Here at Points With a Crew — we love free. Free travel, free food, free points, we’ll take it all! So when companies give are giving away points, you better believe we show up — and pass on the information to you! Reminder, this only promotion is only live TODAY (12/10) from 1pm to 8pm EST.
For roughly 5 seconds of work, you could earn yourself 1,000 Marriott Rewards points. Here’s how:
— Marriott Rewards (@MarriottRewards) December 10, 2017
- Step One: Make sure your Twitter account is connected to your Marriott Rewards account
- Step Two: Reply to the above tweet with the correct answer, making sure to include @MarriottRewards and #RewardsPoints
- Step Three: Profit!
You should see the points show up in your Marriott account within a few minutes of answering.
NOTE: This promotion is good for the next ~8 hours, so act fast! Good luck! If you only get the updates in the daily e-mail, these promotions are a good reason to check out the blog directly on Sundays!
P.S. For those who didn’t take the five seconds of work to look up the answer, it’s 15 yard line!
Header Image: Marriott Residence Inn Wailea, courtesy of Marriott
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