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[Marriott] Marriott eGift Cards USD$ - 20% OFF

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Feb 26, 2014
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Markham

Marriott eGift Cards USD$ - 20% OFF

Deal Link:
Savings:
20%
Expiry:
May 17, 2020
Retailer:
Marriott
Posted on SD - https://slickdeals.net/f/14043395-marri ... rds-20-off

https://gifts.marriott.com/

Marriott gift cards can be used at almost all Marriott hotels worldwide

20% OFF $50
20% OFF $100
20% OFF $250
20% OFF $500
20% OFF $1,000

Fine Print:
Marriott GiftCards and eGiftCards may be purchased up to US $5,000 per person per credit card per day.
eGiftCard orders are delivered within 1-7 business days due to order verification.
eGiftCard Delivery Date should not exceed 3 months from date of order.

The following Marriott Hotel Brands DO NOT accept Marriott GiftCards:
Bulgari®
Design Hotels™
Homes & Villas by Marriott International™
The Ritz-Carlton Destination Club®


https://gifts.marriott.com/faq.html
64 replies
Deal Addict
Oct 12, 2005
1968 posts
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GTA
Does anyone know if I use the Bonvoy Amex to purchase these gift cards you get $5 points per USD or just the normal $2?
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Aug 18, 2019
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If Marriott declares bankruptcy, i wonder if the gift cards would still be honored?
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Feb 15, 2006
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If Marriott declares bankruptcy, IHG, Hilton, Hyatt, Best Western, and others won't be far behind.

What if all major hotel chains, airlines, car rentals, cruiselines, etc., all declare bankruptcy?
Newbie
Jan 2, 2020
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lg777 wrote: Does anyone know if I use the Bonvoy Amex to purchase these gift cards you get $5 points per USD or just the normal $2?
5

You will earn five (5) Marriott Bonvoy points from American Express for every $1 of eligible purchases (less credits and returns) charged on your Marriott Bonvoy American Express Card when charged directly with participating Marriott Bonvoy properties, standalone Marriott Bonvoy retail establishments, and Marriott branded online stores (including online purchases of Marriott Bonvoy gift cards), that in each case, are owned or managed by Marriott International, Inc. and its affiliates.
liemhoho wrote: If Marriott declares bankruptcy, i wonder if the gift cards would still be honored?
Buy the gift card using a credit card. If they go bankrupt (which is highly unlikely), you can ask for a chargeback. Usually it's 540 days from the transaction date to dispute something that doesn't have an expected date of delivery or an expiry date. Before proceeding, check with your card issuer.
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Dec 11, 2005
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liemhoho wrote: If Marriott declares bankruptcy, i wonder if the gift cards would still be honored?
Is there even a chance of this happening? I mean they're too big to fail, or more like govt may help like they did you big airlines
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Oct 26, 2003
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Is it better using a Bonvoy US card for the 6x or Plat Canadian cats for 12% - foreign exchange fee? The exchange fee is only 2.5% I believe.
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Mar 31, 2017
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Does everyone just book standard rate stays with Marriott? I was looking at a random hotel and the difference between standard and pre-paid (the latter of which, these GC's would not qualify for, I believe) for a 4 night stay was easily a few hundreds

Surely that totally negates the savings of these GCs?
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Apr 2, 2008
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kooltilltheen wrote: Does everyone just book standard rate stays with Marriott? I was looking at a random hotel and the difference between standard and pre-paid (the latter of which, these GC's would not qualify for, I believe) for a 4 night stay was easily a few hundreds

Surely that totally negates the savings of these GCs?

Sometimes the senior/ government/ package rate is cheaper than the pre-paid one.
Save a lot but end up spending more :confused:
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Mar 31, 2017
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bluewish wrote: Sometimes the senior/ government/ package rate is cheaper than the pre-paid one.
I don't qualify for the first 2 but def keep an eye out for packages

Will these GC's work on packages?
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Feb 7, 2006
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Arrgh wrote: If Marriott declares bankruptcy, IHG, Hilton, Hyatt, Best Western, and others won't be far behind.

