Airlines are having a tough time of things right now, but hotels certainly aren’t excluded. Vacations have been cancelled for staycations, and emerging sharing economy options like homes & villas are slowly eating into hotel stays.

To convince loyalists to get their heads back in beds, Marriott has a new promo for autumn and winter travel, leading up until the end of the year.

How compelling is it? If you stay 67 times, you’ll earn enough bonus points via the ‘Embrace More’ promotion for a top tier free night. Yep, just 67 nights to go, and one night for free at any of the best Marriott brands is all yours, thanks to the bonus.

The St. Regis Maldives

Marriott’s Latest Promo: 1,500 Bonus Points Per Stay

Marriott Bonvoy members continue to earn at least 10 points per dollar spent on stays with most Marriott brands, but this promotion offers an extra 1,500 points per stay on top of that figure.

During the promotional period, from September 14th to December 12th, If you stay 67 times, you’ll earn 100,000 Marriott Bonvoy Points, good for one night at a top tier hotel like a St. Regis Maldives, or something along those lines. Of course, if you did actually stay 67 times, you’d earn a considerable number of points from the spend.

These figures are just highlighting what this bonus does to incentivize “extra” travel. One key benefit of this promotion is that it’s very easy to follow. It doesn’t matter if you spend one night for $50, or 50 nights for $100,000, you still get the same 1,500 points for the stay.

You Must Register!

Marriott’s latest promotion offering 1,500 bonus points per stay, regardless of how long you stay, is called ‘Embrace More’. If you’d like to embrace 1,500 more bonus points, you’ll need to register first. You must register before you stay, and you must register by November 28th, 2021 to take part.

When it comes to points, more is always better. This promotion accomplishes that.

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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