Increased Offer: Up To 87,500 Marriott Points With Card Offer

Written by Charlie

Another limited time offer from Marriott and this card offer is for 87,500 Marriott points which can get you a lot of options with them!

The Marriott personal credit card is back with yet another offer – this time it is for the 80,000 points again (the last time was this past November)! I have written before about how the Marriott card is easily the most confusion card out there when it comes to card bonuses as there have just been so many and even at the same time! Well, if you want to maximize your Marriott points, this is as good as it gets right now.

New Marriott Card Offer – Earn Up To 87,500 Marriott Points

87,500 Marriott

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The Bad

First, the bad. This card used to offer a free night at a category 1-4 upon opening of the card account (before last fall). That has been gone now for a bit so it decreases the value a little compared to what it used to be. Also, the annual fee of $85 is not waived the first year for this offer. When the offer of 70,000 points is out, that would normally be the better offer since you are not paying the annual fee on that one. Another great offer is the 50,000 points + $200 but that offer says it would have expired January 31, 2016.

The Good

Now the good! 80,000 points is a great offer that opens up a lot of the Marriott portfolio to you for a reward night. It also allows you to stretch the points by using them at lower category properties for additional nights. While this offer requires you to spend $3,000 instead of the usual $2,000 in 3 months, it is still a pretty good offer. Combine that with the 7,500 point bonus for adding an authorized user (and having that user use the card one time in 3 months) and you are looking at a total of 90,500 points after the spending and bonuses! Not bad!

Card Details:

  • Earn 80,000 points after spending $3,000 in the first 3 months
  • Earn 7,500 points after adding an authorized user and having them use the card in the first 3 months
  • 1 free night stay at a Category 1-5 hotel every year after your account anniversary
  • 5 points for every $1 spent at over 4,000 Marriott® locations, including our exclusive luxury hotel partner, The Ritz-Carlton
  • 2 points for every $1 spent on airline tickets purchased directly with the airline, and at car rental agencies and restaurants
  • 1 point for every $1 spent on purchases anywhere else
  • 15 credits toward your next Elite membership level after account approval and every year after account anniversary
  • Earn 1 Elite credit for every $3,000 spent on purchases
  • Annual fee of $85 not waived the first year


While I am not a big fan of Marriott’s reward program, there are a lot of uses for their points and they have a massive footprint for their hotel brands. I like their hotels and to have access to an offer like this could really help you with an upcoming trip or some other uses we will look at this week. Even with the annual fee not being waived, I think the ability to earn 87,500 Marriott points for a fee of $85 is a really solid deal.

Do not forget to check out their business card offer as well that will earn you 70,000 Marriott points without an annual fee for the first year!

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About the author


Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.