What if all major hotel chains, airlines, car rentals, cruiselines, etc., all declare bankruptcy?
Always Trump Hotels.... :rolleyes:
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May 28, 2013
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Laval, QC
Is this offer good in Canada?

Terms and conditions
  • Card carries no value until activated. Card is a prepaid card, not a credit card or debit card, and is the property of and issued by MI Fulfillment Services, LLC.
  • Card is available in United States Dollars only.
  • Card does not expire.
  • Card is not redeemable for cash in any amount except when otherwise required by applicable law.
  • Card becomes inactive upon use of all card value.
  • Card may not be used for deposit, advance purchase or to secure or confirm a reservation.
  • Each transaction will be debited against card balance, if transaction exceeds balance, user must pay the difference.
  • Lost, stolen or damaged cards will be replaced only if previously registered on gifts.marriott.com. Value of replaced card will equal balance on card at the time it was reported lost, stolen or damaged.
  • To check card balance, visit gifts.marriott.com.
  • For Customer Service call +1 800.442.6132 or email Gifts@marriott.com.
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Mar 31, 2017
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qlaval wrote: Is this offer good in Canada?

Terms and conditions
  • Card carries no value until activated. Card is a prepaid card, not a credit card or debit card, and is the property of and issued by MI Fulfillment Services, LLC.
  • Card is available in United States Dollars only.
  • Card does not expire.
  • Card is not redeemable for cash in any amount except when otherwise required by applicable law.
  • Card becomes inactive upon use of all card value.
  • Card may not be used for deposit, advance purchase or to secure or confirm a reservation.
  • Each transaction will be debited against card balance, if transaction exceeds balance, user must pay the difference.
  • Lost, stolen or damaged cards will be replaced only if previously registered on gifts.marriott.com. Value of replaced card will equal balance on card at the time it was reported lost, stolen or damaged.
  • To check card balance, visit gifts.marriott.com.
  • For Customer Service call +1 800.442.6132 or email Gifts@marriott.com.
Its in USD, not for only USA folks

plus you can use the GC's at *almost* any Marriott property - the GC currency will convert from USD to hotel's regular currency though if its anything other than USD
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May 30, 2012
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Arrgh wrote: If Marriott declares bankruptcy, IHG, Hilton, Hyatt, Best Western, and others won't be far behind.

What if all major hotel chains, airlines, car rentals, cruiselines, etc., all declare bankruptcy?
Then you are screwed because your gift cards will be worthless and my wallet is safe.
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Nov 10, 2012
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This is actually tempting as we had a really good stay at the Marriott Grand Chateau in Vegas right before the pandemic and I am guessing when this is all over, the deals there will be fantastic. So an extra 20% might pay off nicely, although it may be a while before we can safely travel...Choices, choices...
Newbie
Jul 24, 2012
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Alert: Marriott gift cards do not work with prepay reservation prices. It's like buying a gift card but cannot use it for sale items.

See here: https://gifts.marriott.com/faq.html
Q. Can I use a GiftCard to pre-pay for a room reservation (e.g. Advance Purchase Rates)?
A. No
Member
Oct 13, 2016
349 posts
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In a galaxy far far …
I guess the question on travel related items and services is how much better can the deals get? 20% off hotel stays with this deal. Can it go lower?
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Jan 12, 2017
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Scarberia
is this 4x coded if u buy with ur amex pers plat? if yes, pretty hot then i guess if u need to stay at this hotel
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Jan 15, 2013
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Wondering if you can reserve under a card but when you get there change the billing mechanism to this. I have changed my billing mechanism to cash many times when I arrive or check out.
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zsj495 wrote: Wondering if you can reserve under a card but when you get there change the billing mechanism to this. I have changed my billing mechanism to cash many times when I arrive or check out.
Anything is possible but it is YMMV, depending who you deal w/ at the hotel for the pre-paid.
Save a lot but end up spending more :confused:

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