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Marriott is widely associated with its massive portfolio of hotels and resorts spanning the globe. However, the hotel chain also offers its own portfolio of vacation rentals. Homes & Villas by Marriott Bonvoy offers travelers properties ranging from beachfront villas to mountain chalets. For a limited time, Bonvoy members can earn 50,000 bonus points after qualifying spend on Homes & Villas Bookings.

This promotion ends on May 10th meaning there are just 3 more days left to book stays to earn this massive bonus. Here’s what you need to know before booking Homes & Villas by Marriott Bonvoy.

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Only 3 days left to book stays that earn towards a massive 50,000 point bonus. (Image via Homes & Villas by Marriott)

Earn 50,000 Bonus Points with Homes & Villas by Marriott Bonvoy

When you spend $2,500 when booking on Homes & Villas by Marriott Bonvoy through May 10th, you will earn a whopping 50,000 bonus Bonvoy points. Though the promotion officially ends on the 10th, you can earn this bonus on bookings through December 31, 2024.

If you know you have some vacations planned for the rest of 2024, you might want to book your accommodations now to take advantage of this promotion.

Here are the terms and conditions of this promotion:

  • Book by: May 10, 2024
  • Complete Stays by: December 31, 2024
  • Minimum Spend: $2,500 or foreign currency equivalent (less applicable taxes)
  • Stay is defined as 2 or more consecutive nights

In addition to a 50,000-point bonus, you will still earn 5 points per dollar spent on all bookings. So, if you were to spend exactly $2,500 on your Homes & Villas bookings, you would earn an additional 12,500 Bonvoy points on top of the 50,000 bonus. You will also earn elite night credits for each night you stay at a Homes & Villas property.

While the eligible spend appears somewhat steep, a wide range of properties is available through Homes & Villas. If you’re looking for luxury, you can easily knock out the spending requirement after just two nights at an elaborate oceanfront villa. However, if you’re looking for a more modest stay, you might be able to book a full week at a property to hit the minimum spend.

Of course, you can also break up the spending requirements into multiple different stays. Remember, to qualify towards the minimum spend, all bookings must be at least two consecutive nights.

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What can you book through Homes & Villas by Marriott Bonvoy?

There are properties across the globe in almost every price range available on the Homes & Villas platform. Here are just a few picks that would get you to the minimum spend requirements:

A week in Tulum, Mexico in a private 2-bedroom penthouse with pool for $2,800 this June:

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11 nights in Engleberg, Switzerland in a 1-bedroom villa for $2,900 this December:

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6 nights in Taos, New Mexico in a 3-bedroom New Mexican villa for $2,585 this November:

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A week near Naples, Florida in a 2-bedroom less than a mile from the beach for $2,533 this August:

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The Bottom Line

You still have 3 days left to earn 50,000 bonus points when you book through Homes & Villas by Mariott Bonvoy. On top of the 50,000 bonus points, you will still earn both the base rate (5 points per dollar spent) and elite night credits. To earn the 50,000 bonus points, you will need to spend $2,500 on qualifying stays. However, you have until the end of the year to complete these stays.

Have you ever booked a stay through the Homes & Villas platform?

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