Marriott Rewards Promo: 5,000 Bonus Points per stay in New Jersey

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Marriott is offering 5,000 Marriott Rewards bonus points for stays on a Sunday, Monday, or Thursday night at two New Jersey locations through August 24, 2014. Only one night is required in order to receive the bonus.

Here are the participating properties:

Fairfield Inn & Suites Parsippany

Courtyard Princeton

Use promotional code M11 when booking.

Using a random date of Thursday July 24, the promotional rate came to $159.

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The best available rate without the bonus points for the same date was $129.

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Since you can buy Marriott Rewards points at $12.50 for 1,000, with the cost difference of $30 and receiving 5,000 bonus points you’d be coming out ahead.

I wouldn’t go out of my way to stay here to get the points, but what I like about this promotion is that the rates are not advance purchase and are fully refundable.

Terms & Conditions:

Must stay over on a Sunday, Monday or Thursday night. Back to back stays are considered one(1) stay. Guest must book reservation using promotional code listed above in order to receive bonus points. Offer applies to one regular room per stay, per member on dates listed. A “hotel stay” or “stay” means all consecutive nights spent with Marriott by a registered Marriott Rewards member. Offer not available during special events; tax is additional; special offers cannot be combined; blackout dates may exist; advance reservations are required. Offer does not apply to groups of 10 or more rooms. Members electing to earn miles are not eligible for this promotion.

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