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The hotels have been rolling out the promotions. You can get 1,500 points per stay with Marriott Endless Earning.
If a $20 Best Western gift card doesn’t interest you, how about Marriott points?
There are 7,000 Marriott and Starwood hotels (Marriott Bonvoy) including 34 hotels in Hawaii where you can take advantage of the Marriott Endless Earning promotion.
I’ve stayed at the Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa for my Puerto Vallarta trip, the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa when I visited Newport Beach during the Christmas Boat Parade and the Avenue of the Arts Costa Mesa Hotel for my Costa Mesa trip (they have six craft breweries!). And during a conference, I was guested into the JW Marriott Los Angeles LA Live Executive Lounge.
Get 1500 Points Per Stay With Marriott Endless Earning
You can get 1,500 points per stay with Marriott Endless Earning on stays of two nights or more at any Marriott and Starwood hotel worldwide (except Homes & Villas by Marriott International, ExecuStay, Marriott Executive Apartments and Marriott Vacation Club owner-occupied weeks) now through September 16, 2019.
This offer is unlimited. So you can earn endless points. 🙂 Technically, 51,000 Marriott points assuming you stay two nights at a Marriott or Starwood hotel through the end of the promotion. This doesn’t include the 10 points per $1 spent plus elite bonus points for your stay.
But to earn points, your preferences have to be set to earn points instead of miles. Check your profile and change your earning if you want to earn the 1,500 points per two night or more stay.
Registration by September 2, 2019, is required.
While you don’t have to, I recommend you register before your first stay. This ensures your points post and there aren’t any issues later.
Pro-tip: Award night stays aren’t eligible to earn points
Should You Register for Marriott Endless Earning
It’s always a good idea to register for every hotel promotion because you never know when you might stay at a hotel.
Because you have to stay for two nights to get the bonus points it’s not worth doing a mattress run unless you can find really cheap Marriott hotels.
How to Maximize This Offer
You can only earn points for one room per stay. If you book multiple rooms for family travel consider reserving the second room in your partner’s name.
Summary of the Fine Print
- Registration is required
- There’s no limit to how many points you can earn
- Only one room per stay qualifies to earn points
- Homes & Villas by Marriott International, ExecuStay, Marriott Executive Apartments and Marriott Vacation Club owner-occupied weeks are excluded from this offer
- Award nights stays don’t qualify for this offer
- If you’ve chosen to earn miles instead of points you won’t earn the bonus points
You can earn 1,500 points per stay with Marriott Endless Earnings promotion through September 16, 2019.
There is no limit to the number of points you can offer. But you can only earn points on one hotel room per stay. So if you have to book two rooms, book one in your partner’s name so that you both earn bonus points per stay.
Remember to register for the Marriott Endless Earnings offer.
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