The Marriott Bonvoy Boundless™ Credit Card

Advertiser Disclosure

Welcome Offer

100,000 Marriott points after spending $3,000 in the first 3 months of receiving the card. We value each Marriott point as high as 0.90 cents ordinarily.  $95 annual fee.

Point Accrual

Card earns 2 points per $1 of spend, but 6 points at Starwood or Marriott properties.

Why BestCashCow Likes

Those who stay at Marriott hotels, and who want to take advantage of their higher end hotel properties (St. Regis, Ritz Carlton, Luxury Collection, Edition, Autograph).

Calculating Your Value

Your Annual Points

With our default spend profile, this card can produce 59,600 points annually, assuming your stay at Marriott branded hotels.

We value these points as high as 0.90 cents per point.

So, you can receive up to $536.40 in value per year.

*This value is only achieved if your hotel purchases are at same hotel as the card brand.

Calculate New Values

Enter Your Estimated Annual Spend in Each Category to See How this Card Can Maximize Your Reward Earnings


Most Valuable Redemptions

Even after past devaluations, some bloggers had succeeded in finding redemptions where Marriott points were worth over 3 cents a point at the Westin Snowmass Resort in Colorado and at the Wailea Beach Resort in Hawaii.   However, after category changes and program devaluations in March 2020, we think it will be hard to find redemptions better than 9/10 cent a point.   


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