Chase Marriott Rewards® Premier Plus Credit Card Review

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"Valuable travel benefits for those who stay at Marriott and SPG hotels."

A free night's stay and Silver Status along with the potential to earn tons of points make this card great for travelers who prefer Marriott and Starwood hotels.

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Card Snapshot

Card Fees

  • Annual Fee
    • $95
  • Foreign Transaction Fees
  • Interest Rates
    • 17.99% - 24.99% Variable
  • Balance Transfers
    • 17.99% - 24.99% Variable
    • Fee: Either $5 or 5% of the amount of each transfer, whichever is greater.
  • Cash Advance APR
    • 26.99% Variable
    • Fee: Either $10 or 5% of the amount of each transaction, whichever is greater.


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  1. Cornelius Gault · May 5, 2018 · Reply

    I already have the regular chase Marriott card. I wonder if they will let me get this one with the bonus feature while I still have the reg card. Does anybody know a workaround if they block it for having too many chase cards (which they’ve told me before)?

  2. Ling Kay · June 15, 2018 · Reply

    How do you get $50,000 bonus points? It only offers 10,000 points for upgrade?
    Can you explain? Chase told me that if I want to apply Marriott Premier Plus, I need to cancel my current card. They did not say that the new card will be approved, but they said that it would have better chance to be approved than if I keep my current card and apply.
    Is this correct? My question is if I cancel my current Marriott card, will it effect my credit? Someone told me, do not cancel credit card. Is that correct?
    Please advice..

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