How you can get 17 nights in beautiful hotels for $120
17 nights in beautiful hotels for only C$120 per person if you find a travel buddy? It’s too good to be true, there’s a catch for sure… is what I would normally assume as well myself.
My dad always said: “If it looks too good to be true, it probably is” and this has been good advice 99% of the time!
But he said that for everything except for travel reward points, so that saying is absolutely wrong this time—this is the 1%. I used this hotel trick myself, hundreds of Canadians also used it… and it works.
Welcome to the wonderful world of travel reward points!
This particular tip is one of the best-kept secrets in travel rewards. It’s all about the art of maximizing reward programs and taking advantage of credit card companies’ marketing strategies for customer acquisition.
Cool, right? And yes, before you ask, they offer these rewards because this is a win for them too (if it weren’t, they wouldn’t do it) and is completely legitimate. I’ve been doing it for over 10 years.
The only caveat about this amazing deal is that you need to choose among specific hotels in specific countries—but there are 300 of them.
Many are in great destinations. And for a deal that gives you beautiful hotels for C$7 a night per person… it’s worth planning your trips around these hotels to travel for less.
But before you start thinking that these 17 hotel nights for $120 will have you sleeping in sketchy run-down places, let me show you some of the hotels included in this offer.
Here are pictures of some of the actual hotels and countries you can visit with this deal:
Here are the steps:
All you need is a good credit score, there's no minimum income required!
If you and your travel partner both do this trick, that's 100,000 points, enough for 17 nights in any of the many Marriott Category 1 hotels all around the world (see math below).
We are putting together awesome resources that are easy to follow and help you get the most out of your Marriott Bonvoy Points.
Additional limited time promo: until August 31st, you will earn a whopping 5 points per dollar on food (groceries, delivery, takeout, etc.)
This is an amazing earn rate to get even more free nights: get the card today to start earning faster!
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How this deal's math works
Read our detailed Marriott Bonvoy Card review for more details.
On the majority of dates, Marriott Category 1 hotels cost 30,000 points per 5-night stay and 7,500 per additional night.
That means 17 nights cost ≈ 105,000 points (30,000 + 30,000 + 30,000 + 7,500 + 7,500)
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