Marriott Rewards: Earn a FREE Hotel Stay (After Two Stays)

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Marriott RewardsPlanning a trip? If so, you may want to Join Marriott Rewards (it’s free!) and you’ll be able to register for MegaBonus which will earn you a free night (after two stays) and more…

Just simply register here by April 15th, then stay at a participating property between February 1st and May 15th, 2016. After two DIFFERENT stays (over 4,000 hotels worldwide to choose from), you’ll earn a free night stay! Make sure you book directly through Marriott.com to take advantage of this promo.

READER TIP: Just make sure you don’t stay two nights in a row as that only counts as one stay. It’s two stays- not two nights.

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  1. BA

    Just make sure you don’t stay two nights in a row as that only counts as one stay. It’s two stays- not two nights. 🙂

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Oh thanks for clarifying! I’ll add to the post.

  2. Nicole

    Is this for new members only? We are already members. I just tried to register for the promotion, but the error message was: “A Note About This Promotion
    We’re sorry, but there was an error in directing you to this promotion.
    The reason for this error could be:
    You’re trying to access a miles promotion and are a points-earner, or vice versa
    You are not eligible for this promotion
    This promotion has expired”

    • Kelly

      The same happened to me because I was signed up to get airline miles instead of points. I changed it back to points and was able to sign up for this promotion then 🙂

  3. rae

    I emailed customer service as I got that error message as well.

  4. christiearle

    You need to call Choice Hotels directly to sign up to qualify for the free night. If you do stay 2 nights in a row, be sure they check you out and check you back in. Also, in addition to having a Choice Privileges card (free to join) You must have the reservation made thru Choice, and the free night is awarded only after you’ve accumulated so many points (2,000 I think, and 72 hours after check out.) I work for a hotel that did this promotion in the past. There is a lot of fine print.

    • Susie

      Marriott is not part of the Choice hotel network. This must be done through Marriott. Two different hotel chains.

  5. Susie

    Another tip, download their ap for great check in and check out experiences. The ap prompts you to check in BEFORE you reach the hotel, as much as 24 hours before, It asks your expected arrival time. I always get a notification our room is ready by the time I requested, regardless of how much before actual published check in time it is. Also, upon arrival, skip the entire check in procedure at the front desk. Just pick up your room keys at the designated area. You also check out in the ap as well. Room type request like top floor, away from the elevator can be entered into your account and they honor them when assigning your room.

    • Susie

      This almost works so good I want to keep it a secret. We frequent a Mariott located next to a concert venue that’s always full on concert nights ( the reason we’re there ), and I always see people try to check in the traditional way and being told their room isn’t ready while we breeze by and simply pick up our keys without waiting in line. Seperate designated area, and no line there, I don’t think people have caught on to the ap thing yet. Hilton offers a simular service through their ap, but it’s not as flawless as Marriott. Just a heads up for my fellow hipsters!

      • Karen

        Yes! I travel for work frequently and it’s fabulous. I just flew 2000 miles and drove another 3 hours….the last thing I want to do is chit chat with somebody else haha. I want to swoop in, grab my key, and go take a shower and fall asleep.

  6. roxy

    I don’t know how many of you use Priceline when you look for a hotel, but if you’re not familiar with it, it’s worth checking out. Whenever we travel, we bid on hotels and we get better rates than we would any other way. The downside is you don’t know what hotel you get until your bid is approved and you pay, but you can pick the area and number of stars and we’ve always been satisfied.

    We were in Destin this summer and every hotel was asking for $100 a night but we got a room at Marriott for $80 and one year we stayed at a super fancy 4 star hotel for $50 a night.

    • Shannon

      Can you choose the number of beds you get? I was thinking about using Priceline but I need two beds for us and kids.

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