Marriott, Uber Just Increased the Requirement for Earning Bonvoy Points on Uber Eats Food Delivery Marriott, Uber Just Increased the Requirement for Earning Bonvoy Points on Uber Eats Food Delivery

Marriott, Uber Just Increased the Requirement for Earning Bonvoy Points on Uber Eats Food Delivery

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Update July 10, 2023: Marriott just increased the spending requirement for qualifying Uber Eats orders. You now need to spend $40 before taxes and fees (instead of $25) to qualify.

Who doesn't love more ways to earn points and miles on the things you are already spending money on? Starting back in April 2021, Marriott and Uber launched a new partnership letting Bonvoy members earn Marriott Bonvoy points when taking Uber rides and ordering Uber Eats. And with some smart planning, you can stack this points-earning ability with lots of other great promotions.

Overview of the Uber-Marriott Partnership

  • 6x Marriott Bonvoy points when ordering $40+ with Uber Eats when you have the order delivered to any property in the Marriott portfolio.
  • 3x Marriott Bonvoy points when you book an Uber ride on Uber XL, Uber Black, Uber SUV, and Uber Comfort rides.
  • 2x Marriott Bonvoy points on Uber Eats restaurant and grocery orders when the total is $40 or more.
  • $40 requirement is before taxes, fees, and tips.

How to Link Your Marriott and Uber Accounts

Earning Marriott Bonvoy points on Uber purchases began as of April 14, 2021. To be eligible for earning, make sure you have both an Uber account with a valid US-based phone number and a Marriott Bonvoy account. You can sign up for both by using this link.

Once your accounts are set up, you will need to link them, which you can do here. Or you can do it in the Uber App:

  • Scroll down and select the “settings” option
  • Find and click the “Marriott Bonvoy–Earn points on rides and food” option
  • Click on the “Link Account” button at the bottom
  • Add your Marriott login info to link your accounts

link your Marriott Bonvoy account to your Uber account

Maximizing the Marriott-Uber Offer

Marriott Bonvoy points are earned in addition to the points you will earn spending on your credit cards. According to the AwardWallet merchant code lookup tool, most of our favorite cards with restaurant and dining spending categories should earn these bonuses with Uber Eats.

American Express® Gold Card

The American Express® Gold Card earns its place as one of the best rewards cards for dining and restaurants. You'll earn 4x Membership Rewards points when you order with Uber Eats. On top of that, you will now earn 6x Marriott Bonvoy points on Uber Eats orders of $40+ to a Marriott property.

The Amex Gold card also comes with a $10 monthly UberCash allowance. By adding your Amex Gold to your Uber account, you'll get $10 added to your Uber account at the start of each month. UberCash can be used for Uber rides and Uber Eats. And you should still be able to earn Marriott points when using UberCash credits to order food.

Chase Sapphire Reserve®

Chase Sapphire Reserve® cardholders earn 3x Ultimate Rewards at restaurants and eligible dining including delivery services like Uber Eats. Now, you can also earn up to 6x Marriott points earned via this new offer.

Final Thoughts

It's so refreshing to see these types of partnerships allowing members to earn more points than ever on the things we are already spending money on. Don't forget to check your cards and see what offers and elevated earning potential they have so you can maximize your points and miles to the extreme.

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  • What a joke…

  • Thanks for this post and the information, super useful!!

  • I think this is Marriott’s answer to the Hilton Lyft partnership.

  • frederick vos says:

    I do not have an uber app but i do have a marriott titanium member ship. how do i go about getting uber and connect with marriott? thx. Fred

  • This is a great post! Now that I use food delivery frequently since WFH and I love staying at Marriott. I will for sure link them when I book my upcoming hotel stay at Marriott. Thank you for your detailed instructions!

  • Great! Thanks for your post, will do. I am a fan of both Marriott and Uber so I will link both of them from your Link

  • I’d updated the Uber app (Android) but still wasn’t seeing the place to put the Marriott account. Turns out I somehow wasn’t running the updated app, even though I’d closed it. Relaunched the app and was able to link the accounts. It did have me confused.
    Now, who’s doing a mattress run and ordering Eats for the fun of it?

