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Marriott sent over the following note today:

Starting today, October 1st through October 31st, all Marriott Bonvoy members, regardless of status, will earn 8 Marriott Bonvoy points per dollar spent when they eat at one of the 11,000+ participating restaurants in the Eat Around Town by Marriott Bonvoy program.

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There is no minimum spend or post-dining survey required and there is no cap on earnings. Members are able to participate on takeout or in-restaurant dining experiences.

To be eligible to earn, Marriott Bonvoy members must be also be enrolled in Eat Around Town and have linked a credit card to their account.

Thought this might be of some interest to our Marriott Bonvoy fans…

The program works like any Rewards Network dining program where you just link your card and earn the points when you dine at a participating restaurant.

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