Marriott is running a new promotional sale on Marriott Bonvoy points, where they are offering a bonus of 60% on buying points. Here are the details of this limited-period offer.
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Marriott Bonvoy has proceeded to add another round of extensions, enabling people to use their points and free night awards for longer. Here is the update.
Marriott seems to be planning to take steps to launch co-brand credit cards in India in the near future. Here is an insight into their plans for South Asia.
Marriott’s news Week of Wonders promotion is offering discounted pricing on redemptions across Marriott Hotels for bookings till October 15 and stays till November 30, 2020.
With Marriott Bonvoy partnering Mumbai Indians, Marriott Bonvoy plans to curate exclusive experiences for Marriott Bonvoy members involving contest, merchandise and access to the MI Paltan currently playing the IPL in Dubai. Sign up now, if you haven’t already!
A new Marriott Bonvoy Status Match offer is providing you instant Marriott Status for 90 days and extending it till 2022 once you give enough business to the chain to comply with the terms of the offer. Here is how to get this status.
Marriott has just launched its new global promotion, which offers you 2500 Marriott Bonvoy points per stay and a 5000 bonus points on your third stay.
Bad news! JW Marriott Jaipur Resort and Spa has stopped taking bookings and has informed customers booked in the future about Marriott transitioning out from the hotel. This is awful news for Marriott patrons.
Marriott Bonvoy will be providing a 50% on elite nights for everyone who earned Marriott status in 2019 & will offer all Marriott hotels at very cheap redemption prices through July 2020.
Good news. Marriott has decided to extend the status benefits for all members by a year. This means if your status was valid till February 2021, it will be extended to February 2022. All this and more inside.
In a new Marriott Data Breach just reported by Marriott, it is estimated that the data of up to 5.2 million customers may be in the wind due to potentially insecure access to the data using some authorised login credentials.