02-05-2013 07:19 AM
02-05-2013 07:38 AM
Ok folks. I travel often, but I don't necessarily stay at the same property. Often, my girlfriend books hotels through Marriott. If I only travel once a month, is it even worth it to get a hotel card?
02-05-2013 07:55 AM
Jake, you are right, all seasons are great in SD. I'm guessing you are from by the 619 in your name.
Indeed I am. Now if we could just adopt the TX mentality
Because the chicks dig it when I throw down the card to the waiter and...it comes in handy if I'm short on cash until payday and need a short spot. AMEX gets the booty, and that's important when you're a Pirate.
Minor vulgarity edit --Rev
05-18-2013 05:08 AM
One of my classmates from last year (i had a business class with him) had a Mariott card (I believe it was the premier card). The annual fee is 85$, from what I have seen it is mostly good for business travelers or people who stay at mariott often. Starwood is good if you happen to stay at Sheraton's or Four Season Hotels. The other cards mentioned are good too.
I believeChase Marriott Rewards Premier is metal
It is metal, a friend of mine has it. Very nice looking card!
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