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This is a quick reminder that you have until end of day today March 31, 2015 to register for Marriott’s MegaBonus Promotion. This promotion started on February 1 and will run through April 30, 2015. However, if you pass the registration date, you will not be able to take advantage of your targeted offer – register here (if it takes you to “Session Timed Out” page, make sure to sign into your Marriott account and re-click on the registration link).
I personally was targeted for the 2,500 bonus points promotion after every paid stay starting with my second stay up to 25,000 bonus points. For those that do not stay at Marriott hotels that often, this is a decent offer as you do not need to hit 20+ nights to see a bonus appear. Although, I so much preferred the free night certificates after two stays. That were much more valuable and swayed me to stay at a Marriott hotel over another chain during the MegaBonus time period. This is the third MegaBonus in a row where there are no free night certificates as an offer, which is quite unfortunate.
Other offers include:
- 20 nights = 25,000 points; each additional night earns 2,000 points per night, up to 5 nights for a total of 35,000 points
- 15 nights = 25,000 points; each additional night earns 2,000 points per night, up to 10 nights for a total of 45,000 points
- 15 nights = 25,000 points; each additional night earns 2,000 points per night, up to 5 nights for a total of 35,000 points
- Every stay = 3,000 points after your second paid stay, up to 24,000 points (up to 9 stays)
- Every stay = 2,500 points after your second paid stay, up to 25,000 points (up to 11 stays)
If you’d prefer a different offer then the one you were targeted for, you might be able to call Marriott and get moved to another promotion. In the past, folks have had success getting their offer changed to another one.