates after $5K spend in 3 months [Expired 10/28/20]


Card Type: Visa Signature

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Earning rate: ⚬ 6X Marriott Bonvoy ⚬ 2X everywhere else

Big spend bonus: Earn Gold status when you spend $35K each year

Noteworthy perks: ⚬ Annual free night certificate for 1 night at a hotel redemption level up to 35K ⚬ Automatic Silver status ⚬ 15 nights of elite credit each year

See also: Marriott Bonvoy Complete Guide

Quick Thoughts

I typically prefer points over free night certificates. However, Marriott has some great properties at the 50K level. It wouldn’t be hard to get well over $1,000 in value with some redemptions of those certificates, which might make this offer a great deal if you’d otherwise want to use points at properties at that end of the spectrum.

The 10x gas, grocery, and restaurants is also low-hanging fruit. One could easily have more than 25,000 points after completing the welcome bonus spending to add a bit more value yet.

Keep in mind that we saw an offer for five 50K free night certificates last year. If you expect that offer to come back, it would obviously make sense to wait. On the other hand, I’m not confident that we’ll see that offer again. The 5-night offer came out at a very uncertain travel time when most probably wouldn’t have had an immediate use for the certs, limiting the amount of time they would have to use them. As things continue to open up, I’d be surprised if they felt the need to give away five nights again. On the other hand, we’ve seen a lot of awesome offers lately, so one can hope.

I’d probably not jump on this offer without a plan for how to use the certificates. The downside of certificates is of course that they expire in a year and you can neither add points to stay at a higher-tier property nor get anything back if you make suboptimal use of them. But if you know where you’ll use those certs, this could be a solid deal.

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