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Via Frequent Flyer Bonuses, you can earn up to 3,000 Marriott points per night at 21 US Marriott hotels, through March 5, 2017. Including Marriott hotels in cities like San Diego, Houston, and Wilmington, North Carolina.
Registration isn’t required, but the number of bonus Marriott points you’ll earn depends on the hotel.
So check the list of participating Marriott hotels to see if one fits your upcoming travel plans!
Here’s more about this offer and whether it could make sense for you.
Earn Bonus Marriott Points
Link: Marriott Award Chart
Through March 5, 2017, with code “M11”, you can earn up to 3,000 bonus Marriott points per night, for stays in 21 Marriott hotels across the US. In cities like Atlanta, Virginia Beach, Providence, and more!
Registration is NOT required. But the number of bonus Marriott points you’ll earn depends on which participating hotel you chose, and ranges from 1,000 to 3,000 Marriott points per night.
And bookings through 3rd-party sites like Expedia and Orbitz are excluded.
For example, if you stay at the SpringHill Suites San Diego Rancho Bernardo / Scripps Poway in San Diego, you’ll get 1,500 bonus Marriott points per night. At the Fairfield Inn & Suites Seattle Bellevue / Redmond, in Bellevue, Washington, you’ll earn 3,000 bonus Marriott points per night!
So if you have a trip coming up, it could be worth checking to see if there are any Marriott hotels that qualify for this deal in the area.
If you stayed 3 nights at a participating hotel that earned 3,000 bonus Marriott points per night, like the Fairfield Inn & Suites Spokane Downtown, you’d earn enough bonus points for a free night at Marriott Category 1 hotel. Those cost 7,500 Marriott points per night.
And don’t forget, you can transfer any Marriott points you earn to Starwood at a 3:1 ratio.
That said, I wouldn’t go out of my way to take advantage of this offer. Because there are other current hotel promotions, like the IHG Accelerate promotion and Hilton’s Triple Up promotion, where you can probably earn more bonus hotel points. And where you’re MUCH more likely to find a participating hotel wherever you’re traveling to.
The deal is good through March 5, 2017. Registration isn’t required.
Because there are so few hotels included with this deal, it likely won’t make sense for most folks. But if there’s a hotel that fits your travel plans, enjoy the bonus points!