Making Sense of the New Marriott Bonvoy Co-Brand Cards

Marriott has taken another big step towards combining its rewards programs by launching a new lineup of Marriott Bonvoy co-branded cards from Chase and American Express. The new cards come with some great benefits as well as attractive, limited-time welcome bonuses. As of yesterday, several existing products were permanently retired to make room for the new cards.

How to Transfer Marriott Bonvoy Points to Another Account

During its recent rebranding exercise, Marriott updated its policy for transferring points between Marriott Bonvoy accounts. The previous policy allowed members to transfer up to 50,000 points per year, with an exception for one-time transfers that were to be used…


Everything About The Marriott Bonvoy Rewards Program

From humble beginnings in 1983 as Marriott Honored Guest Awards, Marriott Rewards is the oldest continuously operating hotel loyalty program in operation today. With roughly 54 million members, Marriott Rewards (when combined with sister rewards program The Ritz-Carlton Rewards) is the second largest hotel loyalty program in the world, second only to IHG Rewards Club (92 million). That said, Marriott Rewards members have access to more hotel rooms across the world.


Free Points with Marriott Trivia Game – 29 Ways to Stay

Marriott’s has finally launched (after a one-week delay) its game giving away points and stays worth $3,369,371.80. The game runs through November 8, 2018, and you don’t have to purchase to take part. There is a vast array of prizes up for grabs, with a 50/50 chance to win 50 points each day.


Which Credit Cards Earn Marriott Bonvoy Points?

While none of Marriott’s co-brand cards offers the return on non-bonus spending of the SPG cards of old, cardholders can still collect a ton of Marriott points by stacking credit card spending on bonus categories with shopping portal bonuses and Marriott promos, and by taking advantage of any bonus points awarded for in-hotel spend.