We have good news for you! The Chase Marriott Bonvoy Boundless sign-up bonus of 5 free night awards is back! Each award is valued at up to 50,000 points, and they do need to be used within one year of earning them.
To book your stay with these Marriott free night awards, you’ll book one night at a time. That means there is no 5th night free when redeeming these awards, but you can “top” them off with up to 15K Marriott points to stay at a higher-tier hotel (so each award could be worth up to 65K points).
You will get 5 free night awards when you spend $5,000 in the first three months. Remember, this starts on the date you are approved for the card! In addition to this great bonus offer, you will receive:
Alex stayed at the Le Meridien Resort in the Maldives. This is an amazing use of a 50K free night award! I have also stayed at the very inventive and creative JW Marriott on the island of Phu Quoc, Vietnam with 50K free night award.
The Walt Disney World Swan/Dolphin is always a popular choice with our readers, too! You can get some more ideas in this post. Have your spouse or travel companion get the card as well, and you can get 10 free nights!
If you want some Marriott Bonvoy rewards, now is a great time to sign up for the Chase Marriott Bonvoy Boundless card. We have stayed at some amazing Marriott hotels, and being able to stay for free never gets old. The Marriott Bonvoy Boundless card is offering a high bonus—will you be applying?
P.S.—Marriott has complicated eligibility rules. If you’ve had other Marriott cards in the past, you may not be eligible for this card. You can get our Marriott Eligibility Chart here.
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