Marriott Bonvoy Selling Points With A 25% Discount

Marriott Bonvoy Selling Points With A 25% Discount

Marriott Bonvoy occasionally launches promotions on purchased points and today, the program has launched the latest promotion.

Buy Marriott Bonvoy Points With A 25% Discount

Through December 20, 2022, the Bonvoy program is offering members who purchase points of more than 2,000 a 25% discount during checkout.

Bonvoy members are able to purchase a maximum of 100,000 points per calendar year and the program also lets members share a further 100,000 with other Bonvoy members. So this is an offer to collect a huge sum of points at a reasonable cost.

How Much Does Marriott Bonvoy Points Cost

Generally, Marriott sells 1,000 points for US$12.50 and with this promotion, you are able to purchase the same amount at US$9.37.

In the end, 100,000 points will cost US$937.50 instead of the usual US$1,250. This is a great amount as you would need to spend US$10,000 to get the same amount of points. For context, the member tier earns 10 points per dollar spent.

Redeeming Bonvoy Points

The Marriott Bonvoy program devaluated and the program is currently using dynamic award pricing. Meaning, the points required to stay change based on time and season. But the rates to redeem by points are typically fixed between 5,000 to around 100,000.

For example, the St. Regis Maldives cost around 84,000 points per night while the cast rate goes up to US$2,000 per night. And not to mention, when redeeming the points, there is a fifth night free as well.

Summary

Marriott Bonvoy is offering a 25% discount on purchased points. With this offer members are able to purchase 100,000 points for US$937.50 which I see is worth it. Marriott lets members points sharing so you and another member could purchase points to combine for redemption.

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