Earn Marriott Points With Refer-a-Friend Program

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Via View From the Wing, you can refer friends or family members to join the Marriott rewards program and earn up to 100,000 Marriott points.

To earn the points, the folks you refer must sign-up through your link by August 8, 2016, and have paid stays at Marriott hotels over the next year.

Earn Marriott Points With Refer A Friend Program

Earn Marriott Points by Referring Friends or Family Members to Join the Marriott Rewards Program

I’ll tell you more about the referral program and how you can win a $500 Marriott gift card.

What’s the Deal?

Link:   Marriott Reward a Friend 

Link:   Marriott $500 Gift Card Sweepstakes

Through August 8, 2016, you can invite friends and family members to join the Marriott rewards program.  Once they join, you and the person you refer will earn 2,000 Marriott points for each of their paid stays.

To get the maximum 100,000 Marriott points, refer 10 friends or family members who each have 5 paid stays in the next year.

It’s free to sign-up.  And you never know when you or the person you refer will earn free extra loyalty points throughout the year.

Enter to Win a $500 Marriott Gift Card

Marriott is also giving away a $500 Marriott gift card.

To enter, complete the following by August 8, 2016:

The winner and the first person who accepted their invitation to join Marriott Rewards will each win a $500 Marriott gift card.

Marriott hotels include:

Which hotel would you pick if you earned 100,000 Marriott points?

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