I was wondering if it were possible for 2 people to open separate Marriot Bonvoy Boundless credit cards through Chase, but have them linked to the same Bonvoy membership number?
My understanding is "NO". I wanted my wife to have another credit card account and populate into my Reward accounts for point accumulation, etc. I was told that could not happen. What I did do is open a separate different Marriott Credit Card under my name, but it used exclusively by my wife and the points (terms are not as good) are added into my Rewards account. The card has annual fee of $45 as opposed to the $95 of my card which does include no foreign transaction fees.
The other possibility is to have your significant other get the Signature Card ($95 annual fee) and have them open a separate rewards account and transfer those points into your rewards account. Obviously, you have to be proactive and setup the transfers. Not sure if there are any restrictions on how often you can transfer or if they is transfer charge. Hope this helps you.
No transfer fee between spouses at the same address. No limits on how often transfers can be executed, but there is a 100,000 point per year cap.
I opened up a separate Chase card for myself, and just transfer the points into my husband's account
Confused why folks would not just have their wife / spouse / husband as an additional cardmember? That’s how my wife and I do it
She buys a lot more items and is constantly returning items. Therefore it is a lot easier to track her spending and returns by keeping her activity separate.
gotcha! you can filter on spending cardmember pretty easily in the AMEX app if that helps
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