  • Jeremy Palumbo says:

    Fantastic! These partnerships are really developing brand ecosystems – not just loyalty to a brand, but loyalty to a series of brands that give added bonuses to spend within the group.

  • Good news. Uber and SPG used to have a parnetship, so it’s great Marriott is bringing it back!

  • Cool passive benefit. I’ll probably do a one-time Uber Eats order to get the extra points, but looking through local restaurants, I see a lot of inflated prices (even for picking up food rather than getting delivery).

  • Marriot and Uber. Interesting partnership. Can’t hurt to sign up!

  • This is a great way to keep earning Marriott points while we remain at home. Do we have any information on availability for use on international locations?

  • Jennifer says:

    I guess this is Marriott’s answer to the Hilton Lyft partnership. I just wish this covers more than just the United States.

  • Good job Marriott, this is a great way to boost your Bonvoy points balance doing something you’d normally just do anyway….hope Doordash and Hilton are watching, this is a great cross marketing opportunity for their competitors – love to see more partnerships like this going forward.

  • Christopher Platts says:

    This is a great article and I really appreciate the help to create the link between the Marriott and Uber accounts. Super and thanks a lot for the detailed instructions. Really excited to use this helpful information.

  • I use Uber / Uber Eats basically all the time so I can now get free points by doing absolutely nothing, sweet! Does anyone know if having Uber Eats Pass affects this at all?

  • Has anyone took advantage of this? Trying to figure out how quickly the points deposit. I also wonder if coupons or Uber Pass affect the $25 requirement.

  • This is a really nice upgrade and a good reason to use Marriott.

  • I love it when companies form partnerships to do stuff like this! It makes you feel like they are actually trying to help you out by giving you wins for doing things I already do! Thanks awardwallet for keeping me informed and up to date on all these nifty and useful promos and partnerships!

  • I’m so excited about partnerships between Uber /Marriott. I’m already using Uber so why not get the extra points.

  • I like this partnership earning Bonvoy points using Uber. I think hotel syats complement very well with delivery and transportation. I’ll use it when I have the chance.

  • Annettte Gurdjian says:

    I sure hope this blog post gets me a few miles on American so my 190,000+ miles don’t expire. Shame on American for still keeping an 18 month expiration on miles when United, Delta and Southwest have all eliminated miles expiration. American was always shabby for having 18 months expiration when the other airlines let you go 24 months.

  • Oh! I have linked it and I just have to get an order from Uber Eats. I usually don’t order Ubers. My husband usually orders our rides. Maybe I should start doing that instead.

  • This is a great benefit it would be interesting for it to be expanded as I do not see it avaialbe in LATAM, any plan of expanding so we can take advantage of the combination of benefits?

  • angelo fonseca says:

    It is still a benefit, even if the expenses with Uber, in general, are not very significant in the monthly budget.

  • I guess this is their answer to hilton and lyft doing the same.

  • This partnership is nothing truly exciting but gravy is gravy.

  • I see this partnership as an excellent way to top up AND round up account balance.

  • Nice partnership, a shame it’s only avail. in the US for now

  • Can’t wait to use this to triple dip on Uber Eats

  • Great way to earn some extra Bonvoy points if you’re going to spend money on Uber rides and eats anyway….any hotel/airline partners lining up for Lyft yet?

  • Easy way to earn some extra points from existing Uber usage. And it looks like this is a counter to the Lyft and Hilton / Delta relationship.

  • Let’s see if I can use this in Canada (with my US phone number and US Uber account). With Lyft, I can earn Hilton points, but not Delta.

  • I signed up right away and I have both cards that will let me maximize my earnings. I haven’t yet signed up for the Uber East pass through my Amex Gold card. That’s next on my to-do list.

    I got the impression that I would no longer earn the Uber points now that I’ll be earning Marriott points. I hope I’m wrong.

    • I just reviewed it again, and I see nothing in the terms that suggests you won’t still be able to earn Uber Rewards, Uber’s in-house loyalty points program. We should be good accumulating both.