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Marriott credit cards: Current welcome bonuses in 2020

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If you’re a Marriott loyalist, having a Marriott Bonvoy credit card is an easy way to boost your points earnings and work toward future award stays at your choice of more than 7,000 properties around the world. Even if you’re not planning on booking travel in the near future, keep in mind that Marriott points don’t expire until 24 months from your last account activity — and using a Marriott credit card is considered account activity.

For those looking to earn more Marriott points, this generous limited-time offer for the

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Wyndham And Barclays Launch All-New Credit Card Lineup With Higher Bonuses

Major developments are currently underway not just in the hotel industry itself due to the challenges of COVID-19, but also in the marketplace of co-branded rewards credit cards. As hotel chains, not to mention airlines, have sold billions of their loyalty points to credit card issuers, consumers have been seeing higher sign-up bonuses, enhanced product benefits, and even new cards altogether appear – intensifying what was already a competitive atmosphere. Hilton and American Express recently launched some of the highest-ever welcome offers on their slate of co-branded cards while Marriott and Chase have done the same with theirs. Now, Wyndham and Barclays have revealed both new and refreshed Wyndham Rewards credit cards aimed at luring wary travelers back to hotels. Here are the details.

New Cards, New Perks

Wyndham Rewards is the loyalty

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Some Lucrative Card Bonuses; How Ruth Bader Ginsburg Helped Women Get Credit Cards

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Paved the Way for Women to Get Credit Cards

If you are a woman who holds a credit card, you owe it in large part to the efforts of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. In Reed v. Reed, the landmark 1971 case highlighted in the 2018 film “On The Basis Of Sex”, Ginsburg co-wrote a brief arguing that a provision of Idaho state law which said men were to be preferred to women in appointing the administrators of an estate violated the Constitution. The court agreed, finding unanimously that dissimilar treatment, “on the basis of sex,” between men and women was unconstitutional. [NextAdvisor]

Here’s Who Qualifies for Chase Sapphire Preferred’s New Massive, Limited-Time 80,000-Point Welcome Bonus

Chase just released its highest ever welcome bonus: eligible new Chase Sapphire Preferred Card applicants can earn 80,000

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