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Last Call to purchase Marriott Bonvoy points with a 50% bonus on purchase of 2000 points or more. The promotion is valid on all points purchases through 11:59 p.m. ET October 22, 2020. The annual limit is 150,000 points, and includes points previously purchased in 2020, but does not include the 50% bonus points earned with this promotion. So, how good is this sale and should you purchase Marriott Bonvoy points?

Marriott Bonvoy Points Sale – 50% Bonus

Purchase Bonvoy points with 50% bonus

Marriott Bonvoy Points

The 50% bonus applies when purchasing 2000 points or more and translates to 0.833 cents per point – good, but not the lowest. We have seen Bonvoy points sold at 0.78 CPP in previous promotions from Marriott.  The purchase limit has been tripled from 50,000 to 150,000 for the duration of this promotion. Members can buy or gift up to 150,000 points at a time, with 50% bonus the 225,000 points which would cost $1875. Note that points purchased previously count towards the 150k yearly limit, as shown screen grab below;

Marriott Bonvoy Points Sale

Given that I redeem mostly at mid-tier Marriott properties, I value Marriott Bonvoy points at 0.7 cents a piece. So obviously I am not going out of my way to purchase points at 0.833 CPP. However, the price is decent if your account could use a quick top-up for an upcoming stay.  A quick reminder that Marriott Bonvoy allows points advance booking (up to 5) – earn or purchase the needed points at least 14 days prior to check-in. Bonvoy points also convert to several airline miles at 3:1 ratio, plus a 5k bonus on every 60,000 points converted, equaling 25K airline miles.

If you decide to purchase bonvoy points through this sale, note that the transaction is processed through points.com and will not count as a hotel/travel transaction. Best to use a credit card that gives you a good return on daily spends.

Terms & Conditions

Transactions must be completed between 9:00 a.m. ET September 14, 2020, and 11:59 p.m. ET October 22, 2020, to be eligible for the 50% bonus Points offer with a minimum purchase of 2,000 Points.

Purchased points do not count towards Marriott BonvoyTM Elite status.

A member may purchase or receive as a gift from another member a combined maximum of 150,000 Points during the promotional period only. Points that have been already purchased or received as a gift in 2020 are included in the 150,000 Points limit. The 50% bonus Points earned with this promotion are not included in the 150,000 Points limit.

Points may be purchased in increments of 1,000, up to 50,000 Points (with a minimum purchase of 2,000 Points required for promotion eligibility); in increments of 5,000, up to a maximum of 100,000 Points; or in increments of 10,000, up to 150,000 Points.

Points can be purchased at a rate of US$12.50 per 1,000 Points, US$62.50 per 5,000 Points or US$125 per 10,000 Points.

Points purchases will be processed up to seven (7) business days after purchase.

Base Points purchased will be deposited into members’ Accounts first. Bonus Points will be deposited up to 48 hours after that initial deposit.

You must be a member in good standing to both purchase and receive Points.

New members may purchase Points thirty (30) days after enrollment if their Marriott Bonvoy Account reflects qualifying activity as described in the Marriott Bonvoy Program Rules. After one (1) year from enrollment, new members are eligible to purchase Points regardless of their Account activity.

Once Points have been purchased or gifted, no refunds will be permitted.

Purchasing Points using a Marriott Bonvoy cobrand credit card will earn Points as an everyday purchase.

This offer is valid only for Points purchased through the promotion’s Buy Points or Gift Points pages.

All Marriott Bonvoy Program Rules apply and can be found at https://www.marriott.com/loyalty/terms/default.mi.

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