Marriott Rewards Free Points Via Social Media

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You can now earn Marrtiott Rewards points when you sign up with #MRpoints and connect your social profiles to your Marriott Rewards account. This is a new social media promotion from Marriott Rewards which gives members bonus points for activity on Twitter and Instagram. You earn 25 bonus points for registering your account. Seems easy enough and if there are enough opportunities, these points could add up. Unfortunately, they don’t keep your account active (points from expiring.)

Marriott Rewards Free Points Via Social MediaMarriott Rewards Free Points Via Social Media

Earn rewards just for posting.
It’s easy as 1, 2, 3

1. Sign Up to get started (see blue sign up box on right side of page.)

2. Earn 25 points: Connect your social profiles to your Marriott Rewards® account.

3. Earn 25 points: Post #MRpoints when you see it paired with other hashtags.

Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the best opportunities.

Let the earnings begin!

Bottom Line

Might as well sign up and see how it goes!

HT: LoyaltyTraveler

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