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Today (Sunday) there is another chance to get 1,000 free Marriott Rewards points by tweeting one easy answer to their Sunday NFL question of the day if you have your Marriott Rewards account linked to Twitter! I’ve gotten thousands of free Marriott points already this football season just by taking the few seconds to answer these 1,000 point questions that appear on most Sunday afternoons.
If you are reading this via email subscription on Monday, please don’t get mad that you missed out, but instead just start following me on social media so you see these time-sensitive things in real time.
Today’s 1,000 point Marriott Rewards question is…
— Marriott Rewards (@MarriottRewards) December 10, 2017
As you can see above, today’s question asks what yard line the extra point ball is snapped from? The answer is the 15 yard line. To get the 1,000 free points, once you have linked your Marriott and Twitter accounts, you can simply tweet:
“15 Yard Line
#RewardsPoints” to @MarriottRewards to get your free points. Don’t forget to respond to @MarriottRewards and include the hashtag to grab your points!
As long as you tweet the answer to @MarriottRewards before 8PM EDT on 12/10/17, you get 1,000 free points!
If they keep this up through the football season you will have enough points to score a truly free Marriott award night at a variety of properties, or you can transfer the points to SPG at a ratio of 3:1 and still have enough to book some lower category SPG properties.
It can take a few hours for Marriott to respond to your tweet, so don’t be shocked if it isn’t instant, but if you did everything correctly it should all go through just fine and your point should post within a few hours.
Have you and your family members been racking up the free Marriott Reward points this football season?
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