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This Mariot Bonvoy Visa card certainly strives for the boundless, featuring a generous 6X points at Mariot Bonvoy hotels along with the 11X points you’ll get for Silver Elite status. It comes with a plethora of benefits for staying at Marriott Bonvoy properties, for a price of $95 per year.
This card was formerly called the Marriott Rewards® Premier Plus Credit Card.
Cardholders get 6X Bonus points per dollar at Marriott Bonvoy properties, in addition to the 11X Base points per dollar you’ll earn from your member status. Every other purchase will earn 2X Bonus points per dollar.
There are also a number of valuable hotel perks, like a Free Night Award every year after your account anniversary. This can be redeemed for a night’s stay worth up to 35,000 points. You also get guaranteed Silver Elite Status, with a fast track to Gold by spending $35,000 in an account year.
Cardholders will get 15 Elite Night Credits per year, which can be used to increase your elite member status. You’ll also get invitations to fascinating experiences through Marriott’s Premier Experience Events.
This card has a $95 annual fee. There are no fees on foreign transactions.