Get 5,000 bonus points and hotel credit on Marriott stays in Asia/Pacific region

Sep 30, 2019

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If you’re heading to Asia anytime soon, Marriott’s incentivising you to book at one of its properties. For a limited time, if you stay at a Marriott property in the Asia/Pacific region, you can earn 5,000 bonus Bonvoy points, as well as a credit to use while you’re staying at the property as part of the chain’s ‘Unlock Epic Stays‘ promotion.

As Points From the Pacific reports, the maximum number of points you can earn during the promotion is 5,000 per stay. In order to be eligible to earn the bonus points and get the added benefits, you must first book your stay by 31 March 2020 using the promo code M96 and choose the 5,000-point offer. In order to get the daily hotel credit and 5,000 bonus points, you must stay two or more nights at the Asia/Pacific property before 31 July 2020.

The daily hotel credit is worth approximately 15% of your room rate, and can be used across the property. According to the terms and conditions, there’s a minimum two-night stay required, and bookings must be made directly through Marriott at participating hotels in the Asia/Pacific region. The folio credit will be applied at checkout, and the amount of the credit is determined using current foreign exchange rates. Finally, select properties are excluded from the offer, so you’ll want to make sure yours is eligible before booking.

This is an interesting promotion, and if you’re planning a trip to the region, you’ll want to look into the potential savings and earnings you can get. Based on TPG UK’s latest valuations, the 5,000 bonus points are worth £35 — and you’ll earn points for your stay on top of that.

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