Marriott Will Reshuffle Credit Card Lineup
Marriott currently has four credit cards issued by Chase and American Express. Chase offers the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless and Marriott Bonvoy Bold cards. American Express has the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant and Marriott Bonvoy Business cards.
Two new cards could soon be added to the lineup, as mid-range options. The new names are Marriott Bonvoy Bevy and Marriott Bonvoy Bountiful. Marriot already registered these trademarks a few months back, and now there’s also a new card design that was first revealed by View from the Wing.
As you can see from the image, the Marriott Bonvoy Bevy will be a new card in the American Express lineup. It is already listed as one of the cards in the Public Theater partnership with American Express. The Marriott Bonvoy Bountiful is expected to be a new Chase credit card. The two new cards are expected to have $250 annual fees.
As part of the portfolio reshuffle, the Bonvoy Brilliant card could see the annual fee jump to $650 based on some surveys that were recently sent out, and information from the VFTW article. We could also see some additional benefits added to the Bonvoy Brilliant card.
Marriott most likely will launch two new cards in the coming months. We already have an image for the new Amex Marriott Bonvoy Bevy card, but we don’t know what the Chase Marriott Bonvoy Bountiful will look like. We also have rumors for a $250 annual fee. There are no details on benefits and earning rates for either card.
We have reached out to Marriott for more information on these two cards and will update the article with any relevant details. (Update: they said they have nothing to share at this time)
Let us know in the comments how you feel about these possible changes in the Marriott credit card portfolio!
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