Hurry, 12% off at Marriott hotels!!!!
I know, 4 exclamation marks. But this is truly rare.
We all know to check cashbackmonitor.com for the best portal to book anything through, including stays at Marriott.
Usually, I can get 1 or 2 miles per dollar at American Airlines, but nothing crazy. If lucky, it times well with a shopping portal promotion for bonus miles after X spend that one stay covers.
But THIS is pretty amazing. Right now, and probably not for very long (maybe through today, maybe demand will kill this early), yu can get a crazy 12% cash back on Marriott bookings via Ebates.
If you have any cancelable bookings, book a second room using Ebates and then cancel the first one. Be sure to do in this order just in case your existing rate is no longer available or something else goes wrong before confirmation.
Exclusions: Cash Back is available only on completed hotel stay. Cash Back is not available on airfare, car rentals, vacation packages, gift cards, rooms offered at specially negotiated rates, where the customer is required to be affiliated with or employed by a particular company or organization to receive the special rate (e.g., government rate or the Marriott employee rate) and rooms that are booked and paid for using Marriott Rewards Points. Cash Back is not available at the following brands: ExecuStay, Ritz Carlton, Edition, BVLGARI, Grand Residences; and at the following properties: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Autograph Collection, Riyadh Marriott, Saudi Arabia, Aspen Wye River Conference Center (Maryland), The Marriott Ranch Bed and Breakfast (Virginia), AC Hotel Lisboa, AC Hotel Carlton Madrid, AC Hotel Som, AC Hotel Nuevo Portil Golf.
The exclusions are not clear about former SPG brands. They *should* be included if not excluded as they are now simply a part of Marriott. But it’s a possible grey area.
Do not delay on this.
We have never seen a rebate this size.
I’m about to do this myself on a few bookings right now…. I just wanted to let you all know right away!
Hat Tip: FrequentMiler
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