Quick Easy Free 100 Marriott Points for 20 Second Survey

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Take this quick Marriott survey and you’ll find yourself with 100 free Marriott Rewards points. Remember that your points now expire after 24 months of qualifying activity, so if nothing else this will help extend the life of your points.

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The survey has 6 questions and took me about 20 seconds to complete!

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  1. just spoke to Ryan at Marriott Rewards (1-800-321-7396) and he informed me that the survey your linked to about getting 100 points is not authorized by Marriott and he told me that they could not be giving 100 Marriott points for the people completing the survey. Actually the survey does not state explicitly that they are giving 100 Marriott Rewards points. They may only be giving 100 of the survey company’s points. In fact, it may simply be a scam page that is trying to get your Marriott reward account number to book a room stay.

    Thank you anyway, for your daily emails. I do appreciate a lot of your recommendations.

    Harvey Mechanic

  2. Harvey,
    I also contacted Marriott about this 3rd party offer which they say it knows nothing about
    and is unsure any credit to account will be given.

    Gary from Boarding Area also has been contacted and hasn’t yet responded whether this link will be removed since Gary has yet to verify it’a authenticity.

    Personally, I’m looking for any simple gimmick like this offer to re-new my Marriott account with some activity.

    Let’s hope Gary from Board Area either confirm the validity of this offer or removes it since it may not be legit.

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