Get 31 free nights in beautiful hotels in 3 easy steps
1. You and a travel buddy each get a Marriott Bonvoy Card (it currently has its highest-ever welcome bonus)
There is no income requirement and the fee is only $120.
2. You spend $3,000 on each card in the first 6 months to unlock the welcome bonuses (and in grocery stores to maximize the bonuses)
You’ll have a total of 190,000 Marriott points and the points don’t expire.
3. You choose among the many hotels where 31 completely free nights require 190,000 points on most dates
You can book 31 free nights and save hundreds of dollars !!!
31 nights for $120 total per person might look too good to be true, but it really isn’t.
Turning the $120 card fee into 31 free nights is easy. All you need is a travel buddy and pro tips on maximizing points.
You can read all the details below if you want to learn more about how it works…
But the bottom line is that this is simply an amazing deal that is one of Canada’s best-kept secrets.
I’ve taken advantage of it myself. It 100% works.
Thousands of other Canadian travelers who have been following Flytrippers’ travel tips for years have also taken advantage of this deal to travel more for less.
It’s pretty simple: most people either don’t know about this card, don’t know about hotel points, or just don’t know that you can maximize your points in these specific destinations that just require fewer points!
Here are some of the actual countries and hotels you can visit with 31 free nights
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The points don't expire, but the deal does (Aug. 3rd):
Prepare for your next trip now and you
won't have to worry about hotel costs!
How this deal's math works
Read our detailed Marriott Bonvoy Card review for more details.
Your card has a special 5X earn rate in grocery stores (so that includes all the gift cards for other retailers that you can buy at the grocery store) so $3,000 spent gives you an extra 15,000 points (30,000 points for 2 cards).
You should keep your card because it gives you an incredible annual certificate for a free luxurious night (our Flytrippers Valuation is ≈$315) that more than offsets the fee, but in addtion to that, there is a special renewal bonus of 15,000 points (30,000 points for 2 cards).
Marriott category 1 hotels cost 30,000 points per 5-night stay (so 180,000 points for 30 nights) and 7,500 per additional night.
That is ≈ 187,500 points.
(That is the pricing on a majority of dates, sometimes it’s a bit more—and sometimes it’s a bit less.)
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