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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!
For roughly 5 seconds of work, you could earn yourself 1,000 Marriott Rewards points. Here’s how:
How many players are on an @NFL roster? Answer with #RewardsPoints before 8pm EDT on 10/8 and score 1,000 points if you get it right. pic.twitter.com/VqRSXBaf7e
— Marriott Rewards (@MarriottRewards) October 8, 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 ~5 hours, so act fast! Good luck!
P.S. For those who didn’t take the five seconds of work to look up the answer, it’s 53.
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Just a data point, all of my points earned from these tweets have magically disappeared without an explanation… :-/
Interesting. Mine are still there. Have you engaged in any “pushing the envelope” behavior? 🙂
This doesn’t help when I receive it a day late.
Juan, you can always check the site regularly instead of waiting for the emails the day after. If you have suggestions for how I should post deals that occur on Sundays and are good for the day only, I’m all ears. I can’t post them on Saturday (so email subscribers would get it on Sunday) because the deal doesn’t appear until Sunday at 1pm. If you’ve got suggestions, I’d love to hear them!