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Chase Marriott Visa, FYF,50 K points+1 free night,no foreign transaction fee,

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Chase Marriott Visa, FYF,50 K points+1 free night,no foreign transaction fee,

go for this link to get 50K points :D : https://lp12.marriottpremier.ca/?JOBNUM=VMR1207059

English 50K points promo is dead again, but French link is still working:

https://lp34.marriottpremier.ca/fr

regular link will get 30K points only https://www.marriottpremier.ca/


https://www.chase.com/online/canada/mar ... isa-en.htm

50,000 Bonus Points after your first purchase
■1 Free Night Stay at a Category 1-4 location after account approval
■Together, that’s enough for up to 5 Free Nights at a Category 1 Hotel (or 4 free nights at a Category 2 hotel)
■No Foreign Currency Transaction Charges
on international purchases in addition to the exchange rate
■5 points per $1 spent at over 3,500 participating Marriott locations
■2 points for every $1 spent on airline tickets purchased directly with the airline, and at car rental agencies & restaurants
■1 point per $1 spent on purchases elsewhere
■Achieve the next Elite membership level faster with 15 Nights Credit every year
Receive one anniversary bonus free night stay at a Category 1-5 hotel every year just for having the card
■No charge for additional cards
■Plus, the Annual Fee is waived for the first year, then $120 thereafter


Thanks to Bizee-bee, these are the notes, as they seem to be asked over and over at the thread...

All statements for the Chase Marriott Visa cards in Canada cycle on the 11th of each month, make sure you spend at least $1 by the 9th to get your first transaction posted in time. Then wait until the 18th or 19th of the month and check at Marriott.com to see the points posted.
•The initial Category 1-4 e-certificate is deposited to your Marriott.com account a couple of days after you're approved.

•There are no ONLINE statements available by Chase, only paper ones are delivered by postal mail.
You must have some activity every 24 months or else Marriott Rewards points will expire.




HOTEL REWARD CATEGORIES

https://www.marriott.com/rewards/points ... e=Standard

https://www.marriott.com/rewards/points ... rtyList.mi
Last edited by ecgz88 on Aug 15th, 2016 8:44 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Apr 10, 2003
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never heard of this card, but it sounds like a very hot deal.
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Feb 6, 2005
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I tried applying last week, but it wasn't immediately approved, not sure what happens....

Seems like a very hot deal if it's real
Newbie
Dec 18, 2011
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KIRKLAND
The US version of this deal is much better... 50,000 points + 1 free night
sign....
but still thanks!!!
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vaporize wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2012 12:15 am
I tried applying last week, but it wasn't immediately approved, not sure what happens....

Seems like a very hot deal if it's real
Same... oh Chase :(
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Can you transfer the point away?

Edit: 30000 points = 10000 aeroplan miles.
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What is the minimum income requirement?
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The no currency transaction charge is attractive, but i wonder if they just have a worse exchange rate or scam.. no transaction charge doesn't mean no premium on exchange rate

EDIT: Looks like it's real. the card would be good for purchasing from overseas, but you won't be collecting your favourite loyalty points. However, a 2.5% saving is comparable to any point redemption. Cash is still king. :)

Just applied online because of the exchange rate thing. :) it's immediately approved. it says card will be mailed out in 5-7 days.. and for a 3-star hotel, it's like 20000 points for 1 night. for the one at downtown toronto (yonge/bloor), it's 25000 points.
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samhoque wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2012 6:49 pm
What is the minimum income requirement?
I'd like to know this as well.
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samhoque wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2012 6:49 pm
What is the minimum income requirement?
PCalvin wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2012 11:28 pm
I'd like to know this as well.
If you're asking think you really need this card.......omg let me guess maybe 60-80K........
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kareshi wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2012 7:12 pm
The no currency transaction charge is attractive, but i wonder if they just have a worse exchange rate or scam.. no transaction charge doesn't mean no premium on exchange rate

EDIT: Looks like it's real. the card would be good for purchasing from overseas, but you won't be collecting your favourite loyalty points. However, a 2.5% saving is comparable to any point redemption. Cash is still king. :)

Just applied online because of the exchange rate thing. :) it's immediately approved. it says card will be mailed out in 5-7 days.. and for a 3-star hotel, it's like 20000 points for 1 night. for the one at downtown toronto (yonge/bloor), it's 25000 points.
The Amazon.ca Rewards Visa has no foreign transaction fee either, and the card is free: http://www.amazon.ca/gp/cobrandcard/mar ... pr=con31ca
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Sep 28, 2010
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Me n my better half are going to get credit cards together, this seems like a pretty hot deal. I also looked into the capital one visa ( rated best on rewards canada), any opinions ?
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