Comparing the five Marriott Bonvoy consumer credit cards

Last week saw Amex and Chase both launching new mid-tier Marriott Bonvoy credit cards which took the count of currently available Bonvoy consumer cards to five. This article compares the annual fees, the earning rates, and the key benefits that these cards offer in what is (hopefully) an easily digestible format to make it easier to see which card (if any) will work best for you.

American Express® Gold Card review (2022)

The American Express® Gold Card is a key card in Amex's Membership Rewards ecosystem as it offers the best earning rates out of any American Express card in select major spending categories. It's a card that offers valuable benefits that help cardholders offset the annual fee and as it earns a currency that's transferable to an impressive variety of airline and hotel loyalty programs, it's a card that can help cardholders make significant savings on aspirational travel bookings.

Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® credit card review (2022) – 100,000 bonus points on offer

If you're a fan of the Marriott Bonvoy program and you enjoy staying at Marriott properties around the world, it would probably make sense for you to hold a Marriott Bonvoy credit card in your wallet. Of all the Bonvoy cards on the market, the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® credit card does the best job of keeping costs low while still offering strong earnings with Marriott and offering benefits that help to offset the card's annual fee.

The Citi Premier® Card is still offering a great 80,000 point welcome bonus

It was back in the middle of June that Citi first raised the welcome bonus on the Citi Premier® Card to an impressive 80,000 points and as that's the best bonus that this card has ever offered, and as this is the best card that Citi issues, it's a little surprising to find that it's still available...but that's great news if you haven't yet got the card.

Chase has launched a new mid-tier Bonvoy credit card (and it’s not very good)

American Express wasn't the only bank to issue a new mid-tier Marriott Bonvoy credit card yesterday. Chase joined in the fun too. Sadly for anyone who has been looking forward to seeing what Chase's mid-tier Bonvoy card will offer (the card has been rumored for some weeks), it looks like the new card is as big a disappointment as the Marriott Bonvoy Bevy™ American Express® Card...and I didn't think that could be possible.

The Ritz-Carlton™ credit card just got better (I didn’t see this coming)

Yesterday was a big day for announcements in the world of Marriott Bonvoy co-branded credit cards with news that the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™️ American Express® Card has been refreshed and the news that two new mid-tier cards have been launched. There was, however, one other piece of Bonvoy credit card news that didn't get any fanfare at all and for some, it was the best news of the day.

The Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™️ American Express® Card gets a big refresh (new annual fee...

Amex has been busy with Bonvoy business today. It has increased the welcome offer on the Marriott Bonvoy Business® American Express® Card, it has unveiled the new Marriott Bonvoy Bevy™ American Express® Card and as I'm going to discuss here, it has also made some very significant changes to the most premium of Marriott co-branded credit cards - the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™️ American Express® Card.

Amex launches the Marriott Bonvoy Bevy™ American Express® Card (why?)

American Express has just announced the release of the Marriott Bonvoy Bevy™ American Express® Card which, as was strongly rumored, will sit between the cheaper consumer Bonvoy cards issued by Chase and the considerably more expensive Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant® American Express® Card. Read on to see what the new card has to offer.

I don’t really like the World of Hyatt Business credit card but I’m tempted...

When the World of Hyatt Business Credit Card was unveiled back in October last year I wasn't particularly impressed with what it had to offer and I said as much when I wrote about it on this site. Now, almost a year later, I can't say that my opinion of the card has changed dramatically but a couple of things are making me seriously consider adding it to my portfolio nonetheless.

Chase Ink Business Cash® credit card review (2022) – A fantastic no annual fee...

Generally speaking, if you want a credit card that offers impressive earnings power you have to be prepared to pay for it and, in a lot of cases, paying for it means taking on annual fees of at least $495/year. Not with the Ink Business Cash Card from Chase.

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