Marriott eGift Cards.

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  • Jul 28th, 2020 6:34 pm
Sr. Member
Jun 16, 2009
642 posts

Marriott eGift Cards.

I got an email from Marriott, Marriott eGift Cards on sale 15% off. The prices are in US $.

There’s a world of opportunities waiting for you. Save now
through July 24 — and redeem when you’re ready.
$100 eGiftCard for $85 $500 eGiftCard for $425 $1,000 eGiftCard for $850
eGiftCards are available in amounts ranging from $50 to $1,000,
with a maximum daily purchase equaling $5,000.

For U.S. and Canadian residents only. Amounts are in US
2 replies
Deal Expert
Feb 7, 2017
22774 posts
Eastern Ontario
Ya, lots of travel related companies offering all sorts of “deals” now

Whole concept is to get some revenue coming in

I got an absolute TON of this Loyalty stuff in my junk email box ...

* Airline Offers
* Hotel Offers (literally every chain out there ... Marriott, Hilton, Hyatt, IHG, Choice, Best Western, Wyndham, Fairmont etc )
* All Inclusive Resorts
* And Cruise Lines

The Cruise Lines are the most persistent (also in the most trouble due to Covid) ... I am getting AT LEAST one email offer a day from like 6 different lines
Apr 1, 2010
283 posts
I saw this offer too last week. Mighta been a decent deal to stack this with the 60% bonus on buying bonvoy points they had going, but I checked and you can't use GCs to buy pts. Dunno what to do with around 280K bonvoy, I want to book Atlantis for next March break assuming things are back to normal, but its like 2 categories higher than when I booked 2 summers ago for March break 2019. The Royal was cat 5 40K/night back then, now it's cat 7 or 70K/night, so brutal.