Starwood & Marriott New Credit Card Benefits

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Following Marriott’s recent acquisition of Starwood Hotels, via Marriott’s New Center, they are announcing new benefits of their co-branded credit cards from American Express and Chase. Basically now you will be able to earn points across brands between the companies.

Starwood & Marriott New Credit Card Benefits

  •  Starting today, Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card by American Express Card Members in the U.S. can earn two Starpoints® for every eligible dollar spent using the Card directly at hotels participating in Marriott Rewards globally.
  •  Likewise, Marriott Rewards Premier Credit Card from Chase and The Ritz-Carlton Rewards Credit Card from JPMorgan Card Members in the U.S. can earn five Marriott Rewards or The Ritz-Carlton Rewards points for every eligible dollar spent using their respective Card on qualifying purchases made at participating global SPG properties.

In addition to existing reward benefits, U.S.-based American Express and Chase Card Members can now enjoy the following NEW benefits:

    • Marriott Rewards Premier Credit Card from Chase Card Members can earn five Marriott Rewards points for each dollar spent using the Card on qualifying purchases made at participating SPG properties globally.

    • The Ritz-Carlton Rewards Credit Card from JPMorgan Card Members can earn five Ritz-Carlton Rewards points for each dollar spent using the Card on qualifying purchases made at participating SPG properties globally.

    • Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card by American Express Card Members can earn two Starpoints per dollar using the Card directly at hotels participating in Marriott Rewards globally.

 

Bottom Line

This news mean greater flexibility for those with the Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card by American Express and the Marriott Rewards Premier Credit Card from Chase. Looks like for now these cards will remain. We wondered how the merger would impact the Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card by American Express.

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