In the past couple of days, Marriott has made a small enhancement (a real one) to its website and it now offers customers the option of accessing a property's rates across a whole month directly from the search results page. In the grand scheme of things, this isn't groundbreaking, but it's a nice addition to Marriot.com.
Marriott has brought back a similar points sale promotion to one that we saw around this time last year in which it's offering Bonvoy members a bonus of up to 50% on purchases made in the next 6 weeks. For some, this will be a promotion that's well worth considering while for others this is clearly a promotion to avoid.
Homes and Villas by Marriott launches a new promotion today in which it's offering quadruple points on select stays booked by the end of 11 February 2022. Neither the booking period nor the period in which stays have to be consumed is particularly long but with at least 20 points/dollar on offer, this is still a promotion that may be worth checking out.
The next Marriott Bonvoy promotion has been announced and although it doesn't launch until 8 February, registration for the promotion is already open and with dozens of elite night credits on offer, this may be the first Marriott promotion in some time which is worth a closer look.
With the year almost over, with Marriott having dropped a lot of elite night credits into member accounts in February and with Bonvoy members having been given a double elite nights promotion earlier in the year, a significant number of people will now have enough elite night credits in their Bonvoy account to trigger Marriott's Annual Choice Benefits. With that in mind and because Annual Choice Benefit selections need to be made by 7 January 2022, I've taken a look at what benefits Marriott is offering Bonvoy members when they credit 50 and 75 nights to their accounts in 2021.
Marriott Bonvoy's global promotions are almost always incredibly disappointing but every now and again the program sends out a few targeted offers that are worth a second look. Right now is one of those times as select Bonvoy members are starting to see new promotions appearing in their accounts.
Marriott Bonvoy Moments is the heir to SPG Moments and is a program that allows Marriott Bonvoy members to spend their points on sports, concerts, and experiences rather than on hotel stays. Right now (and has been the case in most recent years), Marriott is giving Bonvoy members a chance to use their points to book tickets to Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles.
A couple of weeks ago, the big Marriott news was that the Bonvoy program will be devaluing in spectacular style next year. At the same time, however, there was a little bit of good news as Marriott confirmed that it would extend elite statuses into 2023 and extend the expiration dates of various certificates and upgrades as well. At least some of those extensions are now appearing in member accounts.
Marriott Bonvoy has launched a new points sale promotion in which it is offering members the opportunity to buy points with a 45% bonus. This is the same bonus we saw the program offering most members back in September when a 'mystery' promotion was running and as long as you plan on using any points you buy before next year's devaluation, this sale may be able to save you some money.
Recently, I've shown how Bonvoy members can locate free night certificates in their accounts and how they can use those certificates to book single night stays. In this post, I take a look at how a Marriott free night certificate can be incorporated into a multi-night booking.