Marriott Cardholders Earn 10X Total Points at Marriott Homes and Villas for the Rest of 2021

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Marriott just launched a great new promotion for those looking to get back to travel without staying at a hotel. Marriott cardholders will earn 10X total points on all stays booked at Marriott Homes & Villas properties now through the end of 2021. This promotion is available to all Marriott co-branded credit cardholders automatically with no enrollment required.

Marriott Homes & Villas 10X Points Promotion

Earn 10X Bonvoy points at Marriott Homes & Villas

Starting June 1, 2021, Marriott members will earn 10X total points when booking any of the 30,000 homes in the Marriott Homes & Villas portfolio. This promotion is open to all new and existing cardholders with no additional enrollment required.

Just use a Marriott credit card to book a stay with Homes & Villas before December 31, 2021, and you'll earn 10X points. Eligible cards include:

You'll earn 10X points on the first $7,500 in spending through this promotion.

Note that this promotion brings your total earned points up to 10X, inclusive of what you already earn with your Marriott Bonvoy credit card. So if you have the Bonvoy Bold, you will earn 7X additional points through this promotion in addition to the 3X points you'd otherwise earn. Most other Marriott cards will get an additional 4X points on top of the 6X already earned with the card.

Earn Even More Bonvoy Points at Marriott Homes & Villas

However, you'll end up earning more than 10X Marriott points on the stay. Marriott Bonvoy members earn a base of 5 Bonvoy points per dollar spent at Marriott Homes & Villas (excluding booking fees, taxes, cleaning fees, and extra add-ons during stay). If you're an eligible cardholder, you'll earn a total of 15 Bonvoy points per dollar at Marriott Homes & Villas — 10X from your credit card spending and 5X from the stay.

Elite members earn up to a 75% elite bonus on top of the base earnings. That means Titanium and Ambassador Elites will earn 18.75 Bonvoy points per dollar at Marriott Homes & Villas.

Plus, Bonvoy elite members will receive additional points as Elite Welcome Gift. Gold Elite members will get 500 bonus points while Ambassador Elite, Titanium Elite, and Platinum Elites will get 1,000 bonus points at check-in.

Terms and Conditions

  • Amex cardholders will receive bonus points into their Marriott Bonvoy member account up to 8-12 weeks after the end of each month that their eligible purchase was made.
  • Chase cardholders will receive bonus points into their Marriott Bonvoy member account 6-8 weeks after their eligible purchase.

Our Take

Holidays bookings are reaching an all-time high. People want what they can't have. And just like the prohibition, the travel ban from the past year has made people crave a vacation more than ever. As such, Marriott's 2021 Q1 bookings are up 720% over 2020 Q1. In fact, if you want to take advantage of this promotion, don't wait too long or the selection of available properties will dwindle.

One of my thoughts about this promotion is it rewards the lower-level cardholders. Bonvoy Bold cardholders will get a better bonus (7X) than Marriott Boundless cardholders (4X) with this promotion.

Will you be taking advantage of this Marriott Homes & Villas promotion?

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  • Very tempting. It’s a nice boost if you do these kind of properties. I usually stay in hotels but might need it this year. I will see what kind of promos are out on my summer vacation.

  • Pretty nice that they are supporting people seeking alternative lodging options to hotels. Hopefully this is indicative of a broader acceptance of the trend!

  • This, I would try. AirBNB, not so much.

    • If you’re open to this, I’d certainly recommend being open to Airbnb as well. Same concept, structurced in a similar manner. Both are corporations, managing private homes for stays. And, both have an enormous incentive to manage quality control. I have had wonderful stays at multiple Airbnbs. The only time I didn’t, Airbnb stepped up and immediately made it right.

  • Guy Ginestet says:

    Sounds quite interesting. How can we know if such Marriott credit cards are available for non US residents ?
    On the other hand, this is a “AirBnB” type of offer run by Marriott, are these property fully owned by Marriott or properties from private landowners that put them for rent through Marriott ? If so, is it possible to enter into an agreement and how ?
    Thanks for the feedback,
    Guy Ginestet


    • JT Genter says:

      Unfortunately, it looks like it’s only open to Marriott’s “US portfolio of American Express and JPMorgan Chase cobrand credit cards”

  • This is structured like many Choice Hotel promotions. That’s not a good thing.