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Re: Hotel cards that pay for itself.

kekrre wrote:

MrShush wrote:

Confirmed--the Marriott card is metal.


Is that metal with an EMV chip? If not, were you offered it as an option?


From what I understand new versions of the card are being sent out now that are metal with EMV. Older versions will be phased out and replacement cards will be sent within the next few months. Some have requested it and had it sent sooner, but others have made the same request and have been told to wait until they get around to it. As usual YMMV.
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