Blog Giveaway: 15,000 Marriott Points!

Blog Giveaway: 15,000 Marriott Points!

Million Mile SecretsBlog Giveaway: 15,000 Marriott Points!Million Mile Secrets Team

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Thanks to all our readers for your support over the years!  To thank you, we’re giving away 15,000 Marriott points!

Blog Giveaway 15000 Marriott Points
Use Marriott Points for a Stay in The Ritz-Carlton South Beach for Free

For those of us in the miles & points hobby, signing-up for credit cards and collecting rewards seems like a no-brainer.  But lots of folks are much harder to convert!

It can be difficult to understand why.  Anyone searching the internet for how to travel for cheaply is bound to run across miles & points.  But for those of us who do collect, we all found an angle or benefit that finally convinced us.

How to Enter

Link:   Click on This Post and Tell Me Why You Entered the Miles & Points Hobby

To enter this giveaway, tell me what specifically caused you to begin collecting miles & points.  For example, Million Mile Secrets team member Jesse needed a way to ease the travel costs for his long-distance relationship.  And miles & points allows him to see his girlfriend more often!

You MUST click this linked post & comment with your answer on that post (don’t comment on this post!).

You can also complete as many of the other tasks as you want.  You’ll get 1 entry for each item you complete.  But your entries only count if you complete the first step.  The more ways you enter, the more chances you have to win!

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You can enter until September 3, 2017, (Sunday) at 9:00 pm Central Time.  Here are our sweepstakes rules.

Good luck!

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Marriott Rewards® Premier Credit Card

Marriott Rewards® Premier Credit Card

  • Earn 75,000 Bonus Points after you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening.
  • $0 introductory annual fee for the first year, then $85.
  • Enjoy 1 Free Night Stay at a Category 1-5 hotel every year after your account anniversary date!
  • Earn unlimited Marriott Rewards points and get Free Night Stays faster
  • Earn 5 points per $1 spent at participating Marriott Rewards & SPG hotels
  • 2 points per $1 spent on airline tickets purchased directly with the airlines, at car rental agencies & restaurants. Plus 1 point per $1 spent everywhere else
  • The fastest way to earn Marriott Rewards Elite Status. Receive 15 Elite Credits guaranteeing Silver Elite Status or better.

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I wanted to save money so my trip funds would go further.

I love getting upgraded at different hotels/airlines. With collecting points and gaining higher statuses that wouldn't be possible.

Luv the whole points game and learning how to use Marriott points

Collect miles so that you can have a back up when you really need it. For instance if something happens (family emergency) and you dont have the cash such as family emergencies

I started collecting points and miles to see my parents who live overseas. I live in the US and they live in Korea, and flights can get pretty expensive.

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