Bid for Hospitality Tickets for the Mumbai Indians match using your Marriott Bonvoy Points

One of the best parts of the erstwhile Starwood Preferred Guest programme, which Marriott developed further is the Moments programme, where you can use your Marriott Bonvoy points to buy or bid money can’t buy experiences, all in exchange for your points. I’ve never managed to win one of the bids because the experiences I chase are hot in demand and I run out of points to bid at some point in time.

Anyhow, I know a lot of our readers are also cricket fans, so I thought of making this post. Marriott Bonvoy has recently tied up with Mumbai Indians for the third season of the Indian Premier League. As a part of their plan is a lot of Moments partnerships, including VIP seats at Wankhede Stadium and DY Patil Stadium, kids coaching clinic, a gala dinner for the Mumbai Indians and so on.

While in the first two years, the partnership was truncated to a virtual one because of Covid-19 restrictions, this year, matches are happening in Mumbai, and that means Marriott is offering an opportunity for you to get tickets to the game. LiveFromALounge is also running a giveaway for a few tickets, where you don’t need to burn any points to try your luck to win these tickets.

Marriott Bonvoy is offering Hospitality tickets to various games of the Mumbai Indians team, which will be played in the DY Patil and Wankhede stadium. The following matches are up for grabs at the moment:

  • Mumbai Indians vs. Chennai on April 21, 2022, at DY Patil Stadium, including F&B (current bid 25,000 Marriott Bonvoy Points)
  • Mumbai Indians vs. Kolkata on May 9, 2022, at DY Patil Stadium, including F&B (current bid 25,000 Marriott Bonvoy Points)
  • Mumbai Indians vs. Hyderabad on May 17, 2022, at DY Patil Stadium, including F&B (current bid 20,000 Marriott Bonvoy Points)

Each of the packages includes hospitality tickets for two people at Wankhede Stadium/DY Patil Stadium. At the hospitality lounge, complimentary food and soft beverages will be provided. Having watched IPL games from Mumbai’s Hospitality Area before, I can tell you it is an experience to cherish. Here is the menu, for instance, from one of the earlier games I attended a few years ago.

These are some great opportunities in the Marriott Moments collection, and if you are sitting on a boatload of Marriott Bonvoy points, you should check them out. And as a reminder, you can also try your luck for the giveaway of two tickets to a Mumbai Indians game we are hosting.

What is your pick for the Marriott Bonvoy Moments 2022?


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