Tue. Jul 16th, 2024

The BEST Strategy for Marriott Elite Status (Using Credit Cards)

The BEST Strategy for Marriott Elite Status (Using Credit Cards)

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The Marriott Bonvoy program can offer a lot of benefits but may not be the strongest when compared to statuses from other hotel chains.

In this video, I want to go over the methods to get the most value out of the Marriott Bonvoy program.

There’s the typical way of doing things through stays, but by using Marriott Bonvoy credit cards in a strategic way, getting to those higher elite statuses can actually be quite easy to do.

So in this video, I’ll go over the Marriott Bonvoy Elite statuses as well as the credit card strategies to help you achieve the one that’s the best for you so you can elevate your Marriott stays and have the best possible experience.

Here are the best credit cards for each status. For Silver Elite, I recommend the Chase Marriott Bonvoy Boundless card. For Gold Elite, I recommend the Amex Bonvoy Business card.

For Platinum Elite, I recommend the Amex Bonvoy Brilliant card, and I say it’s a recommendation, but this card is actually the only option. And for Titanium Elite, I recommend both the Amex Bonvoy Brilliant and Bonvoy Business cards since there isn't a single credit card to get this status automatically, and you can combine the elite night credits from both cards to get you Titanium Elite status faster


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📚 Chapters:
00:00 Intro
00:43 Marriott Bonvoy Basics
03:57 Marriott Bonvoy Statuses Explained
12:39 Best Credit Cards for Marriott Bonvoy Status
14:14 Outro


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