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Last month we reported on how you could earn up to 45,000 points a year by interacting with Marriott Rewards on Social Media. Well, Marriott has released a mini calendar for the events through the end of September, and what you can earn for interacting with Marriott.
September 2017 Promos
The rewards for September are as follows:
- September 17 – 1,000 points with an NFL topic of interaction
- September 22 – 50 points with a Marriott Moments topic of interaction
- September 24 – 1,000 points with an NFL topic of interaction
Points To Remember
One thing to remember is that to earn your bonus points, apart from registering and connecting your accounts and following the instructions for each promotion, you will have to set your social media account settings to public so that Marriott can verify your interactions.
You have to be relatively quick to take advantage of these offers, since the last offer on September 17, 2017, only ran for 7 hours from 13:00 to 20:00 ET. Remember, you can also earn 50 points each day by interacting with Marriott over Twitter with the hash tags
#RewardsPoints #MembersGetIt once you've connected your accounts.
Marriott points don’t get easier than this, even if you factor in the minute or two of your time you need to look up the answer. (On September 17, Marriott asked what the length of a football field was.) With a cap of 45,000 points and only a minute or two, you can easily top up your Marriott points balance. There are plenty of opportunities to maximize your points, including redemptions for some great experiential rewards.
Source: Marriott Rewards
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