Card Details

Bank Name: American Express
Network Type: Amex
Card Type: Personal
MRC Rating My Rate Compass's ratings are determined by our editorial team. Our editors rate credit cards objectively based on the benefits and features the credit card offers, interest rates, the fees, and how a credit card compares with other cards in its category.: (4.4)

Fees

Annual Fee: $120
Additional Card Fee: $0
Purchases Interest Rate: 19.99%
Cash Advance Interest Rate: 21.99%

Eligibility

  • You're a Canadian resident
  • You've reached the age of majority in your province or territory

Recommended Credit Score

Average to Excellent (670-900)

Marriott BonvoyTM American Express® Card Review

Welcome Bonus: Earn a Welcome Bonus of 60,000 Marriott Bonvoy points
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Review of Marriott BonvoyTM American Express®

WELCOME BONUS OFFER

  • New Marriott Bonvoy™ American Express® Cardmembers earn 60,000 Welcome Bonus points after you charge $3,000 in net purchases to your Card in your first three months of Cardmembership*
  • Plus, get a $120 statement credit when you charge $10,000 in net purchases to your card in your first twelve months of card membership. Offer subject to change at any time*


ANNUAL FREE NIGHT AWARD
Receive an Annual Free Night Award4 after your anniversary each year 

  • Earn 5 points for every $1 in eligible Card purchases at participating Marriott Bonvoy properties

  • Earn 2 points for every $1 in all other Card purchases

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Marriott BonvoyTM American Express® Card Rewards
General cash back earn rate
1
Categories cash back earn rate
1
Marriott BonvoyTM American Express® Card Features
Priority airport services
No
Airport lounge access
No
Concierge service
No
Balance protection(Optional)
No
Purchase Security & Extended Protection Insurance
NO
Flight delay insurance,Baggage Insurance
Yes
Vehicule rental insurance
Yes
Travel accident insurance
Yes
Travel medical insurance
Yes
Marriott BonvoyTM American Express® Card User Reviews
Total Reviews: 0

Rating: 1 2 3 4 5 ( 4 )

Application Experience: 1 2 3 4 5

Rewards/Features: 1 2 3 4 5

Customer Service: 1 2 3 4 5

Convenience: 1 2 3 4 5

Likelihood to recommend: 1 2 3 4 5

 

Advantages:

 
Receive complimentary Marriott Bonvoy Silver Elite status.

Enjoy an automatic upgrade to Marriott Bonvoy Gold Elite status when you reach $30,000 in purchases charged to the Card each year5

Receive 15 Elite Night Credits each calendar year with your Marriott BonvoyTMAmerican Express® Card. These can be used towards attaining the next level of Elite status in the Marriott Bonvoy program3
 

Editor`s Review:

As the credit card’s name implies, spending on this card allows you to collect points towards the Marriott Bonvoy Rewards Program. This loyalty program allows you to redeem points on Marriott, Delta, Renaissance, Sheraton and Westin hotels, to name a few. Points can be used towards the base cost, taxes and fees. In addition, there are no restrictions or blackout dates, you can book whichever dates you want. Last, but definitely not least, this is the only Canadian credit card that earns Marriott Bonvoy points!

 

If you don’t want to use your points for a hotel room, you can transfer your points to an airline loyalty program. There are tons of participating airline programs, including Aeroplan. Receive a 15,000 point bonus from the Marriott BonvoyTM program when you transfer 60,000 points to a frequent flyer program. There are several other uses for the points you earn using this credit card, but the hotels and flights are where you’ll get the best value. Given how many options there are, you likely won’t be redeeming your points elsewhere!

 

Card holders earn five points for every dollar spent at a Marriott property and two points for every dollar spent elsewhere. You’ll also receive a welcome bonus of 60,000 points once you spend $3,000 in the first three months of card ownership. Finally, card holders receive fifteen Elite Night credits every calendar year, Marriott Bonvoy Silver Elite status, Marriott Bonvoy Gold Elite status when you spend $30,000 on your credit card in a year, guaranteed in-room internet and basic travel insurance. All of these benefits come with a $120 annual fee.

 

Unlike most AMEX credit cards, this one is not a charge card. That means that the credit card’s balance can revolve from month to month without additional repercussions. If you don’t pay your full credit card balance every month, not having a charge card is ideal. In addition, there are no income requirements aside from paying the annual fee. On the contrary, the only pitfall is that American Express isn’t as widely accepted as Visa or Mastercard. This can be challenging when travelling or even using your credit card on a day to day basis.

 

Overall, the American Express Marriott Bonvoy Card is one of Canada’s finest credit cards. The versatility of the credit card allows you to use your points towards hotels and flights which truly is the best of both worlds. If you’re an avid traveler, this may be the credit card of your dreams!

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Mohamed Konate

Mohamed Konate is a personal finance expert, blogger, and marketing consultant based out of Toronto. He is a former financial services professional who worked for many years at major Canadian financial institutions where he managed the marketing strategy around various financial products ranging from credit cards to lines of credit. Mohamed is passionate about personal finance and holds a Bachelor in Business Administration from the University of Quebec (Montreal) and a Master in International Business from the University of Sherbrooke (Quebec).He is also the author of the Canadian Credit Card Guidebook.