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I am constantly reminded that not everyone is a frequent traveler. When I am talking with my family and friends, a lot of time I have to remember that some of them don’t even have frequent flyer accounts. I know, gasp!
Free Night At Marriott For New Rewards Members After 2 Stays
But, I also really like teaching people about all things points and miles; martinis too! So, here is a post for any one who might be new to traveling and not yet have a Marriott Rewards account.
Yesterday, I signed up to receive the Marriott eBreaks emails to a new PMM email address and I received the following email back from Marriott today. The email reminded me that Marriott is offering a free night for new members after they stay only 2 times. You can go here to get the all the info and sign up for a Marriott Rewards account.
To earn your free night:
- Join Marriott Rewards and be automatically registered to earn your free night certificate
- Stay twice at participating hotels during your earning period*. Your earning period starts the day you enroll through the end of that month, plus an additional 120 days
- Earn a free night at a category 1 – 5 hotel after your 2nd paid stay
* A stay is defined as consecutive nights spent at the same hotel, regardless of check-in/check-out activity.
If you are new to traveling or to Marriott, you should definitely take Marriott up on this offer! All you have to do is sign up for Marriott Rewards, which is free and stay 2 times to earn your free night certificate at a category 1-5 hotel after your 2nd paid stay.
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