Marriott Bonvoy Boundless benefits include 1 free night at a Marriott property each year after the account anniversary, automatic Silver Elite status in the Marriott Bonvoy loyalty program, and travel insurance coverage. The Bonvoy Boundless card also has a $0 foreign transaction fee and an initial bonus of 125,000 points and 1 free night award for spending $5,000 in the first 3 months.
Silver Elite status gets Bonvoy Boundless cardholders priority late checkout, free Wi-Fi, member rates, and 10% more points on stays with Marriott. And Bonvoy Boundless cardholders already earn 6 points / $1 spent at over 7,000 participating Marriott hotels, as well as 2 points / $1 on all other purchases, just from the card alone.
Bonvoy Boundless travel insurance includes coverage for lost luggage, rental cars, and trip delays. In addition, the Bonvoy Boundless card provides purchase protection, extended warranty protection, and zero-liability fraud protection.
A final Bonvoy Boundless benefit is that cardholders get 15 elite night credits each calendar year, which is a head-start to gaining higher elite status levels in the Marriott Bonvoy loyalty program. The extra 15 credits annually mean that cardholders just need to spend 10 nights per year at Marriott hotels to get Gold Elite status. Alternatively, cardholders can earn Gold Elite status by spending $35,000 on their Bonvoy Boundless card annually.
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