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70K after spending $1000 in 3 months;
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50,000 points after spending $1,000 in 3 months:
http://www.dansdeals.com/go/marriott1/

Users are reporting that Chase (ask via SM) will agree to match the 70k offer (or even 80k, apparently) if you spend $3,000.

70k Biz link after 2000 spend 3 months.
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Once you get the anniversary Category 1-5 certificate, it stays in your account, even if you cancel your card and don't pay the AF.
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Re: Marriott Rewards Card
« Reply #960 on: July 21, 2020, 09:48:51 PM »
OK, I have the Bonvoy Boundless card, which I got when I was spending a lot of time in hotels for work. Not currently doing that, nor planning on doing it again anytime soon.

Debating downgrading the card to the no-AF version, though it doesn't have the free annual night. I know the annual night is worth a lot, but honestly, I don't even know if/when I'd use it.

Wanted to hear the thoughts of those more experienced in this game than I am.

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Re: Marriott Rewards Card
« Reply #961 on: July 21, 2020, 09:57:14 PM »
OK, I have the Bonvoy Boundless card, which I got when I was spending a lot of time in hotels for work. Not currently doing that, nor planning on doing it again anytime soon.

Debating downgrading the card to the no-AF version, though it doesn't have the free annual night. I know the annual night is worth a lot, but honestly, I don't even know if/when I'd use it.

Wanted to hear the thoughts of those more experienced in this game than I am.
Two points:
1) you might as well try for a retention offer like I just got here
2) you can try to sell your free night here and if your just looking to break even or make a very small profit, you will probably have takers.
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