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pats23
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Chase Marriot Elite night

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So looking at this card and it says for every 3k in net purchases you get a elite night?? what is an elite night? and if its what it sounds this seems like a crazy good perk.

 

 

Edit:: just opened my eyes, I understand now


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FinStar
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Re: Chase Marriot Elite night


pats23 wrote:

So looking at this card and it says for every 3k in net purchases you get a elite night?? what is an elite night? and if its what it sounds this seems like a crazy good perk.

 

 

Edit:: just opened my eyes, I understand now


I don't have this one in my CC collection.  Enlighten us!  LOL :smileyvery-happy:

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djc1puno
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elite nights are "points" earned towards elite membership...i don't remember on top of my head, but the more elite nights you earn the higher your membership status w marriott...of course the higher, then the more perks you get...:smileyhappy:



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djc1puno wrote:

elite nights are "points" earned towards elite membership...i don't remember on top of my head, but the more elite nights you earn the higher your membership status w marriott...of course the higher, then the more perks you get...:smileyhappy:


Thanks djc1puno :smileyhappy:  Very informative indeed!

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FinStar wrote:

djc1puno wrote:

elite nights are "points" earned towards elite membership...i don't remember on top of my head, but the more elite nights you earn the higher your membership status w marriott...of course the higher, then the more perks you get...:smileyhappy:


Thanks djc1puno :smileyhappy:  Very informative indeed!


you're welcome :smileyhappy: wish i was more informative tho...lol



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djc1puno wrote:

FinStar wrote:

djc1puno wrote:

elite nights are "points" earned towards elite membership...i don't remember on top of my head, but the more elite nights you earn the higher your membership status w marriott...of course the higher, then the more perks you get...:smileyhappy:


Thanks djc1puno :smileyhappy:  Very informative indeed!


you're welcome :smileyhappy: wish i was more informative tho...lol


LOL... it's all good.  I don't have this CC in my arsenal for the points and I don't frequent Hyatts as much, just occassionally if there is no alternative.

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Re: Chase Marriot Elite night

Marriott requires you to have a certain number of elite qualifying nights each year to gain/maintain status with them.

 

Silver = 10 nights

Gold = 50 nights

Platinum = 75 nights

Premier Platinum ~100 nights (unpublished level)

 

Silver isn't really worth anything, and the real benefits begin at gold. Therefore if you wanted gold status, you need to charge 105k per year through your Marriott card. The card comes with 15 elite nights automatically, so the remaining 35 x $3000 = 105k.

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CreditScholar wrote:

Marriott requires you to have a certain number of elite qualifying nights each year to gain/maintain status with them.

 

Silver = 10 nights

Gold = 50 nights

Platinum = 75 nights

Premier Platinum ~100 nights (unpublished level)

 

Silver isn't really worth anything, and the real benefits begin at gold. Therefore if you wanted gold status, you need to charge 105k per year through your Marriott card. The card comes with 15 elite nights automatically, so the remaining 35 x $3000 = 105k.


+1  so true......just hope nobody tries to achieve Gold by spending only on this card ..LOL

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lg8302ch wrote:

CreditScholar wrote:

Marriott requires you to have a certain number of elite qualifying nights each year to gain/maintain status with them.

 

Silver = 10 nights

Gold = 50 nights

Platinum = 75 nights

Premier Platinum ~100 nights (unpublished level)

 

Silver isn't really worth anything, and the real benefits begin at gold. Therefore if you wanted gold status, you need to charge 105k per year through your Marriott card. The card comes with 15 elite nights automatically, so the remaining 35 x $3000 = 105k.


+1  so true......just hope nobody tries to achieve Gold by spending only on this card ..LOL


I thought about doing it at some point just until I hit lifetime gold. With rollover nights, its easily doable in a few years.

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