Win 1,000 – 1,000,000 Marriott Points

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Last night I tweeted (@mommy_points) about a chance to get 1,000 Marriott points for free.  Now that I’ve had a chance to sleep for a few minutes, here are the rest of the details.  😉

  • Like Marriott on Facebook.
  • Enter to win 1,000 points instantly per day from now until December 31st.  Three-thousand seven-hundred and twenty (3,720) computer generated winning times will be randomly generated throughout the Promotion Period to award up to three-thousand seven-hundred and twenty (3,720) daily Instant Win Prizes. Five (5) Instant Win Prizes will be awarded each hour of each day throughout the Promotion Period. You will be instantly notified if you are deemed a potential Instant Win Prize winner (subject to verification of eligibility) of an Instant Win Prize. Instant Win Prizes will be awarded provided a sufficient number of eligible game plays are received each hour of each day throughout the Promotion Period. Instant Win Prizes will be automatically deposited into Instant Win Prize winners’ Marriott Rewards® accounts within one (1) week of Instant Win Prize notification. If you receive a message that contains any message other than a winning prize message, you are not an Instant Win Prize winner. The odds of winning an Instant Win Prize are 1 in 30.  For the record, I got nada on my first attempt, so I was not the 1 in 30.  😉  
  • Each entry to win the instant 1,000 points also enters you to win the Grand Prize of 1,000,000 points, the First Place Prize (5) of 100,000 points, or the Second Place Prize (50) of 10,000 points.
  • Void in Quebec, outside the fifty (50) United States, the District of Columbia, and Canada, and where prohibited by law. Subject to all federal, state, local, provincial, territorial and municipal laws, regulations, and ordinances. Promotion begins on December 1, 2011 at 12:00 a.m. Eastern Time (“ET”) and ends on December 31, 2011 at 11:59 p.m. ET (the “Promotion Period”). Sponsor’s computer is the official time keeping device for this Promotion.

You can check out the full list of rules here.  Good luck!  Remember to try back tomorrow if you aren’t a lucky winner today.

Comments

  1. @IPBrian, you mean you aren’t already a member of every single program that has ever existed???? Ha ha, I’m happy to refer you. For anyone that isn’t familiar with the referral program, here are the details below.

    Refer up to 5 new members each calendar year.
    Earn 2,000 Marriott Rewards bonus points for each stay your referrals make beginning with their first paid stay, up to 5 stays per referral. That’s 50,000 bonus points for you.
    Your friends will also earn 2,000 Marriott Rewards bonus points beginning with their first paid stay, up to 5 stays. That’s 10,000 bonus points for them, in addition to the base points they’ll earn.
    Stays at any participating hotels qualify, and must be made within 365 days of enrollment.

  2. Not every single program no, but Marriott would have probably come in handy during the Grand Slam. My wife is not a big Marriott fan as we have liked 1 or 4 stays in the past. For free points I will at least join! Thanks for the referral.

  3. “Void in Quebec, outside the fifty (50) United States….and Canada”

    Last time I checked, Quebec was still in Canada, which was still outside the fifty United States. Something I would expect Marriott to be aware of.

    So then, just to clear things up, void in: Afghanistan, Albania, Angola, Antigua, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Azerbaijan…
    :>}

  4. I hope I’m doing this right, but I’ve won 1,000 points the last three days. None have posted yet.

    In each case, I won on the Marriott International facebook page and lost on the general Marriott page. I need to play the PowerBall!

  5. The official Marriott site actually says: “open to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States (including the District of Columbia) and Canada (excluding Quebec}”. You might want to rewrite that last paragraph.

    • @Robert, I just copied and pasted from the Marriott terms, so they must have changed them…..which is probably good since they didn’t make sense to begin with. 😉

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