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Marriott Bonvoy has extended their promotion giving new members who complete two stays a free night. The promotion is valid for new members who create a loyalty account and complete two paid stays by July 29, 2020. The free night is valid for one year at any Marriott property costing 25,000 points or less per night.
- Promotion is only open to new Marriott Bonvoy members
- You need to join through the promotion page
- Complete two paid stays and receive a free night Award
- Stays must be completed by July 29, 2020 (extended from January 28th)
- Free night award is valid at properties up to 25,000 points per night
- Award night is valid for 1 year from date of issue
This is a generous promotion for new Marriott Bonvoy members and is worth considering if you are thinking of switching your loyalty to Marriott. Even though Marriott overhauled its rewards program recently, it offers some great features and benefits.
Since this promo is off limits to those with an existing Marriott account, your first instinct might be to create a new one, but the terms do state that you won't be eligible if you previously had an account. (If or how that might be enforced is a different question entirely). However, if you have a spouse or family member who doesn't have an account, this is a great opportunity to set one up. Marriott doesn't state an age requirement in their terms and conditions: only that the individual must possess, “the legal authority to agree to the Program Rules,” which isn't much help with whether one of your kids could earn a free night. One final note is that the person to earn the free night must use the free night, presumably meaning they would have to be present at check in.
If you are thinking of switching your loyalty over to Marriott, then a Marriott Co-branded credit card can make a lot of sense. Whether you opt for the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless™ Credit Card or the benefit-packed Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™ American Express® Card, will ultimately depend on your stay and spending patterns. Small business owners can also opt for the Marriott Bonvoy Business™ American Express® Card, to earn Marriott points from their business expenses.
Source: Marriott Bonvoy
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