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Need advice on a card...

Any cards out there that allow accumulated points to be transferred to Marriott Rewards points?  I am not able the get in with Chase so I need something else.  Do Citi ThankYou points transfer to Marriott or just Hilton?

 

Thanks all!

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Re: Need advice on a card...

Amex (SPG) for sure

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Re: Need advice on a card...


fltireguy wrote:

Amex (SPG) for sure


Should have mentioned that I can't get in with Chase or Amex.  I have the Citi Hilton card but now that it's going away, I am left without a hotel rewards card.  I spend approximately 60 nights per year at Hilton and Marriott properties.  
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Re: Need advice on a card...


SpecFile wrote:

fltireguy wrote:

Amex (SPG) for sure


Should have mentioned that I can't get in with Chase or Amex.  I have the Citi Hilton card but now that it's going away, I am left without a hotel rewards card.  I spend approximately 60 nights per year at Hilton and Marriott properties.  

Why not just get a Venture or Arrival card, then you can use your 2 points wherever you like.

 

 

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Re: Need advice on a card...


SouthJamaica wrote:

SpecFile wrote:

fltireguy wrote:

Amex (SPG) for sure


Should have mentioned that I can't get in with Chase or Amex.  I have the Citi Hilton card but now that it's going away, I am left without a hotel rewards card.  I spend approximately 60 nights per year at Hilton and Marriott properties.  

Why not just get a Venture or Arrival card, then you can use your 2 points wherever you like.

 

 


That might work.
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Re: Need advice on a card...

I would agree with @SouthJamaica!

I have a Venture and absolutely love it! It's my daily driver.

Good luck!
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Re: Need advice on a card...

If you're spending 60 nights a year in hotels, then maybe one the Citi Prestige would work for you.  You didn't say if you also fly and/or rent cars, but with the 4th night free on hotels and airline transfer partners it might be a good option.  You probably have elite hotel status already based on your stays so you don't necessarily need a card that focuses just on a hotel brand.

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happypill wrote:

If you're spending 60 nights a year in hotels, then maybe one the Citi Prestige would work for you.  You didn't say if you also fly and/or rent cars, but with the 4th night free on hotels and airline transfer partners it might be a good option.  You probably have elite hotel status already based on your stays so you don't necessarily need a card that focuses just on a hotel brand.


I am a pilot so airline miles mean nothing to me.  The 4th night free is a great perk.  Thank you for the suggestion.

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