New Amex Offers targeting Marriott properties

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American Express regularly runs Marriott “Amex Offers” and their latest batch is quite attractive depending on the ones you’re targeted for and is specific to US cardholders. Historically, Amex rolls out one of these and then shortly thereafter follows it up with a few more. So we will be keeping an eye on additional Marriott Amex Offers in the next week or two.

A few things to note:

Another thing worth noting: the terms and conditions stipulate booking must be done through, the app, etc. However, in the past if you were to book a qualifying Marriott Hotel property via Amex Fine Hotels and Resorts, you’d not only get all of the FHR benefits, but if you spent enough while on the property to trigger the Amex Offer, and that was paid directly to the property, you’d get a credit as well. So, if you held an Amex Platinum you could take advantage of the $200 hotel credit when pre-paying via Fine Hotels and Resorts or the Hotel Collection. You can read details on that here, and then any overage charge to the hotel and pay with the targeted Amex. This isn’t guaranteed to work, but has in the past.

The exclusions explicitly mention gift cards, but in the past, if those were purchased at a property (which isn’t always easy to do) they have triggered the credit.

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Marriott: Spend $300 on purchases, get up to $100 back
– Valid through 03/31/24
– Valid in the US, US Territories, the Caribbean, Canada, Mexico
– Excludes gift cards, online retail purchases, and Marriott Bonvoy Point Purchases

Spend $1000 Marriott Homes and Villas, get $250
– Valid until 04/15/2024
– See terms for exclusions

What we’ve seen in the past and likely to see again shortly:

Marriott: Spend $250, get $100
– This is targeted for properties within the Marriott umbrella that aren’t “luxury” per se.
– Interestingly enough, Autograph Collection, AC, Le Meridien properties aren’t excluded which I’ve found to be quite nice, so if you’re still wanting upmarket, these could be a great option.
– Also, if you’re doing a road trip and staying in Spring Hill Suites, Fairfield, Courtyard, etc – easy way to get money back.
– Details: Spend $250, get $100
– Within the following geographical areas: U.S. and U.S. territories, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean
– Must be completed by 12/15/23
– Excludes Marriott Vacation Club®, Marriott Grand Residence Club®, Design Hotels™, Protea Hotels®, Marriott Executive Apartments®, Homes & Villas by Marriott International, Vistana Signature Network, and Vistana Residence Network.
– Excludes gift card purchases. Not valid for online retail purchases, hotel amenities, or purchases of Marriott Bonvoy® points

Marriott Luxury Properties: Spend $500, get $200
– If you’re looking for a luxurious getaway, this is an easy way to save some dough.
– Details: Spend $500, get $200
– Within the following geographical areas: U.S. and U.S. territories, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean
– Ritz, St Regis, Edition, The Luxury Collection, W Hotels, JW Marriott
– Must be completed by 12/15/23

Overall, these are some great ways to save on your Marriott bookings! Just remember that opinions, reviews, analyses & recommendations are the author’s alone and have not been reviewed, endorsed, or approved by any of these entities.

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