Planning to stay at Marriott properties this summer season? Now's your chance to earn bonus points on your stays from July 2 through September 16. It is important that you register for the global Marriott Bonvoy promotion in order to fully take advantage of those bonus points. For the uninitiated, Marriott Bonvoy points can be used to redeem for free nights at Marriott Bonvoy properties, flights, unique and exclusive experiences available at Marriott Bonvoy Moments, and more.
Marriott Bonvoy members who register for the Endless Earning promotion between June 18 and September 2, 2019 will get to earn 1,500 bonus points on eligible stays of two nights or more across all 7,000 participating Marriott Bonvoy properties from Marriott's leading hotel brands spread across 131 countries and territories around the world. The eligible stays must be completed between July 2 and September 16, 2019.
While there is no cap on how many bonus miles you can earn during the Endless Earning promotion period, only one room per hotel is counted toward the registered Marriott Bonvoy member's nights or stay. There are, of course, other stipulations.
For example, free nights redeemed at participating Marriott Bonvoy properties will not be eligible for the bonus points. Homes & Villas by Marriott International®, ExecuStay®, Marriott Executive Apartments® as well as Marriott Vacation Club® owner-occupied weeks are not eligible for bonus points as well.
Additionally, Marriott Bonvoy members who have chosen to earn miles instead of points will not be eligible for the newly announced Endless Earning promotion.
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