Great Amex Offer for Marriott Stays

by Anthony Losanno
Chicago Marriott

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I’ve written about Amex Offers before and how much money I’ve saved with them (over $2,100 on The Platinum Card® from American Express alone). A new one popped up today to save $60 when spending $300 or more. In my eyes this is found money and more than helps to justify the annual fees for holding American Express cards. These tend to be randomly targeted and I have heard they can be capped. Check your account and enroll now if it is there.

AMEX Offer

The terms:

Get a one-time $60 statement credit by using your enrolled eligible Card to spend a minimum of $300 USD in one or more purchases on room rate and room charges at participating Marriott Bonvoy® properties in the U.S. and U.S. territories, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean from 1/10/2023 to 3/31/2023. See terms.

Anthony’s Take: I find great value in The Platinum Card® from American Express. It has had a prominent place in my wallet for many years now. While it does have an annual fee of $695, I find that offers like the one above, plus many other benefits more than cover this cost. It will always be my go-to for lounge access, savings, and booking airfare from the airlines to earn 5x points. Learn moreRates & Fees.

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