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$50 gift card plus free night or 3 free Marriott hotel nights – Chase : spend $2500 with Marriott Rewards Visa Signature Card; Exp. – unknown

By , June 19, 2011
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Note: You can redeem 25,000 points (22500 bonus points + 2500 regular points) for a $50 gift card at Marriott SkyMall ( http://www.bankperks.net/r.php?url=https://www.skymall.com/mr/subdept.htm?c=203344899 ). Alternatively, you can redeem 20,000 bonus points for 2 nights in category 2 hotel or one night in a category 3 hotel. See more details here. You will also get a Free Night Stay E-Certificate in 6 to 8 weeks after account opening. Annual fee is waived for the first year.


Terms:

You will qualify for and receive your bonus after your first purchase/first use of the card. First purchase/first use includes purchases, balance transfers, or any checks that are used to access your account, and excludes cash advances. After qualifying, please allow 6 to 8 weeks for bonus points to post to your Marriott Rewards® account. This one-time bonus offer is valid only for first time Marriott Rewards Credit Card Cardmembers. Previous and existing Marriott Rewards Credit Card Cardmembers are not eligible for this bonus offer. If your account is not open for at least 6 months, Marriott and Chase reserve the right to deduct the bonus points from your Marriott Rewards account.

Please allow 6 to 8 weeks after account opening for your Free Night Stay E-Certificate to be automatically deposited into your Marriott Rewards Account. Free Night Stay E-Certificate is valid for hotels in categories 1-4. For participating category 1-4 locations, log on to MarriottRewards.com or call 800-321-7396. The E-Certificate must be redeemed within 6 months from date of issue. E-Certificates may not be transferred, extended beyond the expiration date, or re-credited for points. This one-time bonus offer is valid only for first-time Marriott Rewards Credit Card Cardmembers. Previous and existing Marriott Rewards Credit Card Cardmembers are not eligible for this bonus offer. Chase is not responsible for offer fulfillment.

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