Today’s Daily Getaway items are no-brainers for anyone that has Marriott stays coming up. There are 3 separate offers available and they will be popular so be ready to pounce at 1PM ET!
20% Off Marriott Gift Cards
- $100 Marriott Gift Card – $80 | 1,070 Available | Max Purchase – 3
- $250 Marriott Gift Card – $200 | 252 Available | Max Purchase – 2
- $500 Marriott Gift Card – $400 | 200 Available | Max Purchase – 1
Bad News First
Last year, they halved the amount of packages available but increased the amount each person could buy (which guaranteed they would disappear quickly). This year, they kept the same amount of packages while limiting the amount you could purchase for the $100 and $500 gift card. So, these will go very, very fast this year!
Why You Should Buy
- No expiration date
- Use at over 5,700 Marriott hotels and properties
- No devaluation (or at least at the same rate that cash devalues)
As far as hotel gift cards go, Marriott gift cards are quite generous. There is no expiration date and they can be used at over 5,700 Marriott & Ritz-Carlton properties.
If you have any Marriott stays or you are just always on the lookout to save more on hotels, this should be a deal you jump on. I know most of us do not actually like paying for hotels but the truth is you are getting 20% off your hotel stays with this offer and hotel gift cards do not devalue! No matter what happens with the merger and category rankings, your gift cards will still get you a stay with a fixed value when you use them. Not a bad deal, especially for 20% off!
Finally, you get to use these at over 5,700 properties! That is a huge number of properties and chances are that Marriott will have you covered no matter where you are traveling!
Note: for some reason, they are only offering half the amount of $500 gift cards that they did last year so these will disappear very fast! But, they have increased the max purchase amount – if you can move fast enough.
Are you buying these 20% off Marriott Gift cards today? Where do you plan to use them?