Up to $160 in Statement Credits at Marriott Hotels!

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Four new Amex Offers just popped up this morning where you can receive a $40 statement credit at four different types of Marriott properties, up to $160! They include — Springhill Suites by Marriott, Fairfield by Marriott, Courtyard by Marriott, and Four Points by Sheraton. You must spend $200 at each respective brand to get the $40 statement credit, but this includes final bill total including taxes and any incidentals put on your room. The charge must hit your statement credit by January 31, 2019. 

This is a great offer for those who stay at these lower level brands within the Marriott chain as you are getting up to 20%. And since these are four completely different offers you can add each offer to your card and if you spread your stays out over the next two months, you can get up to $160 back in statement credits. I know my family will definitely be able to maximize at least 2 or 3 of these statement credits with just our regular hotel stays.

Unfortunately though, after looking at mine and my husbands accounts, it looks like these offers are only on American Express credit cards that earn Membership Reward points, not co-branded cards. So definitely take a look at your AmericanExpress.com account and see if you are eligible and then add the offer to your card.

Will you be able to reap the benefits of this offer?

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