Marriott Updates Policy Best Rate Now 5,000 Points Or 25% Off


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Marriott has updated their Best Rate Guarantee. Now if you find a lower rate for the same hotel (same room type, dates etc.) within 24 hours of making your reservation, you can submit this Look No Further guarantee claim form.

Marriott Updates Policy Best Rate Now 5,000 Points Or 25% Off

You can choose you’re reward between:

  • 25% off the matching rate
  • 5,000 Rewards points

Marriott Updates Policy Best Rate Now 5,000 Points Or 25% Off

Looking For More Marriott Points?

If you are looking for more ways to score Marriott points, remember, Starpoints are valuable and made more so by the Marriott/Starwood merger last year. You can transfer 1 Starpoints to 3 Marriott points. Consider the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express or the Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card from American Express.

Bottom Line

This is a goof improvement as previously Marriott gave you 25% off the matching rate. This new policy is similar to Starwood’s, which offers you 2,000 SPG points.

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