Earn Marriott Free Night Certificate after 2 Stays

While Marriot Rewards and Starwood Preferred Guest are moving forward to make a unified program in the next few months, Marriott is running a new promotion to attract new members, wherein they will earn a Marriott Free Night Certificate after completing two stays. They have previously offered the same promotion in 2017 and now it is back with no substantial change.

Marriott Free Night Certificate

This promotion will run from April 25, 2018, through August 28, 2018. To start with, new members must register using a special link. You need to complete two paid stays in this period to earn a free night certificate. This certificate can be redeemed for a night stay in standard rooms across Marriott category 1 -5 hotels worldwide.

An electronic certificate will automatically be deposited into your Marriott Rewards account after completing two paid stays. This will be valid for a year from the date of issuance.  If you’ve got stays coming up and want to earn that free night then it totally makes sense to get your family members to sign up.

In August, Marriott will launch a single loyalty program across all their 3 programs right now. So as of now, only Marriott properties participating in Marriott Rewards will qualify. Stays at The Ritz-Carlton hotels are also valid for this promotion. If you intend to sign up, also remember that Marriott is offering a promotion for members during the summers.

At present, JW Marriott (Bengaluru, Chandigarh and Aerocity, New Delhi) are the three category 5 hotels in India. Apart from these, there are many Marriott Category 1-5 hotels worldwide where you can use the free night certificate.

Bottomline

It is a good opportunity to sign-up for this promotion as vacation period is approaching. So, hurry up and ask your family members to register and get ready to enjoy the benefits.

Are you planning to register for Marriott Rewards this summer and get a free night in the process?

Comments

        • @Dheeraj, if you make two bookings for consecutive dates, they count as one booking in the system. So if you book lets say 27/4 and 29/4 one night each, it is two bookings. If you book 27/4 and 28/4 one night each, it will count as one booking.

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