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Just a week after announcing the Summer Bonus promotion and Sweet Summer Sweeps, Marriott Rewards Frequent Guest is back with another incentive to stay at Marriott hotels this summer.
In its biggest airline promotion of the year, Marriott is offering 1000 air miles for every qualifying stay in full-service hotels and resorts up to a maximum 5000 miles.
You must register for this promotion and have your accommodation booked by July 15, 2016, for stays between June 1 and August 31, 2016. In a similar structure to IHG's Double Up promotion we wrote up earlier this week; you do need to switch your earning preference over to air miles in your Marriott account. Unfortunately, for both the IHG Double Up and this new offering from Marriott, you cannot earn hotel rewards points and miles at the same time.
Which Airlines Are Participating?
- American Airlines
- Delta Air Lines®
- Southwest Airlines® (Rapid Rewards points instead of miles)
- United Airlines
Valid for stays at select hotels in the U.S., Canada, Caribbean and Latin America, check the list of participating hotels for this promotion here.
If you prefer to earn miles over points, this promotion is an excellent addition to the summer promo selection and will give you another way of racking up air miles. Personally, I would have liked to see a companion promotion for Marriott's Summer Bonus offer rather than an alternative, but, with it being peak season and occupancy rates at their highest levels for the year, it is no surprise that the offerings are a little lukewarm.
To register, head over to the promotion page and select the airline you wish to allocate your miles to. Clicking the link will take you through to the registration page for your chosen carrier.
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