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Marriott Bonvoy Members: Book and Complete a Stay, Get

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Marriott is offering Marriott Bonvoy Members (free to join): Receive 1,500 Bonus Points Per Stay (from September 14 to December 12, 2021) when you register for this offer.

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Promotion Details:
  • Earn 1,500 bonus points on each stay, plus 3,000 more points on stays at All-Inclusive by Marriott Bonvoy resorts.
  • Must register for this promotion by November 28, 2021 to qualify. Only stays made after registration will qualify toward the promotion
  • Bonuses of 1,500 points per stay will be awarded to the member's account within 7 business days after checkout. Bonuses of 3,000 points for stays at All-Inclusive resorts will be awarded to the member's account up to 6 weeks after the promotion ends.

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    • Points can be redeemed for free nights, gift cards, exclusive experiences and so much more.
    • Must register for this promotion by November 28, 2021 to qualify.
    • A "stay" is defined as consecutive nights spent at the same hotel, regardless of check-in/checkout activity on any points-eligible rate ("Qualifying Rate").
    • See full terms on promotion page.
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Marriott Hotels is running a bonus points promotion for Marriott Bonvoy members (free to join). Earn 1,500 bonus points on each stay, plus 3,000 more points on stays at All-Inclusive by Marriott Bonvoy resorts (total of 4500 points!). Redeem your bonus points for free nights, gift cards, exclusive experiences and so much more.

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Register by November 28, 2021
Travel September 14 through December 12, 2021


The Fine Print
Registration of your Marriott Bonvoy™ account is required. Marriott Bonvoy members who register for this promotion by November 28, 2021, will earn 1,500 bonus points per eligible paid stay, plus 3,000 additional points per eligible paid stay at All-Inclusive by Marriott Bonvoy resorts, during the promotion earning period. The promotion earning period is for stays between September 14, 2021, and December 12, 2021, at participating Marriott Bonvoy properties. Only stays made after registration will qualify toward the promotion. A "stay" is defined as consecutive nights spent at the same hotel, regardless of check-in/checkout activity on any points-eligible rate


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I don't know the exact rate, but can tell you it cost me 80,000 points for a 3-night stay at a Courtyard by Marriott in Las Vegas. I'd value that at about $150/night. So 25,000 points = ~$150. So I'm calculating 166 points is worth $1, which means 1500 points is worth... drumroll please... $9.

Or I bet someone could just google "What are 1500 Bonvoy points worth?"

But what fun would that be?
My dude...
I wouldn't book Vegas hotels using Bonvoy points. Vegas room rate is quite competitive and there are so many options from the big 3 (Ceasars, MGM, and LVS).
Bonvoy points are better used toward hotels in big cities. For example, it cost 80,000 points per night to stay at the JW MARRIOTT SAN FRANCISCO UNION SQUARE. JW is 2 classes above Courtyard
I also have titanium elite and am getting the message I'm not eligible for the offer. Both through the app and the website.

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bump. this is a good deal too.
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Gee, why couldn't it start earlier? Got a trip next week. Thanks op nevertheless.
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What's the est value of Bonvoy points?
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What's the est value of Bonvoy points?
ThePointsGuy values them at 0.8 cents each
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What's the est value of Bonvoy points?
I don't know the exact rate, but can tell you it cost me 80,000 points for a 3-night stay at a Courtyard by Marriott in Las Vegas. I'd value that at about $150/night. So 25,000 points = ~$150. So I'm calculating 166 points is worth $1, which means 1500 points is worth... drumroll please... $9.

Or I bet someone could just google "What are 1500 Bonvoy points worth?"

But what fun would that be?
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I think you can book each day as one stay on a multi day trip and then when you check in at the front desk you can combine them for additional points. I've done this many times a few years back. Not sure if it is allowed now.
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I think you can book each day as one stay on a multi day trip and then when you check in at the front desk you can combine them for additional points. I've done this many times a few years back. Not sure if it is allowed now.
I believe they ended that.
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Wondering if anyone with Titanium Elite status with Bonvoy is seeing the message that this promotion is not available to you?
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I also have titanium elite and am getting the message I'm not eligible for the offer. Both through the app and the website.
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they need to stop all the steps just to get registered; it's pretty unprofessional.

sign in, click one button, done.
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Not working for Ambassador Elite either
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I don't know the exact rate, but can tell you it cost me 80,000 points for a 3-night stay at a Courtyard by Marriott in Las Vegas. I'd value that at about $150/night. So 25,000 points = ~$150. So I'm calculating 166 points is worth $1, which means 1500 points is worth... drumroll please... $9.

Or I bet someone could just google "What are 1500 Bonvoy points worth?"

But what fun would that be?
My dude...
I wouldn't book Vegas hotels using Bonvoy points. Vegas room rate is quite competitive and there are so many options from the big 3 (Ceasars, MGM, and LVS).
Bonvoy points are better used toward hotels in big cities. For example, it cost 80,000 points per night to stay at the JW MARRIOTT SAN FRANCISCO UNION SQUARE. JW is 2 classes above Courtyard
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