You cannot get an SPG credit card with 50,000 bonus points, as there is no SPG credit card available on the market right now.
Marriott acquired Starwood and the Starwood Preferred Guest program was merged with Marriot’s loyalty program. So it’s definitely worth taking a look at some of the best Marriot credit cards instead.
It’s also worth checking out some of the best hotel credit cards if your travels take you to other hotel chains. And if you’re a frequent traveler who doesn’t want to be tied to a specific chain of hotels and resorts, it’s worth taking a look at some of the best travel credit cards on the market. These could save you just as much at the same hotels, while giving you more redemption versatility for your travels.
The best Marriott credit card initial bonus is offered by the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card. It consists of 3 free nights for spending $3,000 in the first 3 months. Each night certificate is valid for a one night hotel stay with a redemption level up to 50,000 points.
Besides this generous initial bonus, the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless also offers extensive ongoing rewards: 10 points per $1 spent at gas stations, restaurants, and grocery stores in the first 6 months (up to $2,500 combined), 6 points per $1 spent at participating Marriott hotels and 2 points per $1 on all other purchases. It does come with a $95 annual fee, but its rewards more than make up for it.… read full answer
Here are the Marriott credit card initial bonuses:
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