Oct292009

Marriott Residence Inn $50 Bonus Bucks for Friday or Saturday night stay

Holiday travel in November and December often means a one night hotel stay is unavoidable. A $50 Bonus Bucks promotion with Residence Inn can offer a high return on investment for a one night, Friday or Saturday hotel stay  by the end of 2009. The $50 Marriott Bonus Bucks certificate is valid for a future two-night weekend stay.

Stay as short as one night on a Friday or Saturday at a Residence Inn in the USA or Canada through December 31 and earn a $50 Bonus Bucks certificate per stay, per room valid for credit on a two-night weekend stay (valid Thursday-Sunday nights) at any participating Marriott brand hotel worldwide.

Bonus Bucks certificates are valid for eight months from date of issue.

Promotion Code = RPN

Promotion Link: http://www.marriott.com/marriott.mi?page=suiteweekend

 

Loyalty Traveler Analysis:

San Francisco Bay Area shows 11 Residence Inn properties within 25 miles of San Francisco ranging from $79 to $129 for Friday, October 30. Each of these hotels offers the $50 Bonus Bucks certificate.

Rate for one night at Residence Inn Fremont, CA or Pleasanton, CA = $79 + tax. Net cost is just $37 with the $50 Bonus Bucks discount on a future stay. This certificate has more flexible rules than the Marriott Fairfield Inn $50 Smart Bucks certificate only valid at for the Fairfield Inn brand.

San Francisco Airport/Oyster Point Residence Inn $129 ($143 after tax). Net cost is $93 with $50 Bonus Bucks certificate for future stay.

This offer is budget lodging that will help you sleep well over the holiday travel season. You might even want to splurge and put the kids in a two bedroom suite, although you might just get a better deal by booking two rooms and claiming two $50 bonus bucks certificates.

Pool at Residence Inn Oyster Point, north of San Francisco Airport

Pool at Residence Inn Oyster Point, north of San Francisco Airport

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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