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Chase is out with a very interesting new upgrade offer for those still hold the old Chase Marriott Rewards credit card: earn either 10 or 15 elite night credits after spending $3,000 by the end of June (depending on which offer you are targeted for).
- Targeted offer to upgrade your old Chase Marriott Rewards card to the new Chase Marriott Bonvoy Boundless card (formerly called The Chase Marriott Rewards Premier plus) and get 10 or 15 elite night credits when you spend $3K by 6/30/19
- Direct link to see if you are targeted
Key Card Details
|Card Name w Details No Review (no offer)
$95 Annual Fee
Earning rate: ✦ 6X Marriott Bonvoy ✦ 3X gas stations, grocery stores, and dining on up to $6K in combined purchases each year ✦ 2X everywhere else
Card Info: Visa Signature issued by Chase. This card has no foreign currency conversion fees.
Big spend bonus: Earn Gold status when you spend $35K each year ✦ 1 Elite Night Credit towards elite status for every $5K spent
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 ✦ 1 Elite Night Credit for every $5K spent
See also: Marriott Bonvoy Complete Guide
This is a very interesting upgrade offer. Whereas previous upgrade offers were for points, this one will get you to elite status faster. Keep in mind that you still earn one elite night credit for every $3,000 spent on old Marriott Rewards card if you never upgraded it to the Premier Plus/Bonvoy Boundless You’ll lose that benefit if you upgrade.
I’m personally intrigued by this particular offer. I’ve already got more than 30 nights down this year with just enough planned/booked to hit 50 and requalify for Platinum status. This offer would put me within a stone’s throw of Titanium, which is intriguing if Marriott continues to offer a soft landing in the future when I don’t requalify.
On the other hand, points certainly may be more valuable to many, especially since you can manufacture Elite nights without upgrading. I’m not totally sure whether or not I’ll take the offer and I suspect it will only appeal to those on the edges of elite tiers.
Overall, it’s interesting to see this different strategy to entice people to upgrade. I’ll have to give this one some thought.