New Marriott promotion: Earn 2,000 points per stay starting with second stay

Mar 4, 2020

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Marriott Bonvoy has launched its first global promotion for 2020, and it’s worth registering if you’ll have more than two Marriott stays in the next few months.

With the “Elevated Earning” promotion, you’ll earn 2,000 Marriott points per stay starting with your second stay, and there’s no limit to the number of points you can earn. TPG U.K. values Marriott points at 0.7p apiece, so 2,000 points is equivalent to about £14.

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To participate in the promotion, you’ll need to register here by 31 May 2020 and stay between 17 March and 14 June 2020. Starting with your second stay, you’ll earn 2,000 points per stay with no cap during the earning period.

You’ll be able to earn the bonus at most participating Marriott Bonvoy hotel brands, however:

  • Homes & Villas by Marriott International, ExecuStay, Marriott Executive Apartments and Marriott Vacation Club owner-occupied weeks are not eligible for bonus points
  • Only points-qualifying rates are eligible, so award stays and bookings made through a third-party site like Expedia won’t earn bonus points
  • A stay is defined as consecutive nights spent at the same hotel, regardless of check-in/checkout activity
  • You must have your Marriott account set to earn points (not miles) to participate in the promotion

Related: An introduction to the Marriott Bonvoy hotel loyalty programme

Even if you don’t have Marriott stays planned this quarter, it’s worth registering for the promotion because it only takes a minute. You never know when a surprise trip might pop up.

Featured photo courtesy of Marriott.

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