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Earn 10 Points/Dollar On Gas & Dining With Chase’s Marriott Credit Cards

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At the beginning of May, both Chase and American Express announced that their Marriott Bonvoy co-branded credit cards would earn bonus points for spending on groceries/at US supermarkets through to the end of this month and, with just three weeks left to go of that promotion, Chase has now announced that its Marriott credit cards will all be offering bonus point on dining and at gas stations.

New Bonuses On Chase Marriott Credit Cards

Between 15 July and 15 September 2020, holders of all Chase credit cards affiliated to the Marriott Bonvoy program will be able to earn 10 points/dollar when using their card(s) for spending at gas stations or when paying for dining. The participating cards are as follows:

*Indicates that a card is not open to new applicants

Activation is required for each card via this dedicated Chase webpage (by 15 September 2020) and when you register successfully, you should see a confirmatory message similar to this one:

As the confirmation message mentions, the 10 points/dollar on offer is only available on up to a total of $3,500 in combined spending on dining and at gas stations but, in more positive news, delivery services like Grub Hub and DoorDash will trigger the bonus earnings.

Link to full terms and conditions

Quick Thoughts

This is another clever move by Chase as it works hard to keep its travel-related rewards cards relevant at a time when most people aren’t traveling. It comes on top of the recent announcement that Chase’s Sapphire Cards will earn additional bonus points for spending at gas stations, on select streaming services, and on Instacart deliveries and on top of the revelation that, despite no official announcement from Chase, the Sapphire Cards are also earning bonus points for dining too.

I value Marriott Bonvoy Points at 0.06 cents each so that means that all the Chase Marriott Bonvoy Cards listed above will be offering an effective rebate of 6 cents/dollar (6%) on dining and on spending made at gas stations…and that’s not bad at all when you consider the fact that most of the cards in question only cost $95/year to hold.

Bottom Line

Between 15 July and 15 September 2020, all of Chase’s Marriott Bonvoy Credit cards will earn 10 points per dollar on dining and for spending made at gas stations and this will make them highly competitive with a lot of the more premium cards in the marketplace. I’m a little surprised that we haven’t seen American Express follow suit and offer the same boost in earnings on its own Marriott Bonvoy credit cards (and possibly even its Hilton Honors credit card), but that may be something that is on its way…I guess we’ll find out soon enough!

For Your Consideration

Successful new applicants for the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card can currently earn 100,000 bonus points after they spend $3,000 on eligible purchases in the first 3 months of card membership. The card allows all cardholders to earn bonus elite nights from the spending they put on the card and it continues to offer the highest earnings rate available for spending at Marriott properties worldwide.

Our Favorite Benefits:

  • 6 Bonvoy Points/dollar at Marriott properties worldwide
  • An annual free night certificate (worth 35,000 points) every account anniversary
  • 15 elite night credits each calendar year
  • Earn 1 elite night credit for every $5,000 spent
  • No foreign transaction fees

Click for more details on the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card

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  1. Anyone else having trouble registering for this promotion with the Ritz Carlton CC? I keep getting the same error message about being ineligible.

    • My only Chase Marriott card is the Ritz-Carlton card and I didn’t get an error message. Try clearing cookies and cache and seeing what happens…or use a browser you don’t normally use.

      • I’m starting to wonder if this is targeted (Note: Chase hasn’t suggested that it is as far as I know)

  2. Error Message : “Thank You
    The offer you are attempting to access is not available for the card account you entered. If you have another account, please try signing in using that card’s information.”

  3. I get there error message The offer you are attempting to access is not available for the card account you entered. If you have another account, please try signing in using that card’s information.” while signing up using my Marriott Boundless Credit card

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