42 Loyalty Reward Program Promotions Ending Soon 42 Loyalty Reward Program Promotions Ending Soon

42 Loyalty Reward Program Promotions Ending Soon

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We keep track of a lot of loyalty programs here at AwardWallet (653 to be exact). Loyalty programs constantly offer new promotions to keep members engaged, and we strive to keep you up-to-date with the best of these on the AwardWallet Blog.

Over the next couple of weeks, at least 49 loyalty reward program promotions and credit card offers are coming to an end. These promotions include:

  • Savings on shopping (e.g. 50% off on Amazon purchases)
  • Buy miles promotions (up to 140% bonus)
  • Bonus points on hotels (e.g. up to 15k Marriott points)

Want a curated list of loyalty program promotions? Log into your AwardWallet account and browse to your personalized AwardWallet promotions page.

Here's a roundup of all of the promotions you might want to maximize these coming weeks.

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Our Take

That's a lot of offers. Maybe you don't have time to accomplish all of them and want to focus on the best deals. Those we think deserve the most attention include 15k bonus points per night with Marriott, 25% transfer bonus from Amex to Flying Blue, buy Choice Privileges points with 35% bonus, and a free 12-month subscription to iTranslate Pro with American Express.

Check back on September 22 for the latest update of this reoccurring post.

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